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CODE OF LAWS 
OF 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

1942 

IN FIVE VOLUMES 



Prepared, edited, annotated, and printed nnder the supervision 
and direction of tlie Code Commissioner, with the assist- 
ance, in an advisory capacity, of tlie Committee on 
Statutory Laws of the General Assembly 
of South Carolina 



VOLUME 5 

GENERAL INDEX and TABLE 



Jacobs Press 

Clinton, S. C. 

1942 



Copyright 1942 

BY 

The State of South Carolina 



Explanation 



The index herein presented may be used in searching for any subject 
matter contained in the Code of Civil Procedure, Code of Criminal Proced- 
ure, Criminal Code, Civil Code, Constitution of the United States of 
America of 1787, Constitution of the State of South Carolina, 1895, Rules of 
Practice for the Courts of Probate of South Carolina, Rules of Practice 
for the Circuit Courts of South Carolina, and Rules of the Supreme Court 
of South Carolina. The constitutions and the several rules of the state 
courts are, each, indexed separately in volume 1. Certain rules and reg- 
ulations and certain provisions in volume 2 from act 754 of 1942 Acts and 
Joint Resolutions are generally indexed in this volume. 

Generally all subject matter is comprehensively treated under one main 
topic and is also treated less elaborately under one or more additional 
topics; however, whenever a provision is applicable specifically to a partic- 
ular city or county, the searcher should consult the general title involving 
the subject matter and also the title of the particular city or county. 

Const. U. S. refers to Constitution of the United States of America 1787 
and Amendments. 

Const. '95. refers to Constitution of the State of South Carolina 1895. 

The searcher for reference Const, should first check previous contents of 
title under which such reference is to find particular constitution; however 
if no particular constitution is therein designated; then consult article, 
section or whatever part referred to in Constitution in text of Constitution 
of the State of South Carolina 1895 and next consult likewise in text of 
Constitution of the United States of America 1787 and Ammendments. 

As a rule Arabic numbers used to refer to article numbers of the con- 
stitutions instead of Roman numbers; and § substituted for Section in Con- 
stitution of the State of South Carolina 1895. 

Supt. Ct. rule refers to Rules of the Supreme Court of South Carolina. 

Cir. Ct. rule refers to Rules of Practice for the Circuit Courts of South 
Carolina. 

Prob. Ct. rule refers to Rules of Practice for the Courts of Probate of 
South Carolina. 

Hyphen is used in certain instances as part of section number and cer- 
tain other instances designates a group of section numbers. 



GENERAL INDEX 

TO 

CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA 

1942 



ABANDONED PROPERTY 

Escheat. 

See Escheat. 
Personal property, §§ 8854-8857. 
Real estate, §§ 8840-8853. 
Shipwrecks, unclaimed stranded goods, 

§§ 6289-6293. 
Unclaimed funds in hands of clerk of 

court, Abbeville County, § 3616. 
Unclaimed funds in master's hands. 

Abbeville County, § 3700. 

Barnwell County, § 3700-5. 

Charleston County, § 3700-9 (2). 

Oconee County, § 3700-5. 

Richland County, § 3703-9. 
Unclaimed funds in probate judge's 
hands. 

Abbeville County, § 3670. 

Richland County, § 3703-9. 
Unclaimed personalty of deceased in- 
mates of Charleston home, § 8863-1. 

ABANDONMENT 

Animals, § 1595. 

Apprentices, § 1124. 

Children, § 1123. 

Dower barred by wife's desertion, §§ 

8583, 8584. 
Family, §§ 255(19), 1123. 
Wife, § 1123. 

Forfeiture of dower for desertion of 
husband, §§ 8584, 8585. 

ABATEMENT 

Nuisances. 

Boards of health to require, § 5025. 

Building used for immoral purposes, 
§§ 575-583. 
Offensive odors by state board of 

health, § 5002. 
Taxes illegally collected, § 2427. 

ABATEMENT, REVIVAL AND SUR- 
VIVAL 

Action- for injury or death of railroad 
employee, § 8371. 



ABATEMENT, REVIVAL AND SURVI- 
VAL (Cont'd) 
Action for trespasses and injuries, § 

419. 
Actions. 
Death, marriage or other disability, 

§ 408. 
Drainage districts, § 6189. 
Corporations, actions against on disso- 
lution, § 7715. 
Death by wrongful act, § 411. 
Death from defective highways, §§ 
5858, 5887. 
Action against county, § 5858. 
Action against state highway depart- 
ment, § 5887(4). 
Judgments and decrees, § 419. 

ABATTOIRS 

Rules and regulations. Rule under § 
5002, §§ 1-18, pp. 167, 168. 

ABBEVILLE, CITY OF 

Bonded debt, constitutional limitations, 
inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 

Commissioners of public works, abol- 
ished, § 7281. 

ABBEVILLE COUNTY 

Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Appropriations, apportionment, § 3900. 
Auctioneers. 

Employ for judicial sales, § 3902-3. 
Baihffs, number, § 3518. 
Bills payable, record of, § 3887. 
Board of assessors, composition, § 2737. 
Bonds. 

Borrowing in anticipation of taxes to 
retire, § 3902-2. 

Sheriff, § 3479. 
Boundaries, § 2976. 
Calhoun Falls school district No. 9, § 
5515-2. 

Levy and collection of tax, § 5515-2. 
Certificate of indebtedness to pay obli- 
gations. 



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ABBEVILLE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Certificate of indebtedness to pay obli- 
gations (Cont'd) 
Accept on county taxes, § 3902-1(5). 
Denominations, § 3902-1(2). 
Interest, § 3902-1(4). 
Negotiable, § 3902-1(3). 
Payment, § 3902-1(6). 
Record, § 3902-1(7). 
When, § 3902-1(1). 
Chattel mortgages on crops, recording, 

inapplicable, § 3639-1(1). 
Circuit court, terms, § 58. 
Claims. 
Classification of claims allowed, § 

3886. 
Entry and filing, § 3893. 
Forms, county coinmissioners to keep 
supply, § 3894. 
Claims in excess of appropriations, § 

3892. 
Clerk of court. 
Fees, § 4925-1. 
Payment of unclaimed funds to 

county treasurer, § 3616. 
Recording of copy of plats, § 4925. 
Salary in lieu of fees, § 3895. 
Commissioners of health and drainage, 
county board of commissioners to 
act as, § 6156. 
Common pleas, terms, § 58. 
Commutation tax. 
Amount, § 5863. 
Failure to pay, § 1725. 
Return, § 5864. 
Cotton weighers, certain provisions in- 
applicable, § 6405. 
County auditor. 
Receiving returns and assessing 

taxes, § 2702. 
Salary in lieu of fees, § 3895. 
Term, § 3891. 
County board of commissioners. 
Advertisements. 
Bids on construction, § 3897. 
Loans, § 3898. 
Supplies, § 3896. 
Apportionment of appropriations, § 

3900. 
Books kept by, S 3888. 
Claims, forms, § 3894. 
Claims classification book, entries, § 

3886. 
Claims in excess of appropriation, § 

3892. 
Exceeding appropriations unlawful, § 

3889. 
File book of claims, § 3885. 
Loans, § 3898. 

Publication of statement, § 3886. 
Purchases, emergency, § 3896. 
Warrants. 
Contents, § 3890. 
Drawing, § 3889. 



ABBEVILLE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
County courts, certain provisions as to 

inapplicable, § 101. 
County supervisor. 

Loans, §§ 3881-3883. 

Subsupervisors, election, duties, etc., 
§ 3818. 
County treasurer. 

Borrowing for school purposes, § 
5513. 

Deposit of county funds. 
Treasurer takes securities for de- 
posits, § 2839-1. 

Publication of statement of fines, §§ 
3727, 3728. 

Salary in lieu of fees, § 3895. 

Term, § 3891. 

Unclaimed funds paid to, §§ 3616, 
3670, 3700. 
Drainage. 

Districts and improvements, ir ippli- 
cable, § 6096. 

Powers and duties of county board of 
commissioners, § 6156. 
Elections, voting precincts, §§ 2296, 

2418-1. 
Fees, § 4925-1. 

Salary in lieu of fees, § 3895. 
File book of claims, entries, § 3885. 
Fish, oysters, etc., §§ 1790 to 1790-5. 
Game and game laws, §§ 1790 to 1790-5, 

1795. 
General sessions, terms, § 58. 
Grand juries, foreman, authorized to 

swear witnesses, inapplicable, § 977. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(2). 
Hawkers and peddlers. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-1. 
Highways. 

Road duty, §§ 5861, 5862. 

State highway system, §§ 5926(2), 
5934. 

Traction engines, §§ 3901, 3902. 
Holidays. 

Half holiday weekly for offices dur- 
ing June, July and August, § 3904-4. 
Indebtedness, § 3902-2. See within this 

title, "Certificate of Indebtedness to 

Pay Obligations." 
Inquests, jury, fees and mileage, inap- 
plicable, § 1070. 
Investment of sinking funds, inappli- 
cable, § 3884(6). 
Judicial sales. 

Employment of auctioneers, § 3902-3. 
Loans, advertising, § 3898. 
Magistrates and constables, § 3748. 
Marriage license, fee of probate judge, 

§ 8558. 
Master. 

Appointment, etc., § 3678. 



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ABBEVILLE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Master (Cont'd) 

Payment of unclaimed funds to coun- 
ty treasurer, § 3700. 

Practice of law permitted, § 3683. 
Mill dams, removal by commissioner of 

health and drainage, § 6156. 
Obligations, § 3902-2. See within this 

title, "Certificate of Indebtedness to 

Pay Obligations." 
Postage to county officers, § 3877. 
Probate judge. 

Marriage license fee, § 8558. 

Payment of unclaimed funds to coun- 
ty treasurer, § 3670. 

Salary in lieu of fees, § 3895. 
Referee, office abolished, § 3678. 
Register of mesne conveyances, § 

4925-1. 

Salary in heu of fees, § 3895. 
Road duty, §§ 5861, 5862. 
Road engineer, duties, § 3899. 
Salaries. 

In lieu of fees, § 3895. 
School districts. 

Donalds school district No. 39, § 
5515-6. 

Number 9. § 5512-2. 

Number 20, § 5515-3. 

Number 38. 
Amendment to constitution as to 
bonded debt. Const. '95, art. 10, 
sec. 5. 

Treasurer may borrow money, § 
5513. 
Schools. 

Contracts for transportation of chil- 
dren, § 5514. 

Kindergarten schools, inapplicable, § 
5403. 
School trustees. 

Appointment, § 5515. 

Calhoun Falls consolidated school 
district No. 9, S 5515-2. 

District No. 20, § 5515-3. 

Election, district No. 22, § 5513-4. 

Nomination, § 5515. 

Number in district No. 3, § 5515-1. 

Number in district No. 26, § 5515-5. 

Petition for election, § 5515. 
Sheriff. 

Bond, § 3479. 

Salary in lieu of fees, § 3895. 
Sinking funds, investment, inapplica- 
ble, § 3884(6). 
State highway system, §§ 5926(2), 5934. 
Streams. 

Obstruction, inapplicable, § 1217. 

Running streams, obstructing, § 1214. 
Subsupervisors, § 3818. 

Superintendent of education, salary, § 
5313. 



ABBEVILLE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Taxes. 
Borrowing in anticipation of collec- 
tion, § 3902-2. 
Collection by county treasurer, inap- 
plicable, § 2773. 
Exemption of certain manufactories, 

§ 2839(1); Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
School districts to constitute tax dis- 
tricts, § 2736. 
Treasurer takes securities for depos- 
its, § 2839-1. 
Towns over 200, statement of receipts 
and disbursements, inapplicable, § 
7243. 
Traction engines, use on highways, §§ 

3901, 3902. 
Voting precincts, §§ 2296, 2418-1. 
Warrants, drawing, § 3889. 
"Water courses, drainage, § 6156. 

ABDUCTION 

Female under 16, punishment, §§ 1432, 

1433. 
Holding for ransom or renewal, § 1122. 
Punishment, § 255(19). 
ABORTION 
Advising or procuring. 

Death resulting, § 1112. 

Punishment, § 1113. 
Limitations on prosecutions, § 1114-1. 
Use by woman of means to commit, § 

1114. 
Witnesses, immunity, § 1013. 

ABSCOND 

Absconding debtors. 
Arrest in civil actions, § 500. 
Attachment of property of, § 527. 

ABSENT VOTERS 

See Elections. 

ABSTRACT OF JUDGMENT 

See Judgments and Decrees. 

ABUTTING PROPERTY 

Assessment for roads and highways. 
Beaufort county. Const. '95, art. 10, § 

13a. 
Florence county. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 20. 
Assessment for street and sidewalk im- 
provements, § 7374; Const. '95, art. 

10, § 17. 
Adoption by election necessary, § 

7381. 
All cities and towns, Const. '95, art. 

10, § 17. 
Allendale, town of, exempt, § 7381. 
Anderson, city of. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 16. 



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ABUTTING PROPERTY (Cont'd) 
Assessment for street and sidewalk 
improvements (Cont'd) 
Beaufort, city of, Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 14a. 
Beaufort, county of, Const. '95, art. 

10, § 13a. 
Belton, town of. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 16. 
Benncttsville, town of. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 16. 
Bonds, § 7378. 
Certificates of indebtedness, § 7378. 

Payment of assessments before ma- 
turity, § 7378. 

Sinking funds, § 7378. 

Tax exemption, § 2578(36). 
Charleston, city of. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 14a. 
Clinton, town of, Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 19. 
Columbia, city of. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 14. 
Darlington, city of. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 16. 
Dillon, town of. Const. '95, art. 10, § 

15a. 
Easley, city of, Const. '95, art. 10, § 

19. 
Enforcement and collection, § 7376. 
Entry of satisfaction on payment, § 

7377. 
Florence, city of, Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 16. 
Florence, county of. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 20. 
Fort Mill, town of. Const. '95, art. 10. 

§ 18. 
Funds, use of, § 7375. 
Greenville, city of. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 14. 
Greenwood, city of. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 16. 
Greer, town of. Const. '95, art. 10, § 

21. 
Honea Path, town of, Const. '95, art. 

10, § 16. 
Inapplicable to certain cities and 

towns, § 7382. 
Kingstree, election unnecessary, § 

7381. 
Landrum, town of. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 16. 
Latta, town of. Const. '95, art. 10, § 

15a. 
Lien, § 7376. 

Not affected by section relating to 
taxation in cities over 5,000, § 
7470. 
Notice of transfer of property under 

assessment lien, § 7379. 
Orangeburg, city of, Const. '95, art. 

10, § 16. 



ABUTTING PROPERTY (Cont'd) 
Assessment for street and sidewalk 

improvements (Cont'd) 
Pendleton, town of. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 16. 
Saluda, town of, § 7381. 
Satisfaction on payment, § 7377. 
Spartanburg, city of. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 14. 
Sumter, city of. Const. '95, art. 10, § 

16. 
Timmonsville, town of, Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 16. 
Use of funds, § 7375. 
Walhalla, town of. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 16. 
Woodruff, town of, election unneces- 
sary, § 7381. 
Highways, assessments for, Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 13a. 

ACCEPTANCE 

See Negotiable Instruments. 

ACCESSORIES 

After the fact, venue, § 1022. 
Aiding escapes from an officer, § 1410. 
Aiding escapes from prison, § 1409. 
Before the fact. 

Punished as principal, § 1936. 

Venue, § 1021. 

Who are, § 1937. 
Counseling or procuring felony to be 

committed, § 1937. 

ACCIDENT 

Loss of hand defined, § 7882. 

ACCOUNTANTS 

See Public Accountants. 

ACCOUNTS 

Interest. 

Accounts stated, § 6736. 
Interest on judgment and decrees, § 

6736. 
Limitation of actions, § 392. 
Pleadings, how to state an account, § 

476. 
Public accounts expressed in dollars, 

dimes, cents, and mills, § 6735. 
Reference, § 653. 

ACCUSED 

Affidavits in mitigation, Cir. Ct. rule 
61. 

Arraignment on new indictment, § 998. 

Bail, §§ 1031, 1032; Const. '95, art. 1 § 
20. 
Clerks of court may grant, § 915. 

Compulsory process for obtaining wit- 
nesses, § 983; Const. U. S. Amend. 
6; Const. '95, art. 1, § 18. 

Conviction of, § 997. 



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ACCUSED (Cont'd) 
Counsel. 
Assignment of for accused, § 980. 
Right to have, § 979. 
Crimination, § 1012; Const. '95, art. 1, 
§ 17. 
Compelling prohibited, Const. U. S. 
Amend. 5. 
Custody of sheriff after arraignment, 

Cir. Ct. rule 35. 
Forfeiture of recognizance, §§ 1041- 

1044. 
Habeas corpus, §§ 1047-1066. 
Placing in dock, Cir. Ct. rule 35. 
Plea to indictment in felony cases, Cir. 

Ct. rule 35. 
Presence at trial, Cir. Ct. rule 35. 
Punishment, legal conviction pre-re- 

quisite, § 999. 
Rights of. 
Bail, Const. '95, art. 1, § 20. 
Counsel, §§ 979, 980, 996; Const. U. 

S. Amend. 6. 
Crimination, Const. '95, art. 1, § 17. 
Informed of true ground of arrest, § 

993. 
Preliminary examination by magis- 
trate, § 935. 
Presentment or indictment, § 978; 
Const. U. S. Amend. 5; Const. '95, 
art. 1, § 17. 
Speedy and public trial, Const. U. S. 

Amend. 6. 
Trial by jury. Const. U. S. Amend. 6; 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 22. 
"Witnesses, § 996; Const. U. S. Amend. 
6. 
Sale of estate on forfeiture of recogni- 
zance, § 1042. 
Sealed sentence, opened in presence of, 

§ 984. 
Solicitor, right to defend, § 3126. 
Testimony by, § 1011. 
Trial by jury. Const. '95, art. 5, § 22. 
Twice in jeopardy for same offense 

prohibited, Const. U. S. Amend. 5. 
Witnesses for. 
Pay, § 983. 

Perjury by, punishment, § 1010. 
Right to proof by, § 979. 
Swearing of, § 1010. 

ACETIC ACID 

Sale of misbranded packages, regula- 
tions, § 5128-26. 

ACIDS 

Pollution of stream or air in county 
with city over 65,000, § 1504. 

Sale of dangerous caustic, § 5128-26. 

Sale of misbranded packages, regula- 
tions, § 5128-26. 



ACTION IN PLACE OF SCIRE FA- 
CIAS, QUO WARRANTO, AND 
INFORMATION IN NATURE 
OF QUO WARRANTO 

See Attorney General. 

ACTIONS 

See Appeal; Judgments and Decrees; 

Trial. 
See, also, the particular Counties. 
Abatement, death, marriage or other 

disability, § 408. 
Adverse claims, action to determine, § 

878. 
Affidavits, entitling of, § 825. 
Arrest in civil actions. 

See Arrest in Civil Actions. 
Causes of action. 

Joining, when, § 487. 

Separately stated and numbered, Cir. 

Ct. rule 18. 
Validity, Const. '95, art. 17, § 11. 
Civil action, defined, § 6. 
Civil and criminal remedies not merg- 
ed, § 7. 
Claim and delivery of personal prop- 
erty, §§ 551-1, 552-556, 558-564. 
Commencement. 
Defendant out of State, § 358. 
Limitation. 

See Limitation of Actions. 
Service of summons, § 427. 
Time for, § 356. 

When deemed commenced, § 357. 
Compromise, §§ 665-667. 
Confession of judgment, §§ 670-672. 
Costs. 

See Costs. 
Criminal action, civil and criminal 

remedies not merged, § 7. 
Cross-actions between codefendants, § 

489. 
Death by wrongful act, §§ 411-414. 

Illegitimate children, § 8913. 
Definition, § 2. 
Distinction between law and equity 

abloished. Const. '95, art. 6. § 3. 
Distinct offenses, separately stated and 

numbered, Cir. Ct. rule 18. 
Divisions, civil and criminal, § 4. 
Enlarging time for proceedings, § 820. 
Existing right of action prosecuted un- 
der Code of Civil Procedure, § 903. 
Feigned issues prohibited, § 355. 
Form, one form established, § 352. 
Gaming losses, recovery, §§ 6308-6310. 
Issues. 

See Pleadings. 
Joinder of causes, § 487. 
Against telegraph or telephone com- 
panies, § 8547. 



Joint debtors, proceedings against, §§ 
810-814. 



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ACTIONS (Cont'd) 
Joint stock companies, actions by or 

against, § 7792. 
Judgments, actions on, § 354. 
Judicial power of United States. 

Extent of, Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2. 

Limitations, Const. U. S. Amend. 11. 
Limitation of actions. 

See Limitation of Actions. 
Losers at gaming, recovery of loss, § 

6308. 
Magistrates, Const. '95, art. 5. § 23. 
Married women, actions by and against, 

§ 400. 
Merger, civil and criminal remedies, 

§ 7. 
Merger of prosecution for malicious 

injury with civil actions, § 1185. 
Name, fictitious name, defendant des- 
ignated by, § 496. 
Notices, service, §§ 443-453. 
Official bonds, § 3054. 
Papers to be filed, Cir. Ct. rules 67, 68. 
Parties. 

See Parties. 
Pleadings. 

See Pleadings. 
Railroads. 

See Railroads. 
Recovery of personal property, judg- 
ment, § 661. 
Removal of causes. Const. '95, art. 17, 

§6. 
Representations as to character, etc., 

writing necessary, § 7049. 
Submitting controversy without action, 

§§ 668, 669. 
Survival, actions for trespass or inju- 
ries, § 419. 
Telegraph companies, joinder of causes, 

§ 8547. 
Time, computation, § 821. 
Unincorporated associations, §§ 7796- 

7798. 
United States, actions in name of, § 

336. 
Validity, Const. '95, art. 17, § 11. 
Venue, §§ 420-426. 

ACTS 

See Congress; Statutes. 

ADJOURNMENT 

Circuit Courts, § 71. 

Habeas corpus, granting of, § 1058. 
Common pleas, § 67. 
Congress, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5. 
General Assembly, Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 21. 
Probate court, § 226. 
Supreme Court, § 32. 



ADJUTANT AND INSPECTOR GEN- 
ERAL 

See Militia. 

ADJUTANT GENERAL 

See Militia. 

ADMEASUREMENT OF DOWER 
See Dower. 

ADMINISTRATION 

See Descent and Distribution; Exec- 
utors and Administrators; Wills. 

ADMINISTRATORS 

See Executors and Administrators. 
ADMIRALTY 

See Aeronautics; Boats; Harbors; 
Pilots; Ports; Quarantine; Sailors; 
Seamen; Shipwrecks. 
Judicial power of United States ex- 
tended to. Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2(1). 

ADMISSION TAX 

Bond required of delinquent taxpayers, 

§ 2531(12). 
Errors corrected by tax commission, § 

2531(11). 
Execution issued for unpaid taxes and 

penalties, § 2531(10). 
Exemptions, § 2531(1). 
Half of ticket to be given patron, § 

2531(6). 
License required, § 2531(2). 
May use other tickets provided same 

are stamped with docuinentary re- 
venue stamps, § 2531(4). 
Method of appeal from tax commission 

order, § 2531(8). 
Method of stamping and collecting 

tickets, § 2531(6). 
Penalties. 

Failure to use tickets furnished by 
the tax commission or to stamp 
tickets as required, § 2531(7). 

Non-payment of tax, § 2531(7). 

Operating without license, § 2531(3). 

Re-use of tickets, § 2531(9). 
Price of admission must be printed on 

ticket, § 2531(5). 
Rate, § 2531(1). 
Tax commission. 

Revocation of license, § 2531(8). 

To issue tickets, § 2531(4). 
Taxes levied § 2531(1). 
Tax payable monthly, § 2531(10). 

ADMISSION TO BAR 

See Attorneys. 

ADOPTION 

Change of name of child, procedure, § 
8679. 



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ADOPTION (Cont'd) 

Illegitimate children, restrictions, § 

8679. 
Procedure before children's court, § 

255(19). 
Special laws authorizing adoption of 

children prohibited, Const. '95, art. 

3, § 34, 

ADULTERATION 

See Misbranding. 
Board of health, duties, §§ 5024, 5124. 
Butter, §§ 1455-1462. 
Candy, § 1452. 
Cheese, §§ 5129-2—5129-9. 
Concentrated commercial feeding 

stuff, § 6597-1. 
Drugs, § 5128-27. 

Inspection, regulations, etc., §§ 5124- 
5127. 

When deemed adulterated, § 5128. 
Food, § 5128-27. 

Inspection, regulations, etc., §§ 5124- 
5127. 

When deemed adulterated, § 5128. 
Intoxicating liquors. 

Inspection, regulations, etc., § 5124. 

When deemed adulterated, § 5128. 
Milk, § 5129-2. 

Nonalcoholic drinks, § 5128-27. 
Rice, §§ 6563, 6564. 
Seeds. 

See Seeds. 

ADULTERY 

Definition, § 1436. 
Dower barred by, § 8583. 
Punishment, § 1435. 

ADVANCEMENTS 

Deduction in distribution of intestate's 

property, § 8909. 
Mortgages and deeds of trust. 

Taxes, public assessinents, insurance 
premiums and repairs, § 8712-1. 

ADVANCES 

See Agricultural Liens; Landlord and 
Tenant. 

ADVERSE POSSESSION 

See Limitation of Actions. 

Action by grantee of land held ad- 
versely, § 397. 

Actual occupation, § 380. 

Claim of title not written, § 381. 

Landlord and tenant, presumption, § 
382. 

Persons under disability, § 384. 

Written instruinents, etc., adverse pos- 
session under, § 379. 



ADVERTISING 

See Notice. 
Blue sky law, §§ 8114 to 8136. 

See Securities Act. 
Charges for legal, § 8894. 
Charleston County, § 8895. 
Commercial schools, § 5397. 
Drifted boats, etc., sale without adver- 
tisement, punishment, § 1206. 
Estrays, §§ 6270-6274. 
Intoxicating liquors. 

On billboards on public highways, § 
1855. 
Legal notices. 

Calculation of time, § 8904. 

Charleston County, § 8895. 

Judicial sales, § 8899. 

Lancaster County, §§ 8896-8898. 

One month, § 8903. 

One week, § 8902. 

Rates for publication, § 8894. 
Three weeks, § 8900. 

Two weeks, § 8901. 
Penalties, untrue statements, § 1379. 
Railroad crossing signs, § 1310. 
Securities law, §§ 8114 to 8136. 

See Securities Act. 

AERONAUTICS, §§ 7100-7112-42. 

Acrobatic flying as misdemeanor, § 

7108. 
Actions, joint or several actions 

against owner or lessee of aircraft, § 

7104. 
Aeronaut, defined, § 7100. 
Aircraft. 

Defined, § 7100. 

License, § 7112-3. 

Misuse of, § 1130. 
Airports §§ 7112-31 to 7112-42. 

Acquiring air rights over private 
property, § 7112-37. 

Acquisition, § 7112-31. 
Of private property, § 7112-33. 
Of public property, § 7112-32. 

Commission, § 7112-31. 

Construction, §§ 7112-31, 7112-40. 

Control, § 7112-31. 

Duties of commission, § 7112-35. 

Easements, § 7112-38. 

Equipment, § 7112-31. 

Establishment, § 7112-31. 

Expansion, § 7112-31. 

Finances, § 7112-36. 

Improvement, § 7112-31. 

Intent, § 7112-40. 

Invalidity, § 7112-41. 

Lights, § 7112-38. 

Maintenance, § 7112-31. 

Markers, § 7112-38. 

Operation, § 7112-31. 

Payment of lands, § 7112-34. 

Police regulations, § 7112-39. 



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AERONAUTICS (Cont'd) 
Airports (Cont'd) 
Policing, § 7112-31. 
Powers of commission, § 7112-35. 
Short title, § 7112-42. 
Altitude of flight as affecting lawful- 
ness, § 7103. 
Appeal. 

Commission. See within this title, 
"Commission." 
Aviator as "aeronaut," § 7100. 
Balloon as "aircraft," § 7100. 
Balloonist as "aeronaut," § 7100. 
Beaches. 
Operation on front beach of Isle of 
Palms, § 1690. 
Citation of article, § 7111. 
Collisions, § 7105. 
Commission. 
Additional employees, § 7112-6. 
Airports. See within this title, "Air- 
ports." 
Appointment, 7112-4. 
Approval of airports, landing fields, 

schools, etc., § 7112-10. 
Assistance in development of avia- 
tion, § 7112-9. 
Compensation, § 7112-4. 
Cooperation in establishment and 

operation of airports, § 7112-9. 
Cooperation of public departments, 

§ 7112-14. 
Director, § 7112-6. 
Duties, § 7112-8. 
Enforcement, § 7112-14. 
Expenses, § 7112-7. 
Hearings, § 7112-11. 
Use of reports or testimony ob- 
tained, § 7112-12. 
Inspection of premises, buildings, 

etc., § 7112-15. 
Investigation, § 7112-11. 
Use of reports or testimony ob- 
tained, § 7112-12. 
Issuance of rules and regulations, § 

7112-5. 
Offices, § 7112-7. 
Orders, § 7112-15. 
Appeal from, § 7112-16. 
Procedure in appealing, § 7112-17. 
Rights waived if no appeal made, § 
7112-18. 
Organization, S 7112-5. 
Penalty, § 7112-19. 
Powers, § 7112-8. 
Regulations, § 7112-13. 
Rules, § 7112-13. 
Terms, § 7112-4. 

Use of tax accruing to, § 7112-22. 
Vacancy, § 7112-4. 
Conflict of laws. 



AERONAUTICS (Cont'd) 
Conflict of laws (Cont'd) 
Jurisdiction. 
Contracts, § 7107. 
Crimes, § 7106. 
Torts, § 7106. 
Construction of article, § 7110. 
Contracts, § 7107. 
Crimes, § 7106. 

Damages, forced landings, § 7104. 
Dangerous flying a misdemeanor, § 

7108. 
Definitions, §§ 7100, 7112. 
Display of license, § 7112-3, 
Exemptions, § 7112-24. 
Expenses. 
Use of receipts to defray expenses, 
§ 7112-21. 
Federal laws, construction of act to 

harmonize with, § 7110. 
Flights, lawful except under stated 

conditions, § 7103. 
Forced landings, damages, §§ 7103, 

7104. 
Fund. 

State aviation fund, § 7112-20. 
Gasoline and gasoline tax. 
Refund on gasoline sold to army 
training schools, § 2520-2. 
Guests. 
Liability of owners and operators, § 
5908. 
Hunting from aircraft, §§ 1787, 7109. 
Hydroplane. 
As "aircraft," § 7100. 
Rules governing operation of, § 7100. 
Interpretation of article, § 7110. 
Jurisdiction. 

Contracts by aeronauts or passen- 
gers, § 7107. 
Crimes and torts, § 7106. 
Landing fields, §§ 7112-31 to 7112-42. 

See within this title, "Airports." 
Landings. 
Damages, §§ 7103, 7104. 
Lands of another, § 7103. 
Lawfulness of flight above land and 

water, § 7103. 
Lessee, liability for damages, § 7104. 
Liability of owner of aircraft. 
Collision of aircraft, § 7105. 
Contributory negligence of person 

injured, § 7104. 
Injury by dropping or falling of ob- 
ject, § 7104. 
Injury caused by ascent, descent or 

flight, § 7104. 
Joint liability of owner and lessee, § 

7104. 
Negligence of owner as affecting, § 
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AERONAUTICS (Cont'd) 

License and registration. 
Aircrafts must be licensed by United 

States, § 7112-1. 
Pilots must be licensed by United 
States, § 7112-2. 

Lien on aircraft for damage caused by, 
§ 7104. 

Misdemeanor. 
Dangerous flying, § 7108. 
Hunting from aircraft as, § 7109. 

Name of article, § 7111. 

Ownersliip of space above land and 
water, § 7102. 

Passenger, defined, § 7100. 

Penalties, § 7108. 

Pilot's license, § 7112-3. 

Rules and regulations, Rule under § 
7112-5. 

Saving clause, § 7112-23. 

Seashore. 
Operation on front beach of Isle of 
Palms, § 1690. 

Short title, § 7112-25. 

South Carolina Aeronautics Commis- 
sion. See within this title, "Commis- 
sion." 

Sovereignty, defined, § 7101. 

Space above lands and waters, owner- 
ship, § 7102. 

Torts, § 7106. 
What law governs, § 7106. 

Uniform Airports Act, §§ 7112-31 to 
7112-42. See within this title, "Air- 
ports." 

Uniformity, construction of article to 
effectuate, § 7110. 

United States, sovereignty in space 
above land and water, § 7101. 

What law governs, §§ 7106, 7107. 

AFFIDAVITS 

Arrest in civil actions, §§ 502, 505. 

Attachment, § 529. 

Before whom taken, Sup. Ct. rule 14. 

Claim and delivery of personal prop- 
erty, §§ 553, 563, 564. 

Clerlvs of courts, power to take, § 3590. 

Entitling of unnecessary, § 825. 

Evidence. 

Ownership of motor vehicles, § 714. 

Filing of by plaintiff's attorney, Cir. 
Ct. rule 68. 

Injunction, §§ 567, 574. 

Recording deeds, etc., § 3632. 

Search warrant, § 1889. 

Sheriff to file affidavits on arrest, Cir. 
Ct. rule 4. 

Title, § 825. 



AFFINITY 

Incest, § 1440. 



AFFINITY (Cont'd) 
Judge disqualification, Const. '95, art. 

5, §§ 6, 334. 
Marriage, § 8556. 

AFFIRMATION 

See Oaths. 
In place of required oath, validity, § 
341. 

AFFRAYS 

See Riots. 
Penalty, no weapons used or wounds 
inflicted, § 1737. 

AGE 

Abduction, age of female as element, 

§§ 1432, 1433. 
Governor, Const. '95, art. 4, § 3. 
Marriage, § 8558. 
President of United States, Const. U. 

S. art. 2, § 1(4). 
Rape, age of female as element. Const. 

'95, art. 3, § 33; § 1111. 
Reformatories, minimum age for con- 
finement, § 247. 
Seduction, age of male as element, § 

1441. 
United States representatives. Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 2(2). 
United States senators. Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 3(3). 

AGENTS 

See Principal and Agent. 
Factors and commission merchants, § 
6619-1. 

See Factors and Commission Mer- 
chants. 

AGE OF CONSENT 

Consent to sexual intercourse by un- 
married woman, § 1111; Const. '95, 
art. 3, § 33. 

AGREEMENTS 

See Contracts. 

AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL 
COLLEGE 

See Clemson Agricultural College. 

AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL 
SOCIETIES 

Fair grounds, tax exemption, § 
2578(23). 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 

See Clemson Agricultural College; 
Colored Normal, Industrial, Agri- 
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AGRICULTURAL CORPORATIONS 

See Co-operative Marketing Associa- 
tions. 

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT 

Sec Department of Agriculture, Com- 
merce and Industries. 

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT 
STATIONS 

Assent to act of Congress, § 5806. 
Establisliment and location, § 5740. 
Establishment by Clemson Agricultural 
College, § 5739. 

AGRICULTURAL FAIRS 

See Fairs. 

AGRICULTURAL LEASES 

See Landlord and Tenant. 

AGRICULTURAL LIENS 

Advances in provisions, supplies, etc., 

§ 8779. 
Factors and commission merchants. 

Liens on merchandise to secure loans 
in advance, § 6619-1. 
Laborers. 

Lien on crops, § 8772. 

Lien on crops, priority, §§ 8771, 8773. 
Landlord. 

Lien for rent and advances, § 877L 

Priority of lien, §§ 8771, 8773. 
Liens on crops for advances. 

Affidavit and statement, requisites, § 
8777. 

Bond for recovery of crops seized, § 
8780. 

Enforcement, § 8776. 

Indexing, § 8774. 

Proceedings before date due, § 8778. 

Replevy of crops seized, § 8780. 

Seizure and sale, §§ 8775, 8776. 

Undertaking by claimant, § 8777. 

Warrant of seizure, vacation, § 8777. 
Priorities, §§ 8771-8773, 8779. 
Supplies advanced, lion on, § 8779. 

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCERS 

Marketing contracts, § 8890. 

AGRICULTURAL SEEDS, §§ 5806-71 
TO 5806-89. 

Sec Seeds. 
Standard weights and measures, § 6645. 

AGRICULTURE 

See Clemson Agricultural College; 
Commissioner of Agriculture; Co- 
operative Marketing Associations; 
Cotton; Department of Agriculture. 
Assent to act of Congress providing for 

agricultural research, § 5806-2. 



AGRICULTURE (Cont'd) 

Commissioner, powers and duties de- 
volved on board of trustees of Clem- 
son Agricultural College, exceptions, 
§ 5741. 

County agricultural societies, regula- 
tion of rates, § 5743. 

Department of agriculture. 
Powers and duties devolved on board 
of trustees of Clemson Agricultural 
College, exceptions, § 5741. 

Development of cooperative agricul- 
tural extension work, § 5806-2. 

Farm marketing centers, § 5806-12. 

Farm products. 
State rural electrification authority 
to furnish services to preserve, §§ 
8555-83 to 8555-88. 
See Rural Electrification. 

Insecticide or fungicide, S 5128-28. 

Land-grant colleges, § 5806-2. 

Poultry. 

Sale of eggs and baby chicks, § 
5806-61. 

Powers and duties of board of trustees 
of Clemson Agricultural College, § 
5743. 

Soil conservation, §§ 5806-101 to 5806- 
116. 
See Soil Conservation. 

Statistics and information, blanks for 
collection, § 5743. 

AGRICULTURE, COMMERCE, AND 
INDUSTRIES 

See Commissioner of Agriculture; 
Department of Agriculture. 

AID TO DEPENDENT CHILDREN 

§§ 4996-34 to 4996-39. 

Amount of aid granted, § 4996-38. 

Appeal, § 4996-36. 

Application, § 4996-35. 

Appropriations, § 4996-39. 

Definitions, § 4996-34. 

Deposit, § 4996-39. 

Estimate by county department, § 
4996-37. 

Federal government. 
Cooperation of state department, § 
4996-34. 

Investigation by county department, § 
4996-36. 

Report of investigation, § 4996-36. 

Rules and regulations, Rule under § 
4996-2, Arts. I-XVI, pp. 50-71. 
See Public Welfare. 

State department cooperates with fed- 
eral government, § 4996-34. 

Use, § 4996-39. 

AID TO NEEDY BLIND 

§§ 4996-40 to 4996-49. 



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AID TO NEEDY BLIND (Cont'd) 
Advisory council, § 4996-47. 

Duties and powers, § 4996-48. 
Amount determined by county depart- 
ment, § 4996-41. 
Appropriations, § 4996-46. 
Deposit, § 4996-46. 
Examination, § 4996-42. 
Medical treatment provided, § 4996-43. 
Paupers. 

Recipients not publicly to solicit 
alms, § 4996-44. 
Persons who may receive, § 4996-40. 
Preventing blindness, § 4996-45. 
Register of blind, § 4996-45. 
Rules and regulations. Rule under § 

4996-2, Arts. I-XVI, pp. 50-71. 

See Public Welfare. 
Surgical operation provided, § 4996-43. 
Training. 

Appropriation, § 4996-49. 
Treatment. 

Appropriation, § 4996-49. 
Use, § 4996-46. 

AIKEN, CITY OF 

Bond commission, § 7675-1. 

Bonded debt, excepted from constitu- 
tional limitations, Const. '95, art. 8, 
§ 7. 

AIKEN COUNTY 

Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Attorney, § 3919. 
Bath Lake. 

Operation of motor boats, § 3937. 
Bills, approval, § 3915. 
Board of education. 

Appointment, § 5516. 

Terms, § 5516. 

Vacancy, § 5516. 
Bond commission, § 5517-4. 
Bonds. 

Master, § 3679. 

School bonds, § 5517-4. 
Boundaries, § 2977. 
Bridges. 

Fund, § 3903-8. 
Budgets. 

School districts, § 5517-3. 
Circuit court, terms, § 52. 
Clerk of court, recording of copy of 

plats, § 4925. 
Common pleas, terms, § 52. 
Constables, compensation, § 3749(2). 
Contracts. 

Certain contracts and obligations for 
payment of money legal, § 3925. 
Convicts, § 3903-7. 
Cotton weigher at Wagener. 

Election, etc., § 6408. 

Fees. § 6408. 



AIKEN COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Cotton weighers, certain provisions in- 
applicable, § 6405. 
County auditor. 
Information to be furnished to coun- 
ty board of education, § 5517-3. 
County board, § 3903. 
County property, § 3903-6. 
Publishing statements, § 3914. 
County board of education. 
Budget, assistance for formulating 

for school districts, § 5306. 
Expenses in formulating budget for 

school districts, § 5517-3. 
Information to be furnished to, by 
auditor, § 5517-3. 
County commissioners. 
Books of account, § 3913. 
Claims, passing on, § 3913. 
Clerk, § 3918. 
Election, § 3904. 
Monthly statement of expenditures, 

§§ 3913, 3914. 
Number, etc., § 3903. 
Publication of statements, appropria- 
tion, § 3917. 
Receipt for road fund, § 3921. 
Salaries, § 3905. 
Restrictions on payment, § 3916. 
County property. 

Custodian, § 3903-6. 
County supervisor, § 3903-1. 
Duties, § 3903-5. 
Election, § 3903-1. 
Powers, § 3903-5. 
Term, § 3903-1. 
County treasurer. 

Publication of annual report, § 2781. 
Custodian of county property, § 3903-6. 
District commissioners, 3903-2. 
Certification of bills, § 3915. 
Duties, § 3903-4. 
Powers, § 3903-4. 
Dog tax, § 2616. 
Drainage districts and improvements, 

inapplicable, § 6096. 
Elections. 

Voting precincts, § 2296. 
Fires. 
Permit to start fire in woodlands be- 
tween October 15 and May 15, § 
3932. 
Forestry, § 3931. 
County forest fire control organiza- 
tion act, § 3930. 
Game and game laws, § 1796. 
General sessions, terms, § 52. 
Grand juries, foreman, authorized to 
swear witnesses, inapplicable, § 977. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(3). 
Hawkers and peddlers. 
Mules and horses, § 7128-1. 



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AIKEN COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Highways. 

Hauling timber, etc., regulated, § 
1666. 

Road fund, §§ 3920, 3921. 

State highway system, §§ 5926(3), 
5934, 5936(2). 
Hotel property, certain tax exemption, 

§ 2840(3). 
Housing, §§ 5271-101 to 5271-103. 

Authorized, § 5271-101. 

Duties and powers, § 5271-102. 

Legislative delegation governing 
board, § 5271-102. 

Territorial jurisdiction, § 5271-102. 
Ice plants, operation of authorized, in- 
applicable. Const. '95, art. 8, § 13. 
Jurors, term of, § 625. 
Libraries. 

Library commission, § 5520. 
Licenses, nonresidents, selling goods 

from trucks, § 3936. 
License taxes, dogs, § 2616. 
Magistrates. 

Compensation, § 3749(2). 

Jurisdiction, § 3749. 
Manufactories, tax exemption, §§ 

2840(1), 2840(2); Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Marriage license, fee of probate judge, 

§ 8558. 
Master. 

Appointment, § 3678. 

Bond, § 3679. 

Fees, § 4941. 

Salary, § 3700-1. 
Motor vehicles, trucks, licenses of non- 
residents selling goods from, § 3936. 
Obligations. 

Certain contracts and obligations for 
payment of money legal, § 3925. 
Office hours. 

Close at one o'clock p. m. on Satur- 
days, g 3926. 
Orangeburg-Aiken hydro-electric com- 
mission, §§ 8555-151 to 8555-164. 

See Orangeburg-Aiken Hydro-Elec- 
tric Commission. 
Prison camp, § 3903-7. 
Prisoners, sheriff's fees, dieting, § 4950. 
Probate judge, marriage license, fee, § 

8558. 
Publication of statement of receipts 

and disbursements, inapplicable, § 

7243. 
Public libraries. 

Library commission, § 5520. 
Referee, office abolished, § 3678. 
Road fund, § 3903-8. 

Composition, § 3920. 

Receipt for, § 3921. 
School bonds, issuance and sale, regu- 
lated, § 5517-4. 



AIKEN COUNTY (Cont'd) 
School districts. 

Area, § 5517-1. 

Budgets for, § 5517-3. 

District No. 1, § 5518-1. 

Maximum area, § 5517-2. 

Progressive school district No. 10, § 
5518-5. 

Special tax, reduction or discontinu- 
ance, inapplicable, § 5332. 

Transfer of pupils, § 5517-2. 

Wagener centralized high school dis- 
trict. No. 18, § 5519. 
Schools. 

Board of education, § 5516. 
School trustees. 

Appointment when no petition for 
election filed, § 5518. 

Budget, assistance for formulating 
for school districts, § 5306. 

Census of dogs, § 2616. 

District No. 1, § 5518-1. 

District No. 11, § 5518-2. 

District No. 49, § 5518-3. 

Elections, § 5518. 
Qualifications of voters and candi- 
dates, § 5518. 

Langley-Bath district, § 5518. 

Number, § 5518. 

Progressive school district No. 10, § 
5518-5. 

Term, § 5518. 

Wagener centralized school district 
No. 18, § 5519. 

Windsor school district, § 5518-4. 
Sheriff, fees, dieting prisoners, § 4950. 
Soft surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(3). 
State highway system, §§ 5926(3), 

5933-1(2), 5934. 
Streams, cleaning out, inapplicable, § 

1217. 
Superintendent of education. 

Budget, assistance in formulating for 
school districts, § 5306. 

Office hour, § 5517. 

Salary, § 5517. 

Voucher in excess of budget, ap- 
proval prohibited, § 5517-3. 
Taxes. 

Adjusting unpaid taxes on delinquent 
property, § 2840-6. 

Discounting, § 2840-2. 

Exemption. 
Hotel property, § 2840(3). 
Manufacturers, §§ 2840(1), 2840(2); 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 

Payable in installments, § 2840-3. 

Return of executions "nulla bona," § 
2840-5. 

Time tax books open, § 2840-4. 

Time to make returns, § 2840-1. 



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AIKEN COUNTY (Cont'd) 

Timber, hauling over highways regu- 
lated, § 1666. 

Trucks, licenses of nonresidents sell- 
ing from, § 3936. 

Voting precincts in, § 2296. 

AIR 

Pollution of, in counties having cities 
of over 65,000 inhabitants, § 1504. 

AIRCRAFT 

See Aeronautics. 

AIRLESS CUSHION TIRE 

Defined, § 5906. 

AIRPLANE 

See Aeronautics. 

AIRPORTS 

§§ 7100 to 7112-42. 
See Aeronautics. 

ALCOHOL 

See Intoxicating Liquors. 

ALDERMEN 

See Municipal Corporations. 

ALE 

Non-intoxicating liquors, §§ 2557-1 to 
2557-17. 
See Non-intoxicating Liquors. 

ALIENS 

Five hundred acre limit, § 7790. 
Inheritance, § 8907. 
Jurisdiction, Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2. 
Land, limitation on ownership, Const. 

95, art. 3, § 35. 
Limitations of actions, § 361. 
Officers. 

Employment only of American citi- 
zens, § 3075-1. 
Ownership of land, liinitations on, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 35. 
Right to acquire and possess property, 

§ 8687. 
State and national defense. 

Report to clerli of court, § 1100-9. 
Titles to real estate derived through, 

legalized, § 8686. 
Widows, inheritance by, § 8908. 
Workmen's compensation. 

Payment of, § 7035-41. 

ALKALIES 

Sale of misbranded packages, regula- 
tions, § 5128-26. 

ALLENDALE COUNTY 

Allendale centralized high school dis- 
trict, § 5524. 



ALLENDALE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052. 
Beach Branch Baptist Church, tax ex- 
emption, § 2578(45). 
Bonded debt, excepted from constitu- 
tional limitations, Const. '95, art. 10, 
§ 5. 
Borrowing from federal agency by 

county, § 3955-2. 
Borrowing from sinking fund, § 3948. 
Borrowing in anticipation of tax col- 
lections, § 3949. 
Form of obligation, § 3949. 
Boundaries, § 2978. 
Circuit court, terms, § 64. 
Clerk of county board, § 3940. 
Clerk of court. 
Fees, § 4925. 
Fees, excepted, § 4923. 
Salary, § 3955. 
Common pleas, terms, § 52. 
Commutation or road tax. 
Apportionment, § 3945. 
Collection, § 3953. 
Disposition, § 3953. 
Failure to pay, § 3951. 
Additions to by township board of 
assessors, § 3952. 
Persons exempt, § 3950. 
Persons liable for, § 3950. 
Return. 
Failure to make, § 3952. 
Time for, § 3952. 
Convicts, recalling from penitentiary, 

§ 3944. 
County board of directors, § 3939. 
Borrowing for county, § 3949. 
Clerk, § 3940. 
Duties, § 3942. 
Employees, § 3940. 
Letting contracts for public work 

over $20.00, § 3943. 
Meetings, § 3942. 
Powers and duties, § 3942. 
Powers as to road fund, § 3942. 
Report on finances, § 3942. 
Elections, voting precincts, § 2296. 
Fees, clerk of court, § 4925. 
Forestry. 
County forests fire control organiza- 
tion act, § 3955-1. 
General sessions, terms, § 52. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(4). 
Highways, state highway system, §§ 

5926(4), 5934. 
Into.xicating liquors, sheriffs report of 

seizures, § 1885. 
Legislative delegation. 
Powers of remaining members in 
event of vacancy, § 3954. 



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ALLENDALE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Magistrates, location and salary, § 3750. 
Marriage license, fee of probate judge, 

§ 8558. 
Master. 

Establishment of office, etc., § 3700-2. 
Probate judge. 
Assumption of duties of master, § 

3700-2. 
Marriage license fee, § 8558. 
Purchasing agent, § 3947. 
Road fund, composition of, § 3945. 
School districts. 
Allendale centralized high school dis- 
trict No. 22-C, § 5524-1. 
Borrowing money, § 5521. 
Budgets, § 5522. 

Centralized high school district for 
districts nos. 3, 17, 44 and 51, § 
5524-2. 
Investigation of finances, § 5522. 
Levies for school purposes, § 5522-1. 
Reduction or discontinuance of spec- 
ial tax inapplicable, § 5332. 
School trustees. 
Allendale centralized high school dis- 
trict, S 5524. 
Appointment, § 5523. 
Nomination, § 5523. 
Vacancies, § 5523. 
Sheriff, report of seizures of liquor, § 

1885. 
Sinking fund. 
Borrowing from for general county 
purposes, § 3948. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(4), 5934. 
Taxes. 

Borrowing in anticipation of collec- 
tion. § 3949. 
Collector, § 2841-7. 
Discount, § 2841-2. 
Exemption of Beach Branch Baptist 

Church, S 2578(45). 
Exemption of manufactories, § 2840; 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Exemptions, § 2578(45), 2840(1). 
Forfeited land commission, § 2841-8. 
Levies for school purposes, § 5522-1. 
Payment in installments, § 2841-3. 
Payment with school claims, § 2841-5. 
Redemption of land sold by munici- 
pal corporations, § 2841-6. 
Time for return, § 2841-1. 
Time tax books open, § 2841-4. 
Voting precincts in, § 2296. 
ALLENDALE, TOWN OF 
Board of assessors, S 2841-11. 
Bonded debt, excepted from constitu- 
tional limitations. Const. '95, art. 8, 
§ 7. 
Paving assessments, § 7675-2. 
Election unnecessary, § 7381. 



ALLOTMENT 

See Dower. 

ALTERATION OF INSTRUMENTS 

Bills of lading, § 6979. 

Negotiable instruments, §§ 6875, 6876. 

AMBASSADORS 

Appointment by President of United 
States, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 2(2). 

Judicial power of United States ex- 
tended to cases affecting. Const. U. S. 
art. 3, § 2(1). 

Reception by President of United 
States, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 3. 

AMENDMENTS 

See Indictments and Informations; 
Pleadings; Statutes. 

Case, Cir. Ct. rule 48. 

Constitution of United States, limita- 
tions and manner. Const. U. S. art. 5. 

Corporate charters, §§ 7719, 7741, 8188, 
8189. 
Subject to, § 7676. 

Exceptions, Cir. Ct. rule 48. 

Magistrates, pleadings, § 274. 

Motions to amend pleadings, Cir. Ct. 
rule 20; Prob. Ct. rule 12. 

Municipal charters, § 7224. 

Railroads, schedule of rates, § 8305. 

Summons and process. 
Process or proof of service, § 440. 

AMERICAN LEGION 

Clarendon county. 

Office room for service officer, § 
4186-2. 
Custody of Woodrow Wilson memorial 

home, § 2255-1. 
Historical commission, election of 

member from. § 2233. 
Tax exemption, § 2578(42). 
Unlawful wearing of emblem, § 1242. 

AMMONIA WATER 
Sale of misbranded packages, § 5128-27. 

AMMUNITION 

Infants, sale, etc.. to, § 255(19). 
License tax, § 2527(7). 

AMOUNT IN CONTROVERSY 

County courts, § 77. 

Florence, civil court of, § 103. 

Orangeburg county, § 143. 

Richland county, § 165. 

Spartanburg county, § 184. 
Magistrates, jurisdiction, §§ 257, 264. 

AMUSEMENT PLACES 

See Theaters and Shows. 



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AMUSEMENT PLACES (Cont'd) 
Deputy sheriffs, powers and duties, § 

3509. 
License tax on admissions, § 2531. 

ANALYSIS 

Water supply, § 5047. 

ANDERSON, CITY OF 

Airport commission, § 7675-4. 

Assessments on abutting property, § 
7675-3. 

Bonded debt, excepted from constitu- 
tional limitations, Const. '95, art. 8, § 
7; art. 10, § 5. 

Jury box, preparation, § 7460. 

Magistrates. 
Jurisdiction, Const. '95, art. 5, § 21. 

ANDERSON COUNTY 

Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Audit of county books, § 3971. 

Appointment of auditor, § 3971. 

Copies of audit, § 3971. 
Board of health, § 5055-1. 
Bonds. 

Certain officers, § 3968. 

Sections relating to payment and re- 
tirement inapplicable, § 7344. 
Boundaries, § 2979. 
Bridges, operation of traction engines 

across, § 3965. 
Circuit court, terms, § 60. 
Clerks of court. 

Fees, § 4924, 4926. 

Salary in lieu of fees, § 3966. 
Common pleas. 

Clerk, fees, § 4926. 

Terms, § 60. 
Commutation tax. 

Amount, § 5860. 

Failure to pay, penalty, § 5860. 

In lieu of road duty, § 5863. 

Time of payment, § 5860. 
Constables. 

Bond, § 3968. 

Fees, § 4956. 

Location and salary, § 3751(1). 

Monthly report, § 3791-1. 
Cotton weighers. 

Anderson township, provisions inap- 
plicable, § 6405. 

Town of Honea Path, § 6409. 
County auditor. 

Salary in lieu of fees, § 3966. 
County board of commissioners. 

Approval of indebtedness for sup- 
plies, § 3964. 

Clerk, bond, § 3968. 

Compensation, § 3961. 

Compensation and traveling ex- 
penses, § 3956. 



ANDERSON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
County board of commissioners (Cont'd) 

Constitution, § 3957. 

Districts, § 3956. 

Duties of commissioners for districts 
1-4, § 3958. 

Employees, § 3961. 

Further duties and powers, § 3962-3. 

Invalidity, § 3962-2. 

Nomination for commissioner, § 
3962-1. 

Not to be interested in contract or 
furnish labor, § 3959. 

Penalties, § 3962. 

Personnel, § 3956. 

Public buildings, custody of, § 3963. 

Purchase of materials, § 3960. 

Qualifications, § 3956. 

Quarterly statement, § 3826. 
Publication, § 3967. 

Supplies, § 3960. 

Term, § 3956. 

Vacancy, § 3956. 
County courts, certain provisions as to 

inapplicable, § 101. 
County supervisor, § 3956. 

Bond, § 3968. 

Loans on credit of county, repay- 
ment, §§ 3881-3883. 

Powers and duties, § 3962-3. 

Salary in lieu of fees, § 3966. 

Statement of claims audited, publica- 
tion, inapplicable, § 3827. 
County treasurer. 

Borrowing for school districts, § 5525. 

Salary in lieu of fees, § 3966. 

Statement to supervisor, § 3826. 
Depositaries of public funds, bonds by, 

§ 2842-4. 
Deputy sheriff. 

Bond, § 3968. 
Drainage districts and improvements, 

inapplicable, § 6096. 
Elections. 

Board of registration, members, com- 
pensation, § 2270. 

Game warden, § 1752. 

School trustees, §5526-1. 

Voting precinct, § 2296. 
Fees. 

Clerk of court, § 4926. 

Constables, § 4956. 

Probate judge, § 4943. 

Salary in lieu of fees, § 3966. 

Sheriff, § 4952. 
Fish, oysters, etc., §§ 1790 to 1790-5, 

1797. 
Game and game laws, § 1790 to 1790-5, 

1797. 
Game warden, election, § 1752. 
General Sessions. 

Clerk, fees, § 4926. 

Terms, § 60. 



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ANDERSON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Generostee A. R. P. church, tax exemp- 
tion, § 2578(43). 
Grand juries, foreman, authorized to 
swear witnesses, inapplicable, § 977. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(5). 
Hawkers and peddlers. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-1. 
Highways. 
Road duty, § 5862. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(5), 
5934. 
Inquests, jury, fees and mileage, inap- 
plicable, § 1070. 
Intoxicating liquors, reports of seizures, 

§ 1886. 
Lakes. 

Contiguous landowners, § 3970. 
Loans, credit of county, repayment, §§ 

3881-3883. 
Magistrates, § 3751. 

Fee for settling case, § 4948. 
Jurisdiction, Const. '95, art. 5, § 21. 
Monthly report, § 3791-1. 
Salaries, etc., § 3751(1). 
Special magistrates, § 3752. 
Manufacturers, tax exemption, § 

2842(1). 
Masters. 
Duties devolved on probate judge, § 
3700-3. 
Peace officers. 
Monthly report, § 3791-1. 
Reports of seizures, § 1886. 
Probate court, clerk, appointment and 

powers, § 206. 
Probate judge. 

Duties of master devolved on, § 

3700-3. 
Fees, § 4943. 
References to, § 653. 
Salary in lieu of fees, § 3966. 
Special referee, § 3700-3. 
Public buildings, custody of, § 3963. 
Public funds, bonds by depositries, § 

2842-4. 
Reference, probate judge as referee, § 

653. 
Register of mesne conveyances. 
Conveyances or mortgages of person- 
alty to federal agencies, § 3638. 
Reports, peace officers, monthly, § 

3791-1. 
Road duty, § 5862. 
Rural electrification. 

Commission on, § 3969. 
Rural police, monthly report, § 3791-1. 
Salary. 

In lieu of fees, § 3966. 
School district. 
Borrowing, § 5525. 
Iva school district No. 44, § 5526-2. 



ANDERSON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
School districts (Cont'd) 

Sinking fund commission, § 5525-1. 
Schools. 
Contracts for transportation of pu- 
pils, S 5525-3. 
Textbooks, § 5525-2. 
School trustees. 
Election, § 5526-1. 

Increase or decrease in districts 
where there is a high school, § 
5526. 
Iva school, district no. 44, § 5526-2. 
Sheriff. 
Deputy, bond, § 3968. 
Deputy sheriffs for certain industrial 

communities, § 3552-2. 
Fees, § 4952. 

Salary in lieu of fees, § 3966. 
Special magistrates, § 3752. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(5), 5934. 
Statement of receipts and disburse- 
ments, publication, § 3967. 
Streams. 
Cleaning out, inapplicable, § 1217. 
Running streams, obstructing, § 1214. 
Superintendent of education. 

Salary in lieu of fees, § 3966. 
Superintendent of poor farm, bond of, 

§ 3968. 
Supplies, approval of indebtedness for, 

§ 3964. 
Swamps. 

Contiguous landowners, § 3970. 
Taxes. 
Boards of assessors. 
Investigation of claims for poll tax 

exemption, § 2842-2. 
Terms, § 2842-1. 
Exemption of Generostee A. R. P. 

church, § 2578(43). 
Exemption of manufacturers, § 2584. 
Tax collector, § 2842-3. 
Traction engines, operation across pub- 
lic bridges, § 3965. 
Voting precincts in, § 2296. 
Witness fees in general sessions, § 
4964(5). 

ANDREWS, TOWN OF 

Acceptance of its obligations in pay- 
ment of taxes, § 7675-5. 
Officers, election, terms, etc., § 7403. 

ANGUISH 

Mental anguish, liability of telegraph 
companies, § 8553. 

ANIMALS 

Abandoned, disabled or diseased ani- 
mals, destruction, § 1603. 

Appraisement of animals to be killed, § 
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ANIMALS (Cont'd) 
Bees. 

See Bees. 
Board of trustees of Clemson Agricul- 
tural College, duties, § 5806-34. 
Burial, swine dying from natural 

causes, § 5046-1. 
Burying or burning dead animals, § 

50046-1. 
Careless riding and driving, § 1628. 
Cattle. 
Hauling at night in Berkley county, 

§ 1597. 
Killing for packing when not penned 
twelve hours, § 6561. 
Confinement on railroad cars, § 1596. 
Contagious diseases. 
Certificate of health, § 5806-33. 
Foot and mouth disease, §§ 5806- 

36—5806-39. 
Indemnity for cattle infected with 
Bang's disease and slaughtered, § 
5806-43. 
Investigation and treatment, § 5749. 
Regulations, § 5743. 
Cruelty, § 1593. 
Abandonment, etc., §§ 1595, 1603. 
Animals defined, § 1600. 
Arrest, § 1598. 
Depriving of sustenance or shelter, § 

1594. 
Driving or working when unfit, § 

1595. 
Fines, etc. 
Disposition of, § 1601. 
Lien on animals, § 1602. 
Knowledge of, § 1600. 
Malicious wounding, § 1183. 
Overloading and confinement on rail- 
road cars, § 1596. 
Overloading, overworking, etc., § 

1594. 
Owner defined, § 1600. 
Person defined, § 1600. 
Prosecutions, § 1601. 
Search warrant, § 1599. 
Dead animals, burying or burning, § 

5046-1. 
Destruction of abandoned, diseased or 
disabled animals by society for pre- 
vention of cruelty to animals, § 1603. 
Diseased animals. 
Appraisal before killing, § 5806-33. 
Glanders, importation, § 5806-33. 
Importation prohibited, § 5806-33. 
Quarantine, § 5806-34. 

Violations, § 5806-34. 
Sale of, prohibited, §§ 5806-31, 
5806-32. 
Diseased or disabled, abandonment, 

penalty, § 1603. 
Disinfecting, refusal, § 5806-35. 



ANIMALS (Cont'd) 
Dogs. 

See Estrays. 
Game. 

See Game. 
Glanders, importation of stock infected 

with, § 5806-33. 
Horses. 

See Horses. 
Ill-treatment, § 1594. 
Importation. 
Infected with glanders, § 5806-33. 
Inspection certificate, § 5806-33. 
Killing cattle for packing not penned 

twelve hours, § 6561. 
Larceny, punishment, § 1144. 
Lien for services, § 8788. 
Liens, fines, etc., for cruelty, § 1602. 
Live stock. 

See also, Live Stock. 
Carriers, sale when refused or un- 
claimed, § 7217. 
County appropriations for live stock 

sanitation, § 5806-41. 
Foot and mouth disease. 
Appraisal of condemned animals, § 

5806-38. 
Condemnation of animals, § 5806- 

37. 
Funds for eradication, § 5806-40. 
Powers of state veterinarian, § 

5806-36. 
Regulations, § 5806-39. 
Infected, state veterinarians, § 5806- 

42. 
Larceny, § 1144. 
Preparations, sale regulated, §§ 6603, 

6609. 
Public weighers, §§ 6461(1)— 6461(4). 
Quarantine, co-operation with Feder- 
al government, § 5005. 
Regulations by board of industries of 
Clemson Agricultural College, § 
5743. 
Malicious wounding, § 1183. 
Marking, disfiguring, §§ 1186, 1187. 
Motor vehicles. 
Approaching on highways, § 1633. 
To stop if animal frightened, § 1634. 
Overloading on railroad cars, § 1596. 
Passing on highways. 

Motor vehicles, § 1629. 
Quarantine. 
Animals infected with hydrophobia, 

§ 5011. 
Live stock. 
Removal without permission, § 

5806-34. 
Stockyards, etc., § 5806-34. 
Violations, penalty, § 5806-34. 
Railroads. 
Cattle guards, §§ 8435, 8436. 



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ANIMALS (Cont'd) 
Railroads (Cont'd) 

Loading and unloading, § 8348. 

Overloading, confinement, etc., §§ 
1596, 8346. 
Running at large, § 628L 

Damages, liability of owner, § 6284. 

Driving animals into state, § 5806-45. 

Maintenance, liability of owner, § 
6286. 

Neglect of owner to adjust penalties, 
§ 6288. 

Penalty for violation, § 6282. 

Recovery, § 6286. 

Rescuing, § 1223. 

Seizure, § 6285. 

Stone horses, § 6278. 

Unknown owner, procedure, § 6287. 
Selling flesh of animals diseased or in- 
jured, §§ 5806-31, 5806-32. 
Services, lien for, § 8788. 
Sheep-killing dogs. 

Keeping prohibited, § 1178. 

Killing of, §§ 3422, 3423. 
Society for prevention of cruelty to 

animals, destruction of abandoned, 

disabled or diseased animals, § 1603. 
Stealing live stock, § 1144. 
Steel trap, sale or use prohibited, § 

1784-3. 
Stock law. 

See Stock Laws. 
Stone horses, running at large, § 6278. 
Tick eradication. 

Appropriations, payment, § 3199. 

Disinfection, § 5806-35. 
Tuberculin test, cattle for breeding 

and dairy purposes, § 5806-33. 
Using without consent of owner, § 

1209. 

ANNEXATION 

From one county to another, §§ 3038, 
3039. 

ANNUITIES 

Inheritance tax, manner of determin- 
ing value, § 2481. 
Peace officers, §§ 3811 to 3812-5. 
See Peace Officers. 
Insurance and annuities, §§ 3811 to 
3812-5. 
See Peace Officers. 
Tax exemption, § 2578(18). 

ANSWER 

See Pleadings. 

ANTI-TRUST LAWS 

See Trusts and Monopolies. 

APOTHECARIES 

See Pharmacists. 



APPEAL 

See, also, the particular courts. 
Aeronautics. 

See Aeronautics. 
Affirmance, modification or reversal, 

§ 778. 
Aid to dependent children, § 4996-36. 
Amendment, § 775. 
Arrest in civil actions, relief of debt- 
or, § 864, 
Boards of registration, §§ 2273-2275. 
Case and exceptions, Cir. Ct. rules, 47, 

48. 
Circuit Courts. 

See, also Circuit Courts. 
Amendment of pleadings, § 804. 
Appeals from inferior courts, §§ 794, 

809. 
Appellate jurisdiction, over probate 

court, § 228. 
Consent judgment, § 804. 
Correction of judgment, § 809. 
Costs on appeal, §§ 806, 809. 
Setting off costs and recovery, § 
808. 
Dismissal of appeal, § 802. 
Fifth judicial circuit, § 55. 
Hearing of appeal, § 794. 
Original papers, § 803. 
Judgment on appeal, § 804. 
Judgment roll. 
Annexation to judgment, § 805. 
Contents, § 805. 
New trial, § 804. 
Notice of appeal, service, § 796. 
Restitution, § 807. 
Return, § 798. 
Defective return, § 800. 
Filing of, § 802. 
Hearing, § 802. 
Magistrate dead, insane or absent, 

§ 801. 
Magistrate out of office, § 799. 
Right of way for railroads, canals, 

etc., § 8441. 
Setting off costs and recovery, § 808. 
Settlement of case and exceptions, § 

804. 
Time of taking appeal, § 795. 
City court of Charleston, § 300. 
Civil and criminal court of Charleston, 

§ 286. 
Clerk to transmit papers, § 776. 
Costs. 

On appeals from probate court, § 

767. 
Review of decision of inferior court 
in special proceeding, § 767. 
County courts. 

See, also, the particular counties. 
Appeals from to circuit courts, § 81. 
Criminal cases, notice of appeal as stay 
of execution, § 1031. 



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APPEAL (Cont'd) 

Death sentence, execution on dismissal, 

§ 1046. 
Denial of right to vote, appeal, Const. 

'95, art. 2, § 5. 
Dismissal, Sup. Ct. rule 1. 
Effect. 

Not prejudiced by appeal before 
judgment entered, § 775-1. 
Electric light, heat and power com- 
panies. 
Effect of review on operation of com- 
mission's order, § 8555-6. 
Review of order of commission, § 
8555-6. 
Error or defect not regarded unless it 

affects substantial rights, § 497. 
Exceptions and objections to case 

made, § 781. 
General sessions. 
Appeals to from magistrates, crimi- 
nal cases, §§ 1024-1033. 
Same as cominon pleas, § 1032. 
Habeas corpus, § 1065. 
Harbor commissioners of Charleston, § 

6683. 
Inheritance tax, §§ 2492, 2493. 
Injunction issued by justice of supreme 

court, § 26. 
Judgment on appeal, § 778; Prob. Ct. 

rule 13. 
Judgments and decrees. 
Not prejudiced by appeal before 
judgment entered, § 775-1. 
Judgments and orders appealable, § 26. 
Jurisdiction. 
General sessions. Const. '95, art. 5, § 

18. 
Supreme court, § 26, 27; Const. '95, 
art. 5, § 4. 
Juvenile courts in certain counties, ap- 
peals from , § 255(20). 
Limitation of actions. 

Reversed on appeal, § 362. 
Magistrates. 

See, also. Magistrates. 
Bail to defendants, § 1027. 
Criminal cases, § 1024. 
Dead, insane or absent, return, § 

801. 
Entry of case on docket of general 

sessions, § 1028. 
Hearing of appeal by general ses- 
sions, § 1029. 
New trial, § 1030. 
Notice, filing, § 1026. 
Record to be filed, § 1026. 
Time of appeal, § 1025. 
Masters, § 654. 

Motions, hearing. Sup. Ct. rules 16, 24. 
Municipal courts, § 966. 
Mayors or intendants, § 952. 



APPEAL (Cont'd) 
Municipal courts (Cont'd) 

Return on appeal, § 967. 

Spartanburg, city of, § 972-5. 
New trial. 

Appeals to circuit court, § 804. 

Appellate jurisdiction of supreme 
court, § 26. 

May be ordered, § 778. 
Notice of appeal. 

Circuit court. 
Service, § 796. 
Substitute service, § 797. 

Service, § 775. 

Transmittal to appellate court, § 776. 
Notice of intention to appeal, Cir. Ct. 

rule 49. 
Officers, removed by Governor, § 3098. 
Orders made out of court, § 772. 
Orders, review of intermediate orders 

affecting judgment, § 777. 
Parties, designation, §§ 773, 774. 
Perfection of appeal, § 775. 
Printing not required of person unable 

to pay, § 779. 
Probate courts. 

See, also. Probate Courts. 

Abandoned or vicious children, ap- 
peals, § 251. 

Appeal from enrolled decrees, § 240. 

Appeals to circuit courts. 
Certified copies of record, § 231. 

Failure to enter appeal, § 234. 

Final decision to be certified, § 235. 

Jurisdiction of circuit court, § 228. 

Probate judge, no voice in determin- 
ing appeal, § 236. 

Procedings stayed by appeal, § 232. 

Time for, S 230. 

Trial, § 233. 
Public service commission. 

Bonds, § 8240. 
Quarantine, board of appeal, §§ 5082, 

5083. 
Record. 

Copies, § 779. 
Recorder's court. 

Delinquent or neglected children, § 
7649. 

For city of Columbia, §§ 966, 967. 
Reference, § 654. 
Restitution on reversal or modification, 

§ 778. 
Return. 

Appeals to circuit court, §§ 797-802. 

Statement of case, § 781. 
Action tried by court, § 650. 
Review of intermediate orders affect- 
ing judgment, § 777. 
Securities act, § 8135. 
Settlement of case on appeal, Cir. Ct. 

rule 49. 



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APPEAL (Cont'd) 
State highway department determina- 
tion in grade separation structure 

proceeding, § 8478. 
State tax commission, §§ 2432-2434. 
Stay of execution by appeal, judgment 

for sale or delivery of real property, 

§ 788. 
Stay of proceedings. 

Appeal from probate court, § 232. 

Appeal to circuit court, § 794. 

State highway department determi- 
nation in grade separation struc- 
ture proceeding, § 8478. 
Summary ejectment of trespassers, § 

896. 
Supreme Court. 

See, also, Supreme Court. 

Affidavits by attorney or party inter- 
ested. Sup. Ct. rule 14. 

Appeals to, §§ 780-793, 

Appellate jurisdiction, § 26; Const. U. 
S. art. 3, §2(2). 

Argument by counsel after hearing. 
Sup. Ct. rules 10, 12. 
Limitations, Sup. Ct. rule 12. 

Argument, limitations on printing, 
Sup. Ct. rule 8, §§ 3, 4. 

Attacking decision of court, proce- 
dure, Sup. Ct. rule 8, § 11. 

Attorneys, Sup. Ct. rule 3. 

Briefs, contents. Sup. Ct. rule 8, § 2. 

Case, Sup. Ct. rule 1. 
Amendments, Sup. Ct. rule 4, § 7. 
Distribution of copies. Sup. Ct. 

rule 5. 
Form, Sup. Ct. rule 4. 
Number of copies, Sup. Ct. rule 1. 

Case-made, § 731. 

Case or exception, Cir. Ct. rule 49. 

Continuance, Sup. Ct. rules 9, 25. 

Copies of records, § 779. 

Costs, § 758. 

Death pending appeal. Sup. Ct. rule 
3. 

Docketing of cause, § 781; Sup. Ct. 
rule 9, § 1. 

Extending time, § 784. 

Guardians ad litem. Sup. Ct. rule 3. 

Hearing, etc., § 28. 

Inspection of record below, Sup. Ct. 
rule 2. 

Judgments for delivery of documents 
or personalty, stay of execution by 
appeal, requirements, § 786. 

Judgment to execute conveyance, 
stay of execution by appeal, § 787. 

Jurisdiction. 
In probate matters, § 228. 
Interlocutory order or decree of 
court of common pleas, § 26. 

Mistake or inadvertence, § 785. 

Motions, Sup. Ct. rule 16. 

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APPEAL (Cont'd) 
Supreme court (Cont'd) 

Notice of 
Date of hearing. Sup. Ct. rule 22. 
Intention to appeal, § 781. 

Objections and alterations, § 781. 

Opinions attached to judgment, § 27. 

Order of docket. Sup. Ct. rule 9, § 1. 

Perfection of appeal, § 781. 

Powers, § 27. 

Preference of causes, Sup. Ct. rule 11. 

Preparation of Case, Cir. Ct. rule 49. 

Printed paper. Sup. Ct. rule 5. 

Private agreement or consent, Sup. 
Ct. rule 15. 

Proposed Case, Cir. Ct. rule 49. 

Record. 
Copies, § 779. z 

Remittitur, Sup. Ct. rule 17. 

Reversal, effect. Sup. Ct. rule 27. 

Sale of property, prohibited when, 
§ 782. 

Statement of case. Sup. Ct. rule 4. 

Statement of facts and conclusions of 
law, § 780. 

Stay of execution by notice of ap- 
peal, § 782. 

Stay of proceedings by appeal, ex- 
ceptions, § 792. 

Stay of proceedings upon security be- 
ing given, § 789. 

Sureties on undertaking, justifica- 
tion, § 791. 

Testimony to be printed, § 29. 

Typewritten record. Sup. Ct. rule 6. 

Undertaking, §§ 782, 793. 
Form and service, § 790. 
New undertaking in case sureties 
insolvent, § 783. 

■Waiver of appeal, §§ 773, 781; Sup. 
Ct, rule 1. 
Tax board of review, § 2432. 
Telegraph and telephone companies, 

condemnation of railroad right of 

way, § 8537. 
Title of action not to change on appeal, 

§ 774. 
Trial by court, § 650. 
Unemployment compensation. 

Benefits, S 7035-86. 

Rules and regulations, Rule under 
S 7035-91, pp. 101-104. 

See Unemployment Compensation. 
Waiver of appeal, § 781(3). 
Who may appeal, § 773. 
Workmen's compensation. 

Award, § 7035-63. 

Commission review awards, § 7035- 
49. 

Review of award, § 7035-62. 

APPEARANCE 

Infants, by guardian, § 401. 
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APPEARANCE (Cont'd) 

Magistrates, § 274. 

Service of notice of appearance or re- 
tainer, Cir. Ct. rule 17. 

Voluntary appearance equivalent to 
service of summons, § 441. 

APPLES 

Standard barrel and bushel, § 6645. 

APPOINTMENTS 

See the specific titles. 

APPORTIONMENT 

Direct taxes, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 2(3). 
Income tax, levy without apportion- 
ment. Const. U. S. Amend. 16. 
Representatives, § 2052; Const. '95, art. 
1, § 2; art. 3, §§ 3, 4. 
See, also, the particular counties. 
Time of taking effect, Const. '95, art. 
3, § 5. 
United States representatives. Const. 
U. S. art. 1, § 2; Const. U. S. Amend. 
14. 

APPRAISALS AND APPRAISERS 

See Drains and Drainage; Executors 
and Administrators; Homestead. 
Appraisers. 

Fees, § 4961. 

Setting off homestead, § 9096. 
Diseased animals to be killed, § 5806-33. 
Dissenting stockholder's interest upon 

sale of major corporate assets, § 7706. 
Homestead, §§ 9085, 9086. 

APPRENTICES 

See Master and Servant. 
Age for termination, § 7028. 
Assignment of indenture, § 7022. 
Bastards, binding out to service, §§ 

3852, 3853. 
Board of commissioners of Charleston 

orphan house, powers of clerk, § 

7025. 
Certificate, § 7021. 
Charleston orphan house, indenture by 

board of commissioners, §§ 7025, 

7026. 
Complaints against masters, § 7029. 
Death of master, retention or assign- 
ment of indenture, § 7023. 
Illtreating by master, § 1124. 
Indentures. 

Assignment, certification by magis- 
trate, § 7022. 

By board of commissioners, § 7026. 

Death of master. 
Retention or assignment, § 7023. 
Valid to executor or administra- 
tor, § 7024. 



APPRENTICES (Cont'd) 
Indentures (Cont'd) 

Proceedings before magistrate, § 
7021. 
Persons authorized to teach one or 

more, S 7020. 
Poor children, binding out to service, § 

3852. 
Proceedings before magistrate, § 7021. 
Termination of service, age, § 7028. 
Term of service, § 7027. 

APPROPRIATIONS 

See also the particular county. 
Attorney general, § 3194. 
Bills, requisites. Const. '95, art. 4, § 23. 
Board of fisheries, expenditure, § 3203. 
Catawba Indians, expenditure, § 3205. 
Contracts in excess of, § 3073. 
Cotton warehouse system, § 6482. 
County. 

See the particular county. 
Debts in excess of, unlawful, § 2083. 
Disbursing officers, exceeding or trans- 
ferring, §§ 1592, 3070, 3071. 
Drafts on treasury pursuant to Const. 

'95, art. 10, § 9. 
Drawing from state treasury. 

Method, § 3172. 

Requisites, § 3171. 
Educational, penal and charitable insti- 
tutions, payment, § 3192. 
Exceeding of prohibited, § 3191. 
Expenditures of moneys for purpose 

other than specified, unlawful, § 

3143. 
General Assembly, to annually provide 

for expenditures, § 2082. 
Governor's contingent fund, § 3193. 
Health department, expenditures, § 

3204. 
Historical commission, use, § 3209. 
John De La Howe industrial school, 

building for, § 5487. 
Legislative library, § 2254. 
Limitations on, § 2082. 
Medical College, § 5798. 
Militia, apportionment, § 2926. 
Necessity to withdraw money from 

United States treasury, Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 9(7). 
Payment, mode of, where no direction 

given, § 3210. 
Pensions for Confederate soldiers and 

sailors, § 4986. 
Prizes for farmers, expenditures, § 

3197. 
Public printing, § 3208. 

Not to be exceeded, § 2104. 
Quarantine, administration of port of 

Charleston, § 5058. 
Railroad commissioner's office, § 3 J 95. 



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APPROPRIATIONS (Cont'd) 
Record ol', kept by Comptroller Geror- 

al, § 3136. 
Repelling invasions or suppressing in- 
surrections, Const. '95, art. 3, § 30. 
South Carolina live stock association, 

expenditures, § 3198. 
State colleges, remain in state treasury 

until expended, § 3201. 
State hospital, mode of payment, § 

3187. 
State institutions. 

Mode of payment, § 3186. 
State, payment by state treasurer, § 

3189. 
State penitentiary, § 3207. 
State training school, § 6266. 
State treasurer to account for, § 3173. 
Supreme Court, expenditure, § 3202. 
Tick eradication, §§ 3199, 5806-41. 
Vocational training, § 5431(1). 

ARBITRATION 

See Board of Conciliation; Street 
Railways. 
Appeal, § 7041. 
Arbitrators. 

Appointment, Const. '95, art. 6, § 1. 

Bribes. 
Acceptance of, § 1405. 
Giving or offering to, § 1404. 
Board of arbitration, findings, final, § 

7041. 
Corrupting arbitrator, § 1404. 
Laws relative to, Const. '95, art. 6, § 1. 
Procedure, § 7041. 
Submitting controversy without action, 

§§ 668, 669. 

ARBOR DAY 

Observance by free public schools, § 

5431. 
Schools and school districts, § 5387. 

ARCHITECTS 

Annual fee, § 7058. 
Certificates. 
Issuance, § 7057. 
Necessity, S 7055. 

Persons entitled to without examina- 
tion, § 7057. 
Practicing without, § 7062. 
Revocation. 
Failure to pay annual fee, § 7058. 
Notice and hearing, § 7059. 
Trial and appeal, S 7059. 
Suspension, § 7059. 
Contractor's tax, information to tax 
essary, § 7060. 
commission, § 2543. 
Corporations, registered architect ncc- 
Examinations, § 7057. 
Exemptions from provision of, § 7055, 



ARCHITECTS (Cont'd) 

Fees. 

Continuation of practice, § 7058. 
Examinations, § '7057. 

General contracting. 
Duties. S 7084-5. 

Information to be furnished tax com- 
mission where construction cost over 
$10,000, § 2543. 

Partnership, registered architect nec- 
essary, § 7060. 

Practicing without certificate, penalty, 
§ 7062. 

Qualifications for practice, § 7055. 

Registration, § 7055. 

Revocation of certificate, § 7059. 

Seal, § 7061. 

State board of architectural examiners. 
Appointment, etc., § 7056. 
Examination, § 7057. 
Revocation of certificates, § 7059. 

ARGUMENT OF COUNSEL 

Appeals to Supreme Court, limitations. 
Sup. Ct. rule 12. 

Argument after hearing prohibited, 
Cir. Ct. rule 11. 
Probate court, Prob. Ct. rule 7. 

Citation of South Carolina reports. 
Sup. Ct. rule 8, § 12. 

Interrupting course of argument, Cir. 
Ct. rule 11. 

Limitations on time, § 325. 

On objection to admissibility of evi- 
dence, Cir. Ct. rule 11. 

Points to be considered, Sup. Ct. rule 
8, § 2. 

Printing, Sup. Ct. rule 8, § 4. 

Reading from books, Sup. Ct. rule 12. 

Reference to facts. Sup. Ct. rule 8, § 2. 

Request to charge, Cir. Ct. rule 11. 

Style, Sup. Ct. rule 8, § 1. 

Submission to court, written proposi- 
tions of law, Cir. Ct. rule 11. 

Supreme Court, limitations. Sup. Ct. 
rule 12. 

Time for, Sup. Ct. rule 12; Cir. Ct. rule 
31. 

ARMISTICE DAY 

Legal holiday, § 7050. 

ARMS 

See Militia; Weapons. 
Right to keep and bear arms, Const. U. 
S. Amend. 2; Const. '95, art. 1, § 26. 

ARMY 

See Militia; Navy; Soldiers. 
Appropriations, limitations, Const. TJ. 

S. art. 1, § 8(12). 
Discharge from registration, § 8893. 
Exemptions from arrest. Const. '95, art. 

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ARMY (Cont'd) 

Maintenance of armies, Const. '95, art. 
1, § 26. 

Martial law, Const. '95, art. 1, § 27. 

Militia. 

See Militia. 

No tuition in state colleges if father 

died in World War, § 5711. 

Power of Congress to raise and sup- 
port. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(12). 

Power of states to maintain. Const. U. 
S. art. 1, § 10(3). 

Presentment or indictment unneces- 
sary. Const. U. S. Amend. 5. 

President as commander in chief. 
Const. U. S. art. 2, § 2(1). 

Quartering of soldiers. Const. '95, art. 
1, § 26. 

Rules for governing, power of Con- 
gress, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(14). 

Subordination to civil authority. Const. 
'95, art. 1, § 26. 

Sunday. 
Exhibits at army forts, § 1737-1. 

Troops, states prohibited from main- 
taining in time of peace, Const. U. S. 
art. 1, § 10(3). 

ARRAIGNMENT 

See Accused; Indictments and Infor- 
mations. 
New indictment, § 998. 



ARREST 

See, also, Arrest in Civil Actions. 
Accused, right to be informed of true 

ground, § 993. 
Affidavits to be filed by sheriff with 

clerk, Cir. Ct. rule 4. 
Attendance at courts, exempt, excep- 
tions, § 338. 
Cruelty to animals, § 1598. 
Defense force, § 2966-15. 
Deputy sheriffs, §§ 909, 3493. 
Duellists, § 945. 
Escape. 

Magistrates, § 929. 
Escaped convicts, duty of sheriffs, § 

3545. 
Fairs or amusement places, § 3509. 
Felony committed in view, § 907. 
Females, restriction, § 3523. 
Fisheries inspector, § 3322. 
Fugitives, warrants for, § 913. 
Habeas corpus, re-arrest prohibited, § 

1059. 
Hawkers or peddlers without license, § 

7122. 
Illegal arrests, liability of sheriff or 

deputy, § 3521. 
Industrial communities, § 920. 
Inquests, homicide, § 1087. 

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ARREST (Cont'd) 
Magistrates. 

Affrayers, rioters, etc., § 925. 

Authority, § 949. 

Disturbance of peace, § 938. 

Persons charged with offense, § 929. 

Persons intending to duel, § 945. 

Witnesses refusing to enter into re- 
cognizances, § 942. 
Master of vessel, liquor violators, § 

1934. 
Mayors or intendants, § 958. 
Municipal police, within one mile of 

corporate limits, § 7365. 
Nighttime, means to be used, § 908. 
Obstructing officers, § 1383. 
Police. 

Cities and towns, § 910. 

Fairs, or amusement places, § 3509. 

Rural police, § 3791. 
Privilege from. 

Attending court, § 3522. 

Electors, Const. '95, art. 2, § 14. 

Females, § 3523. 

Members of militia, §§ 912, 3522; 
Const. '95, art. 13, § 2. 

Party attending court, § 3522. 

United States senators and represen- 
tatives. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 6(1) 

Witness attending court, § 3522. 
Probation and parole. 

Arrest probationers, § 1038-4. 
Prohibition violations, §§ 1890, 1934. 
Railroad conductors and station agents, 

§ 8420. 
Rescue of arrested person from custody 

of officer, penalty, § 1383. 
Separation of races, violators, § 8494. 
Sheriffs, § 909. 

Affidavits on arrest, Cir. Ct. rule 4. 

Escaped convicts, § 3545. 

Illegal arrests, liability, § 3521. 

Marlboro county, § 3552-6. 

Powers, § 3525. 
Special officers appointed by magis- 
trate, § 934. 
State and national defense. 

Who may make arrests, § 1100-8. 
Sunday, illegal, §§ 3521-3524. 
Trespassers on state house grounds, § 

1194. 
Violation of liquor laws, § 1890. 
Warrants. 

Execution, § 945. 

Issuance by, § 949. 

Magistrates, endorsement, § 950. 

Prosecutor, not to serve, § 948. 

Violation of liquor laws, arrest with- 
out, § 1890. 
Who may make, §§ 907, 908. 
Witnesses. 



Inquests, §§ 1075, 1079. 
Magistrates, criminal cases, § 942. 



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ARREST, COMMITMENT AND BAIL 

See Arrest; Bail and Recognizance. 

ARREST IN CIVIL ACTIONS 

Actions in which arrests may be made, 

§ 500. 
Affidavit, delivery to sheriff, § 505. 
Arrest, how made, § 506. 
Bail. 
Allowance, § 518. 
Arrest of defendant, § 510. 
Defendant discharged on giving, § 

507. 
Delivery of undertaking to plaintiff, 

§ 513. 
Deposit in lieu of, § 518. 
Disposition after judgment, § 521. 
Liability of sheriff or constable for 

default, § 519. 
Payment into court, § 519. 
Refund on substituting bail, § 520. 
Exoneration of, § 512. 
How given, § 508. 
Justification, § 516. 

Notice, § 514. 
New bail, § 514. 
Proceedings against, § 511. 
Qualification, § 515. 
Reduction, § 525. 

Affidavits, § 526. 
Surrender of defendant, § 509. 
Cases in which arrests may be made, § 

500. 
Contempt proceedings, inapplicable to, 

§ 499. 
Debtor. 

See this title. Relief of Debtor. 
Execution against person, § 741. 
Females, restrictions, § 3523. 
Limitations, § 499. 
Maintenance of debtor when plaintiff 

liable, § 3536. 
Order for arrest. 
Affidavit, § 502. 
By whoin made, § 501. 
Contents, § 504. 
Delivery to sheriff, § 505. 
Service, § 504. 
Vacating, § 525. 
Affidavits, § 526. 
When, § 504. 
Plaintiff to give undertaking, § 503. 
Relief of debtor. 

Appeal, procedure, § 864. 
Application for discharge, § 851. 
Creditors summoned by published 
notice, § 852. 
Assignment for benefit of creditors, 

§§ 855, 856. 
Creditors summoned, neglect or re- 
fusal to appear, § 853. 
Debtor allowed certain property, § 
854. 



ARREST IN CIVIL ACTIONS (Cont'd) 

Relief of debtor (Cont'd) 
Debtor to produce books, refusal, § 

866. 
Discharge. 

Assignment for benefit of credi- 
tors, § 855. 

Delivery of property to assignee, § 
868. 

Failure to pay prison expenses, § 
869. 

When refused, § 868. 
Enlargement pending appeal, § 867. 

By plaintiff, § 864. 
Examination by clerk of court, § 853. 
Examination by creditors, § 865. 
Exceptions to clerk's rulings, § 861. 
Exempt property, § 854. 
Expenses of maintenance, § 869. 
False schedules, § 857. 
Fees 

Clerk, § 862. 

Sheriff, § 863. 
Forthcoming bond, § 864. 
Fraud or preference by debtor, jury 
trial, § 858. 

Homestead exempt, § 854. 
Jury trial. 

Filing vacancies in panel, § 859. 

Liability for non-attendance, § 860. 
Oath, § 853. 

Remand to prison on refusal to as- 
sign property, § 856. 
Submission of issues to jury already 

impaneled, § 867. 
Summary hearing by judge, § 861. 
Sheriff or constable. 
Bail liable to, 524. 
Liability as bail, § 522. 

Proceedings on judgment, § 523. 
Usurper of office, § 834. 
Women exempt, § 500. 

ARREST OF JUDGMENT 

Motion, time for, Cir. Ct. rule 72. 

ARSENALS 

Congress to have exclusive legislation, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(17). 
Purchase by United States of lands for, 
§ 2043. 
Concurrent jurisdiction retained by 

state, § 2045. 
Valuation on failure to agree, § 2044. 

ARSENICAL PREPARATIONS 

Sale regulated, § 3268. 

ARSON 

See Fires. 
Attempt to burn, § 1136. 
Burning grass, brush, etc., §§ 1208, 

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ARSON (Cont'd) 
Burnings. 

Building by insurer, etc., § 1135. 

Building not subject of arson, § 1133. 

Insured property, § 1135. 

Stacks of corn, grain, etc., in day- 
time, § 1179. 

Stacks of hay, kilns, etc., in night- 
time, § 1163. 
Carrying lighted torches, etc., on land 

or building another, § 1181. 
Carts, etc., burning of, § 1180. 
Combustibles, placing of, § 1137. 
Corn stacks, burning of in daytime, 

§ 1179. 
Crops, § 1134. 
Definition, § 1132. 
Dwelling house defined, § 1140. 
Grain stacks. 

Burning of in daytime, § 1179. 

Burning of in nighttime, § 1163. 
Jurors, challenges to, § 1002. 
Kilns. 

Burning of in daytime, § 1179. 

Burning of in nighttime, § 1163. 
Personal property, § 1134. 
Punishment, §§ 1132, 1133. 
Straw stacks, burning of in nighttime, 

§ 1163. 
Turpentine farms, firing of woods near, 

§§ 1162. 
Untenanted or unfinished building, 

burning, etc., § 1182. 
Wood, burning of, § 1180. 

ARTICLES OF GOVERNMENT 

Militia, § 2957. 

ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION 

See Corporations. 

ARTIFICIAL LAKES 

Cemeteries, covering, § 6026. 

ASHLEY RIVER 

Intracoastal waterway to Savannah 
River, Ashley River and Shipyard 
River, §§ 6031 to 6031-9. 
See Waters, Watercourses and Cuts. 

ASIATIC CHOLERA 

Regulations by governor, §§ 3095, 5088. 

ASSAULT AND BATTERY 

Assault by masked persons, § 1131. 
Assault because of political opinions, § 

1421. 
Assault with deadly weapon, § 1258. 
Assault with intent to kill. 
Exclusive jurisdiction of general ses- 
sions, § 1008. 
Indictment, special count for carry- 
ing weapons, § 1008. 



ASSAULT AND BATTERY (Cont'd) 
Assault with intent to rape, § 1110. 
Costs, § 756. 

Limitations on, § 756. 
General sessions, jurisdiction, § 1008; 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 18. 
Indictment, special count for carrying 

weapons, § 1008. 
Limitation of actions, § 390. 
Magistrates, jurisdiction, §§ 264, 924. 
Masked persons, § 1131. 
Pointing firearm at another, § 1119. 

ASSAULT WITH INTENT TO RAPE 

See Rape. 

ASSEMBLY 

See General Assembly. 
Right of, Const. U. S. Amend. 1; Const. 
'95, art. 1, § 4. 



ASSES 

Tails. 
Operation, 



§ 1603-1. 



ASSESSMENTS 

See Abutting Property; Drains and 
Drainage; Insurance; Taxes and 
Taxation. 

See, also, the particular counties. 

ASSESSORS 

See Taxes and Taxation. 

See, also, the particulr counties. 

ASSIGNATION HOUSES 

Injunction to abate as nuisances, §§ 
575-583. 

ASSIGNMENTS 

Action by assignee, § 398. 
Costs against assignee, § 770. 
Indenture of apprentices, § 7022. 
Liens, § 8875-1. 

See Liens. 
Mortgages, recording of, § 8881. 
Stamp tax, § 2525(4). 
Trusts, § 9043. 
Unemployment compensation, § 7035- 

95. 

ASSIGNMENTS FOR BENEFIT OF 
CREDITORS 

Agents of creditors. 

Appointment, majority of debts rep- 
resented to govern, § 9100. 

Commissions, § 9105. 

Dismissal, § 9104. 

Equal powers for assignees, § 9100. 

Failure to appoint, § 9101. 

Meeting of creditors to appoint, § 
9099. 

Powers, § 9100. 



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ASSIGNMENTS FOR BENEFIT OF 
CREDITORS (Cont'd) 
Agents of creditors (Cont'd) 

Sales before appointment void, § 
9098. 

Statement of proceedings, § 9104. 
Agents to act with assignees, appoint- 
ments, § 9097. 
Arrest in civil actions, debtor seeking 

discharge, §§ 854-856. 
Assignee. 

Calling creditors together, § 9098. 

Commissions, § 9105. 

Statement of proceedings, § 9104. 
Commissions to assignees and agents, 

§ 9105. 
Creditors. 

Calling together, 9098. 

Meeting to appoint agents, § 9099. 
Disagreement between assignees and 

agents, apopintment of umpire, § 

9103. 
Distress for rent, § 8819. 
Insolvent debtors. 

Preference, void, § 9106. 

Transaction within ninety days void, 
§ 9107. 
Negotiable instruments, notice of dis- 
honor, to whom given, § 6852. 
Preference, void, §§ 9106, 9107. 
Proceedings to set aside, § 9108. 
Sales. 

Consent of assignees and agents, § 
9100. 

Deposit of proceeds, § 9102. 
Setting aside, proceedings by creditor, 

§ 9108. 
Statement of proceedings by assignees 

and agents, § 9104. 
Umpire, disagreement between as- 
signees and agents, § 9103. 

ASSIGNMENTS OF ERROR 

Exceptions to be complete, Sup. Ct. 
rule 4, § 6. 

ASSISTANCE 

Rules and regulations. Rule under § 
4996-23. 

ASSISTANCE FOR HANDICAPPHD 
AND UNFORTUNATE PERSONS, §§ 

4996-50 to 4996-57. 
See Public Welfare. 

ASSISTANCE TO AGED PERSONS, §§ 

4996-30 to 4996-33. 
See Old Age Pensions. 

ASSISTANT ADJUTANT GENERAL 

Sec Militia. 

ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL 

See Attorney General. 



ASSISTANT SOLICITORS 

See Solicitors. 

ASSOCIATIONS 

See Co-operative Associations; Cor- 
porations; Insurance; Partnership; 

Superannuate Aid Association. 
Acting as corporation when not incor- 
porated, action by attorney general, 

§ 831. 
Actions against, § 7796. 
Co-operative credit union. 

See Co-operative Credit Unions. 
Co-operative Marketing Associations. 

See Co-operative Marketing Associa- 
tions. 
Final process, liability under, § 7798. 
Fraternal benefit associations. 

See Fraternal Benefit Associations. 
Imitation of names, emblems, etc., § 

§ 1243. 
Joint-stock companies, §§ 7791-7795. 
Mutual protective associations. 

See Insurance. 
Service of process on, § 7797. 
Unincorporated. 

Actions against, § 7796. 

Final process, liability under, § 7798. 

Service of process on, § 7797. 

Use of names or emblems of, § 1243. 

ASSUMPTION OF RISK 

See Master and Servant. 
Railroad employees, § 8368. 

ASYLUMS 

See Hospitals and Asylums. 

See, also, the particular institutions. 

ATHLETIC EVENTS 

State colleges and universities. 

Broadcasts, § 5712-1. 
Sunday. 

Counties with army forts, naval or 
marine bases, § 1737-1. 

ATTACHMENT 

Absconding debtor, property of, § 527. 

Affidavit, § 551. 

Application for discharge, §§ 543, 544. 

Bond. 

Amount of, limited, § 551-1. 

Form, § 551. 

Increasing in case of appeal, § 551-1. 

Sheriff, §§ 541, 542. 

Surety, § 551. 
Certificate of defendant's interest, § 

539. 
Claim by person in possession, proce- 
dure, § 535. 
Constables, schedule to be attached, § 

3738. 
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ATTACHMENT (Cont'd) 
Corporations. 

Shares of stock, §§ 537, 538. 
Execution of attachment, § 538. 
Debt not due, suit on, when, § 536. 
Discharge. 

Application, § 543. 
Undertaliing by defendant, § 544. 
Exemption. 
County property, § 3024. 
Homestead, § 9085; Const. '95, art. 3, 
§ 28. 
Foreign corporations. 
Libel and slander, § 527-1. 
Property of, § 527. 
Forms, § 551. 

Fraudulent removal of property, § 1279. 
Goods for which negotiable bill of lad- 
ing issued, §§ 6987, 6988. 
Illegal attachment, liability of sheriff 

or deputy, § 3521. 
Inventory of property seized, § 533. 
Issuance, by whom, § 528. 
Judgment, satisfaction, § 540. 
Libel and slander. 

Against non-residents or foreign cor- 
porations, §§ 527-1. 
Mechanics' liens, preference to attach- 
ing creditor, § 8757. 
Motor vehicle, lien on for damages by, 

§ 8792. 
Non-residents. 

Libel and slander, § 527-1. 
Perishable property, sale at public auc- 
tion, § 534. 
Plaintiff, prosecution of action by, § 

541. 
Procedure, § 551. 

Property incapable of manual deliv- 
ery, execution of attachment on, § 
538. 
Property to be attached, § 532.- 
Public welfare. 

Payments exempt from, § 4996-20. 
Purchased money past due. 
Attachment of property. 
Affidavit, § 546. 
Appraisement, § 549. 
Procedure, § 548. 

Sale of perishable property, § 549. 
Trial by jury, § 550. 
Undertaking by defendant, § 549. 
Undertaking by plaintiff, § 547. 
Warrant, direction, § 547. 
Railroad cars and engines, § 8428. 
Real property, procedure, § 532. 
Replevin. 

Sale of certain property when not 
replevied, § 534. 
Return of attachment by sheriff, § 545. 
Return of property. 
Application, § 543. 
Undertaking by defendant, § 544. 



ATTACHMENT (Cont'd) 
Sale of attached property. 

Keeping property expensive, § 534. 

Personal property likely to deterior- 
ate, § 534. 

To satisfy judgment, § 540. 
Seizure by sheriff, duties, § 533. 
Service on Sunday, § 3523. 
Shares of stock in corporation, § 539. 
Sheriffs or constables. 

Bond of, delivery to defendant, when, 
§ 542. 

Duties in case of seizure, § 533. 

Indemnification of by plaintiff, § 541. 

Not liable after two years, § 3529. 
Stock, shares, §§ 537, 538. 
Sunday, service on, § 3523. 
Third person, claim by. 

Claim by, undertaking by plaintiff, § 
535. 

Procedure, § 535. 
Undertaking by plaintiff, § 530. 
Vessel, § 527. 

Shares in, §§ 537, 538. 
Warrant. 

Affidavit. § 529. 

Contents, § 529. 

Issuance, §§ 528, 529. 

Return by sheriff, § 545. 

To whom directed, § 531. 

ATTAINDER 

Bills of. 
Prohibited, Const. U. S, art. 1, § 9; 

Const. '95, art. 1, § 8. 
States prohibited from passing, 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10. 

ATTEMPTS 

Abortion, §§ 1113. 1114. 

Arson, § 1136. 

Entry into bank with intent to steal, § 

1141. 
Entry into house or vessel with intent 

to steal, § 1154. 
Kill by poison, § 1108. 
Rape, § 1110. 

ATTENDANCE 

See Jury and Jurors; Witnesses. 

ATTESTATION 

See Wills. 

ATTORNEY 

Cherokee county, § 4121-2. 

ATTORNEY AND CLIENT 

Workmen's compensation. 
Approval of fee by commission, § 
7035-67. 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 

Account to state treasurer, § 3124. 



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ATTORNEY GENERAL (Cont'd) 

Actions by. 
Association not incorporated, § 831. 
Dissolution of corporations, §§ 828- 
830. 
Account and distribution of prop- 
erty, § 843. 
Costs against corporation, § 842. 
Filing copy of judgment roll, § 844. 
Judgment of forfeiture, § 841. 
Leave to sue, §§ 829, 830. 
Receiver, § 843. 
Refusal to pay taxes, § 2660. 
Restraining corporation, § 843. 
Forfeiture of. 
Corporation charters, § 6021. 
Property to state, § 846. 
Recognizances, § 1041. 
Officer forfeiting office, § 831. 
Proceedings to test right of railroads 
to exemption from taxation, § 2643. 
Trespassers on state property, § 3115. 
Upon own information or complaint 

of private person, § 831. 
Usurper of office. 
Arrest of usurper, when, § 834. 
Assumption of office by relator, § 

836. 
Complaint, § 834. 
Damages recoverable by relator, § 

838. 
Delivery of books and papers, § 

836. 
Entry of judgment, § 845. 
Filing copy of judgment roll, § 844. 
Fine, § 840. 
Judgment, §§ 835, 836. 
Judgment excluding usurper, § 840. 
One action against several persons 

claiming office, § 839. 
Proceedings to compel delivery of 

books and papers, § 837. 
Punishment of usurper, § 840. 
Vacating letters patent, when, § 
832. 
Advise and consult with state officers, 

§ 3120. 
Appear for state before supreme court, 

§ 3114. 
Appropriations for expenses of litiga- 
tion, conditions, § 3194. 
Approval of bond of public printer, § 

2091. 
Assistant. 
Official bond, § 3060. 
Salary, § 3112. 
Associations, action against when not 

incorporated, § 831(3). 
Board of claims, member of, § 2071. 
Board of phosphate commissioners, 
member of, § 2208. 



ATTORNEY GENERAL (Cont'd) 

Board of state canvassers, member of, 
§ 2318. 

Bond, § 3113. 

Clerk of general sessions, examination 
of fines, § 3131. 

Consulting and advising solicitors, § 
3116. 

Corporations. 
Charter, forfeiture, § 6021. 
Dissolution, §§ 828-830, 841-846. 
Prosecution of, § 3117. 

County officers, examine offices of, § 
3131. 

County treasurers. 
Defaulting, proceedings against, §§ 

3152, 3170. 
Defense of, § 2814. 

Disbarment proceedings, § 333. 

Duties, § 3116. 

Election, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24, art. 
5, § 28. 

Fees, actions for recovery of fines and 
forfeitures, § 8458. 

Fugitives from justice. 
Testimony in hearings on extradi- 
tion, § 914-1. 

General Assembly, aid and advice to, § 
3119. 

Governor's warrant for expenses of 
civil actions, § 3122. 

Grand juries, attendance at, § 3116. 

Habeas corpus, notice, § 1056. 

Letters patent, action to vacate, when, 
§ 832. 

Mutual protective associations, pro- 
ceedings against, § 8079. 

Nuisances, suit for injunction to abate, 
§§ 575-583. 

Officer, action against where office for- 
feited, § 831. 

Official bonds, examination and ap- 
proval, § 3050. 

Opinions to General Assembly, § 3119. 

Penalties, suit for, § 3130. 

Persons claiming under state, defense, 
§ 3129. 

Persons trespassing on state property, 
prosecution against, § 3115. 

Prosecutions of persons intruding or 
committing nuisances on public prop- 
erty, § 2255. 

Public charities, protection of, § 3117. 

Railroad commission, representing of, 
§ 8202. 

Railroads. 
Fines and penalties, action for recov- 
ery, § 8458. 
Forfeiture of charter, § 8460. 
Prohibited stock ownership, duties, 
§ 8292-4. 

Register of mesne conveyances, exam- 
ination of fines, § 3131. 



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ATTORNEY GENERAL (Cont'd) 

Relator, security by, § 833. 

Report to General Assembly, §§ 3120, 

3121. 
Salary, § 3112; Const. '95, art. 4, § 24, 

art. 5, § 28. 
School textbooks, approval of con- 
tracts, § 5282. 
Sheriff, examinations of fines, § 3131. 
Sinking fund commission, member of, 

§ 2138. 
Solicitors, duties toward, § 3126. 
State board of health, member of, § 

4997. 
State officers, advise and consult with, 

§ 3120. 
State, protect rights and property of, § 

2255. 
State service commission, member of, § 

2967. 
State treasurer, account to, § 3124. 
Term, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24, art. 5, § 

28. 
Trusts and monopolies. 

Discovery proceedings, §§ 6632-6636. 

Duties, § 6630. 

Witnesses, § 3118. 
Usurpation of office, action against 

usurper, §§ 831, 834-836. 
Vacancy, § 3083. 
Witnesses, compelling attendance, § 

3118. 

ATTORNEYS 

See Solicitors. 
Accused, right to have counsel, §§ 979, 
980, 996: Const. U. S. Amend. 6; 
Const. '95, art. 1, § 18. 
Admission to bar. 
Application. 

Contents, Sup. Ct. rule 30, § 3. 

Fee, § 316. 

Filing, Sup. Ct. rule 30, § 2. 
Attorneys from other states, § 319. 
Board of examiners. 

Appointment, § 314. 

Compensation, § 317. 

Examination, report, oath, § 315. 

Qualifications, | 316. 

Rules, § 318. 

Salary, § 317. 
Course of study required. Sup. Ct. 

rule 30, § 5. 
Examinations. 

Procedure, Sup. Ct. rule 30, § 6. 

Report, § 315. 

Time and place of. Sup. Ct. rule 30, 
§ 1. 
Granduates of law schools, § 320. 
Oath, § 321; Const. '95, art. 3, § 26. 
Qualifications, § 316. 
Rules, § 318. 

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ATTORNEYS (Cont'd) 
Affidavits, Sup. Ct. rule 14. 
Agreements between, Sup. Ct. rule 15; 

Prob. Ct. rule 9. 
Argument of counsel. 

See Argument of Counsel. 
Arrest in civil actions, § 500. 
Bail, attorney ineligible as, § 3526. 
Certification of demurrer, Cir. Ct. rule 

18. 
Change of attorney, Cir. Ct. rule 7. 
Citizen may defend or prosecute, re- 
quirements, § 326. 
Civil and criminal court of Charleston, 

attorney for prosecutions, § 282. 
Clerks of courts, permitted to act as at- 
torney, § 3591. 
Common pleas, petition for special ses- 
sion, § 69. 
Costs, appeals to Supreme Court, § 758. 
County attorneys. 

See the particular counties. 
Disbarment, § 327. 
Attorney general to represent state, 

§ 333. 
Committee on grievances. 

Cite attorney to appear, § 328. 
Investigation, § 329. 
Majority necessary, § 331. 
Powers, § 330. 

Turn over records to Clerk of Su- 
preme Court, § 333. 
Counsel, § 332. 
Dress, Cir Ct. rule 8. 
Before Supreme Court, Sup. Ct. rule 
12. 
Filing of papers by plaintiff's attorney, 

Cir. Ct. rult 68. 
Licenses, Supreme Court to grant, § 

313. 
Notary public, interest, no disqualifica- 
tion, § 3463. 
Notice of appearance or retainer, Cir. 

Ct. rule 17. 
Oath, Const. '95, art. 3, § 26. 
Practicing unless admitted and sworn, 

penalty, § 312. 
Removal or suspension, § 322. 
Grounds for, § 323. 
Hearing, § 323. 
Service of notices and papers on attor- 
ney, §§ 444, 452. 
Speculating, penalty, § 324. 
Stipulations, Sup. Ct. rule 15; Cir. Ct. 

rule 14; Prob. Ct. rule 9. 
Surety on bonds, etc., prohibited, Sup. 

Ct. rule 13; Cir. Ct. rule 9. 
Suspension, §§ 322, 323. 

ATTORNMENTS 

By tenants to strangers void, § 8803. 
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AUCTIONEERS 

Chester county. § 4138-3. 
Lancaster county, § 56. 
York county, § 56. 

AUCTIONS 

Auctioneers. 

Bond, § 7113. 

Responsibility for loss of goods, § 
7117. 
Cherokee county. 

Auctioneer, § 4121-1. 
Fees of auctioneer in Laurens County, 

§ 7119. 
Purchaser refusing to comply with 

terms, liability, § 7114. 
Remedy against auctioneers, § 7116. 
Sale of land at auction, Cir. Ct. rule 41. 
Sales of personalty, regulations by mu- 
nicipalities, § 7115. 
Spartanburg county. 

Fees, § 7119. 

AUDITORS 

See County Auditors, and the partic- 
ular counties. 
State auditor, §§ 3222-1 to 3222-3. 
See State Auditor. 

AUDUBON SOCIETY 

Objects of society, § 3430. 

Officers, § 3429. 

Rights and powers, § 3428. 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 

Savannah river, raising of dam on, § 
2041. 

AUTOMOBILE REPAIR FHOPS 

See Garages, Repair .'^hops. 

AUTOMOBILES 

See Motor Vehicles. 

AUTREFOIS ACQUIT OR CONVICT 

Pica of, § 1006. 

AVIATION, §§ 7100 to 7112(42). 
See Aeronautics. 

AWARDS 

See Arbitration. 

BABY CARRIAGE 

As baggage, § 8412. 

BACK TAXES 

See Taxes and Taxation. 

BAD CHECKS 

See Checks. 



BADGES 

American Legion, unlawful wearing, § 
1242. 

Benevolent, fraternal, etc., organiza- 
tions, wearing badges of, misdemea- 
nor, § 1243. 

Confederate Cross of Honor, wearing 
or selling, § 1241. 

Railroad employees to wear, § 8419. 

Unlawful wearing of, § 2964. 

BAGGAGE 

See Carriers; Railroads. 
Baby carriages, § 8412. 

BAIL AND RECOGNIZANCE 

See Arrest in Civil Actions; Under- 
takings. 
Allowance, when not allowed, § 1032. 
Appeal in criminal cases, § 1031. 
Arrest in civil actions, §§ 507-526. 

See, also, Arrest in Civil Actions. 
Attorney prohibited from becoming 

surety, Cir. Ct. rule 9. 
Bastardy cases, reputed father, § 1726. 
Burial of dead body before inquest, on 

suspicion of violent death, § 1094. 
Capital cases, defendant not allowed 

bail, § 1031; Const. '95, art. 1, § 20. 
Clerks of courts. 

Fees for issuing, § 919. 

May grant, § 915. 
Constitution not to affect those exist- 
ing. Const. '95, art. 17, § 11. 
Deposit in lieu of, magistrates, § 940. 
Excessive bail prohibited. Const. U. S. 

Amend. 8; Const. '95, art. 1, § 19. 
Felonies, accused required to plead to 

indictment, Cir. Ct. rule 35. 
Forfeiture of recognizances. 

Proceeding, § 1041. 

Remission, § 1044. 

Sale of offender's estate, § 1042. 
Commission to jail, § 1043. 
Habeas corpus, § 1055. 
Inquests, person killing by mischance, 

§ 1090. 
Jurors, coroner's inquest, § 1076. 
Justification of sureties, Cir. Ct. rules 

65, 66. 
Magistrates. 

Allowance of bail, § 260. 

Criminal cases, § 939. 

Defendant admitted to bail on appeal, 
§ 1027. 

Deposit in lieu of, § 940. 

Justification of bail, § 259. 

Persons intending to duel, § 945. 

Preliminary examination, § 935. 
Prosecutor, § 941. 

Qualification of bail, § 258. 

Return to clerk, § 943. 



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BAIL AND RECOGNIZANCE (Cont'd) 
Magistrates (Cont'd) 

Scale of recognizances, § 941. 

"Witnesses, § 941. 

Arrest on failure to enter into re- 
cognizances, § 942. 
Militia, members privileged from, § 

912. 
Misdemeanor, granting bail to accused, 

§ 915. 
Municipal courts, appeal, § 966. 
Offenses bailable. Const. '95. art. 1, § 

20. 
Orangeburg county court, power of 

judge to review, § 148. 
Person burying dead body, before in- 
quest, § 1091. 
Prosecutors. 

Discharge on own recognizance, § 
916. 

Penalty for failure to appear, § 918. 
Richland county court, grant of by 

judge, § 170. 
Right of bail. Const. '95, art. 1, § 20. 
Sheriffs, powers, § 3525. 
Spartanburg county court, power of 

judge to review, § 189. 
State, recognizances in name of. § 1040. 
Sureties to justify, Cir. Ct. rule 65. 

Charleston county, § 921. 

Place of, Cir. Ct. rule 66. 
Surety company as surety, § 7989. 
Treason or felony, § 1048. 
Witness. 

Discharge on own recognizance, § 
917. 

Granting by clerks of court, § 915. 

Inquests, §§ 1075, 1079, 1090. 

Magistrates, criminal cases, § 937. 

Penalty for failure to appear, § 918. 

BAILEY MILITARY INSTITUTE 

Exemption from taxes, § 2578(46). 

BAILIFFS 

Appointment by sheriff, § 3518. 
County courts. 
Appointment, compensation, § 92. 
See, also, the particular counties. 
Number, § 3518. 
Removal, etc., by circuit judge, § 3518. 

BAILMENTS 

Reservation by bailor, writing neces- 
sary, § 7047. 
Safe deposit boxes, § 7902. 

BALD EAGLES, § 1782-4. 

BALLOON 

See Aeronautics 

BALLOT BOXES 

See Elections. 



BALLOTS 

See Elections. 

BAMBERG COUNTY 

Annual audit, § 3990. 

Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052. 
Appropriations. 

Exceeding of prohibited, § 3975. 

Procedure when exceeded, § 3977. 
Audit. 

Annual audit, § 3990. 
Bailiffs, § 3518. 
Bonds. 

County treasurer, § 2769. 

Official bonds, § 3989. 
Borrowing money, payment of princi- 
pal of notes, § 3972. 
Boundaries, § 2980. 
Circuit court, terms, § 52. 
Claims. 

Application of unappropriated in- 
come to, § 3978. 

Entry and filing, § 3972. 

Exceeding appropriations, method of 
payment, § 3977. 
Claims classification book, §§ 3973, 

3974. 
Clerk of court. 

Fees, § 4925. 

Fees, excepted, § 4923. 

Presentation of books to county audi- 
tor, § 3985. 
Common pleas, terms, § 52. 
Commutation tax. 

Amount, § 3981. 

Collection, § 3982. 

Expenditures, § 3981. 

Failure to pay, 3981. 

Returns, § 3982. 
Constables. 

Location and salaries, § 3753(1). 

Worthless check law, fees, § 3718-1. 
Cotton weighers, election, § 6410. 
County auditor. 

Budgets of school districts, levy to 
meet requirements of, § 5529. 

Examination of books of, supervisor, 
§ 3983. 

Report to board of education, § 5529. 

Statement of receipts and disburse- 
ment of taxes, § 3984. 

Term of office, § 2698. 
County board of commissioners. 

Apportionment of appropriation, § 
3975. 

Exceeding of appropriations pro- 
hibited, § 3975. 

Maintenance of mail routes, § 3979. 
County board of education, school dis- 
tricts, prescription of area, § 5528. 
County commissioners, election and 

term of office, § 3821. 



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BAMBERG COUNTY (Cont'd) 
County courts, provisions as to inappli- 
cable, § 101. 
County superintendent of education. 
Election, § 5527. 
Fiscal statement to school trustees, § 

5529. 
Term of office, §§ 5527, 5301. 
County supervisor. 
Apportionment of appropriation, § 

3975. 
Claims classification book. 
Balancing, § 3974. 
Entries in, § 3973. 
Classification of claims allowed, book 

for, § 3973. 
Examination of books by county aud- 
itor, § 3983. 
Exceeding of appropriation prohib- 
ited, § 3975. 
File book of claims. 
Balancing, § 3974. 
Contents, § 3972. 
Monthly statements, publication, § 

3973. 
Reports, publication, § 3986. 
Statement of claims audited, publica- 
tion, inapplicable, § 3827. 
Term of office, § 3818. 
Warrants. 
Drawing, § 3975. 
Statements on, § 3976. 
County treasurer. 
Bond, § 2769. 

Investment of sinking fund, § 2843-5. 
Term, § 2769. 
Depositaries of public funds, bonds 

by, § 2843-4. 
Elections, voting precincts, § 2296. 
Fees. 
Clerk of court, § 4925. 
Magistrates and constables, worth- 
less check law, § 3718-1. 
Probate judge, § 3700-4. 
File book of claims, §§ 3972, 3974. 
General sessions, terms, § 52. 
Grand juries, foreman, authorized to 
swear witnesses, inapplicable, § 977. 
Highways. 
Mail routes, maintenance of, § 3979. 
Placing dirt, trash, etc., on, inappli- 
cable, § 1659. 
State highway system, § 5934. 
Width, § 5815. 
Inquests, jury, fees and mileage, inap- 
plicable, S 1070. 
Libraries. 
Bamberg county library board, § 
5530-11. 
License tax, timber carts, § 1672. 
Magistrates. 
Location and salaries, § 3753(1). 



BAMBERG COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Magistrates (Cont'd) 

Presentation of books to county audi- 
tor, § 3985. 

Worthless check law, fees, § 3718-1. 
Mail routes, maintenance of, § 3979. 
Marriage license fee of probate judge, 

§ 8558. 
Master, duties imposed on probate 

judge, § 3700-4. 
Probate judge. 

Discharge of duties of master, § 
3700-4. 

Fees, § 3700-4. 

Marriage license fee, § 8558. 
Public funds, bonds by depositries, § 

2843-4. 
Public libraries. 

Bamberg county library, § 5530-11. 
Register of mesne conveyances. 

Fee for recording certain mortgages 
on crops and personalty, § 3639-2. 
Road duty. 

Commutation tax in lieu of, § 3981. 

Persons liable, § 3980. 
School districts. 

Area designated by county board of 
education, § 5528. 

Budgets, § 5529. 

Constitutional limitations as to area 
inapplicable. Const. '95. art. 11, § 5. 
Schools. 

Kindergarten schools, inapplicable, § 
5403. 

Superintendent of education, § 5527. 

School trustees. 
Denmark school district No. 21, § 

5530-1. 
Ehrhardt school district No. 22, § 

5530-2. 
Olar school district No. 8, § 5530. 

Sinking fund. 

Investment by treasurer, § 2843-5. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(6), 5934. 

Streams. 

Duty of landowner to clean out, in- 
applicable, § 1217. 

Running streams, obstructing, § 1214. 
Superintendent of education, § 5527. 

See County Superintendent of Edu- 
cation. 
Taxes. 

Exemption of manufactories, § 2843; 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 

Payment in installments, § 2843-2. 

Statement by county, § 3984. 

Terms of boards of assessors, § 2842-1. 

Time to make returns, § 2843-1. 

Time to open tax books, § 2843-3. 
Timber carts, license tax, § 1672. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 



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BAMBERG COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Warrants. 
Drawing and payment, § 3975. 
Statements on by county supervisor, 
§ 3976. 

BAMBERG, TOWN OF 

Bonded indebtedness, limitations, § 

7327. 
Cotton weigher, § 6170. 
Taxes, § 7437. 

BANK EXAMINER 

See Banks. 

BANKING CORPORATIONS 

See Banks. 

BANKRUPTCY 

See Insolvency. 
Bonds. 
Record of copies of petitions, decrees 
and orders, § 3622-2. 
Clerks of court. 
Record of copies of petitions, decrees 
and orders, § 3622-2. 
Counties. 
Taking benefits and assuming bur- 
dens of acts of Congress relating to 
bankruptcy, § 7041-1. 
Drains and drainage. 
Taking benefits and assuming bur- 
dens of acts of Congress relating to 
bankruptcy, § 7041-1. 
Federal District Court Rules. 
See separate index in volume 1, page 
1231. 
Judgments and decrees. 
Discharge of bankrupts from judg- 
ments, § 664-1. 
Record of copies of petitions, decrees 
and orders, § 3622-2. 
Municipal corporations. 
Taking benefits and assuming bur- 
dens of acts of Congress relating 
to bankruptcy, § 7041-1. 
Pleading. 
Record of copies of petitions, decrees 
and orders, § 3622-2. 
Register of mesne conveyances. 
Record of copies of petitions, decrees 
and orders, § 3622-2. 
Registration. 
Record of copies of petitions, decrees 
and orders, § 3622-2. 
Rules relating to applicable to bills of 

lading, § 7014. 
Schools and school districts. 
Taking benefits and assuming bur- 
dens of acts of Congress relating 
to bankruptcy, § 7041-1. 
Uniform laws, power of Congress. 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(4). 



BANKRUPTCY (Cont'd) 
Workmen's compensation. 
Not to relieve insurer, § 7035-73. 

BANKS 

Accounts, opening with banks in other 

states, § 7853. 
Agent for collection, § 6949. 
Aid. 
Advantage of acts and resolutions of 
Congress, § 7837. 
Allocation, capital stock by branch 

banks, § 7832. 
Arrest in civil actions, officer or agent 

of bank, § 500. 
Assessment, branch banks in school dis- 
tricts, § 2661. 
Attorneys employed by receiver, § 

7872. 
Banking associations, loaning on or 

purchasing own stock, § 7860. 
Banking, use of word unlawful, when, 

§ 7830-1. 
Bank, use of word unlawful, when, § 

7830-1. 
Board of bank control. 
Appointment, § 7829. 
Approval, § 7884. 
Approval of application for charter, 

§ 7829-2. 
Communication from, § 7894. 
Compensation, § 7829. 
Conservation of assets, § 7829-7. 
Conservators, § 7829-7. 
Borrowing money to pay dividends 

or reopen, § 7829-13. 
Qualifications, § 7829-9. 
Definition of banks and banking in- 
stitutions, § 7830. 
Definitions, § 7829. 
Deposits, § 7829-7. 
Establishment of branch banks, § 

7829-2. 
Examinations, §§ 7829-5, 7829-7. 
Examining department, § 7829-3. 
Affidavit and warrant, § 7829-12. 
Chief examiner, § 7829-3. 
Compensation of chief examiner 
and assistants, § 7829-4. 
Grand jury. 

Report filed with, § 7829-12. 
Invalidity, § 7829-11. 
Liquidation, § 7829-8. 
Penalties, § 7829-10. 
Powers and duties, § 7829-7. 
Receivers, § 7829-7. 
Records of present board of bank 

control, § 7829-6. 
Regulation and protection of banks, 

§ 7829-1. 
Reorganization, § 7829-7. 



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BANKS (Cont'd) 
Board of bank control (Cont'd) 
Solicitors. 

Report filed with, § 7829-12. 
Terms, § 7829. 
Vacancies, § 7829. 
Bonds. 
Federal farm loan bonds, investment 

in, § 9049. 
Officers and employees of state 

banlts,, § 7850. 
Sureties on, § 7839. 
Books, papers, etc., inspection, § 7845. 
Branch banks. 

Capital required, § 7831. 

Capital stock, §§ 7831, 7832. 

Identification, § 7868. 

PubHcation of statement in county, § 

7863. 
State board of control, § 7829-2. 
Statement of assets and liabilities, 
publication in county, § 7863. 
Branch banks in school districts, as- 
sessment, § 2661. 
Breaking or entering bank with intent 

to steal, punishment, § 1141. 
By-laws, § 7845. 
Capital debentures. 

Issuance and sale, § 7836. 
Capital notes. 

Issuance and sale, § 7836. 
Capital stock. 
Branch banks, §§ 7831, 7832. 
Minimum requirements, §§ 7831(4), 

7834. 
Organization expenses, additional 

fund for, § 7831(3). 
Paid in capital required before issu- 
ance of charter, § 7833. 
Payment in cash, § 7831(2). 
Preferred stock. 

Issuance, § 7835. 
Regulations according to population, 

§ 7831. 
Security for faithful performance of 

duties, § 7839. 
Use in banking prohibited, § 7677. 
Cash depositories, §§ 7875 to 7875-9. 
Authorization, § 7875. 
Capital stock, § 7875-1. 
Checks cashed, § 7875-5. 
Deposit of funds, § 7875-7. 
Deposits, § 7875-3. 
Dividends, § 7875-9. 
Examinations, § 7875-6. 
Loans, § 7875-5. 
Monthly service charge, § 7875-4. 

Number limited, § 7875. 

Opening and closing accounts, § 

7875-5. 
Organization, § 7875-1. 
Powers, § 7875-2. 



BANKS (Cont'd) 
Cash depositories (Cont'd) 
Rejecting deposits, § 7875-5. 
Taxation, § 7875-8. 
Cashier. 
Certification of review by directors 
of state board of bank control's re- 
port, § 7869. 
Negotiable instrument drawn or in- 
dorsed to person as cashier, § 6793. 
Cash reserve, § 7844. 
Certificates of deposit. 
Duplicates for lost certificates, § 7849. 
New certificates, § 7848. 
Transfer binding only after notice, § 
7849. 
Charters. 
Forfeiture, § 7861. 
Organization expenses, additional 

fund for, § 7831. 
Paid in capital before issuance, § 

7833. 
Regulations according to population, 

§ 7831. 
Repugnant provisions repealed, § 

7855. 
Special, prohibited. Const. '95, art. 9, 

§ 9. 
Stock to be fully paid in cash, § 7831. 
Transfer of existing charters, § 7833. 
Checks, etc., issuance without sufficient 
funds on deposit, § 1167. 

Closed banks. 

Disposition, § 7871. 

Liquidation, § 7871. 
Collection of instruments for payment 

of money, §§ 6948-6963. 
Comptroller General, reports to, § 271. 
Conservators, § 7829-7. 

Borrowing money to pay dividends 
or reopen, § 7829-13. 

Qualifications, § 7829-9. 
Consolidation, state banks with na- 
tional banks, § 7867. 
Contract for collection of public funds, 

§ 7846. 
Control, §§ 7829 to 7829-13. See within 

this title, "Board of Bank Control." 
Corporate powers, § 7843. 
Counterfeiting, bank notes, bank to 

furnish witnesses on prosecution, § 

1507. 
Debentures. 

Issuance and sale of capital deben- 
tures, § 7836. 
Definition, § 6948. 
Deposits. 

Authority to receive, § 7843. 

By public officer for collection, § 
7846. 



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BANKS (Cont'd) 
Deposits (Cont'd) 

Cash depositories, §§ 7875 to 7875-9. 
See within this title, "Cash Deposi- 
tories". 

Cash reserve, § 7844. 

Certificates, new certificates, § 7843. 

Federal deposit insurance corpora- 
tion, § 7837. 

Joint deposits. 

Payment when made in name of 
two persons, § 7851. 

Publication of report, § 7861. 

Receipt after knowledge of insol- 
vency, § 7850. 

Security required for deposits of 
public funds or trust funds, § 7847. 

State funds not to be deposited with, 
exceptions, § 3188. 
Directors. 

Disqualified from acting as receiver, 
§ 7872. 

Excessive loan, penalty, § 7874-1. 

Indorsing loan to other officer, pen- 
alty, § 7874-1. 

Number, § 7749. 

Powers, § 7845. 

Review of reports of state board of 
bank control, § 7869. 

Unlawful borrowing from bank, § 
7874-1. 
Discount fee in lieu of interest, § 6739. 
Dividends, Rule under § 7829. 

Receivers borrowing money to pay, 
§ 7873. 
Drawing checks, etc., without sufficient 

funds, § 1167. 
Examination and inspection, laws pro- 
viding for. Const. '95, art. 9, § 9. 
Examinations. 

Cooperative credit unions, § 7915. 

Directors of state banking association 
to review reports, § 7869. 

Prior to completion of incorporation, 
§ 7884. 

State board of control, §§ 7829-5, 
7829-7. 
Examiners. 

Approval of by-laws of cooperative 
credit union, § 7917. 

Chief examiner to make affidavit 
and obtain warrant, § 7829-12. 

Cooperative credit unions, § 7915. 

Investigation of products pledged, § 
7858. 

Penalty for obstructing chief exam- 
iner or assistants or agents, § 7874-4. 

Reports by cooperative credit unions, 
§ 7935. 

State board of control. 
Chief examiner, § 7829-3. 
Compensation of chief and assist- 
ants, § 7829-4. 



BANKS (Cont'd) 
Executor or administrator. 

Additional security on acting as, § 
7841. 

Authority to act as, § 7838. 

Bank may act as, § 7838. 
False certificate to Comptroller Gen- 
eral, § 7852. 
False statements injurious to, § 7874-3. 
Federal agencies. 

Securing advances of acts and reso- 
lutions of Congress to aid and reg- 
ulate, § 7837. 
Federal deposit insurance corporation, 

§ 7837. 
Federal farm loan bonds, investment 

in, § 9049. 
Federal Home Loan Bank, §§ 7876-9 to 

7876-18. 

See Building and Loan and Saving 
and Loan Associations. 
Forfeiture of charter, failure to publish 

quarterly statement, § 7861. 
Formation of corporations or associa- 
tions. Const. '95, art. 9, § 9. 
Guardian. 

Additional security on acting as, § 
7841. 

Authority to act as, § 7838. 

Bank may act as guardian. § 7838. 
Holidays, § 7054. 
Housing authorities. 

Investment in mortgages insured by, 
§§ 7838-2, 7838-3. 

Investments and obligations, § 
5271-91. 

Loans and advances eligible for in- 
surance, §§ 7838-1, 7838-3. 

Loans secured, §§ 7838-1, 7838-3. 
Income tax, § 2676. 
Incorporation, Const. '95, art. 9, § 9. 
Industrial banks. 

Fine for failure to pay small loan, § 
6738. 

Interest on small loans, § 6738. 
Insolvency. 

Liquidation and disposition, § 7871. 

Notice to creditors, § 7871. 

Procedure, § 7871. 

Receipt of deposits with knowledge 
of § 7850. 

Reorganization of banks adjudged 
insolvent, § 7874. 
Inspection of books, papers, etc., § 7845. 
Installment loans, § 7856. 
Institutions loaning money and receiv- 
ing deposits, publication of report of 

condition, § 7861. 
Interest. 

Installment loans, § 7856. 
Investments, Rule under § 7829. 



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BANKS (Cont'd) 
Investments (Cont'd) 
Bonds of federal home loan bank, 

§ 9051-2. 
Bonds of Home Owners' Loan Cor- 
poration, § 9050-1. 
Federal farm loan bonds, § 9049. 
Mortgages insured by housing ad- 
ministrator, §§ 7838-2, 7838-3. 
Mortgages on real estate, limitations, 

§ 7843. 
National reserve association, § 7842. 
Shares in federal savings and loan 

associations, § 9051-2. 
Shares in state building and loan 
associations, § 9051-2. 
Joint deposits, § 7851. 
Limitation of actions, directors or stock- 
holders, actions against, § 367. 
Liquidating agents. 

See receivers in this title. 
Liquidation. 

State board of control, § 7829-8. 
Listing of shareholders and depositors, 

§ 2665. 
Loans, Rule under § 7829. 
Amount that may be borrowed from, 

§ 7857. 
Banks in other states, § 7853. 
Bank's own stock as security, § 7860. 
By certain industrial banks, § 6738. 
Discount fee in lieu of interest, § 6739. 
Installment loans, § 7856. 
Limitations, § 7857. 
On cotton stored in warehouse, § 

7858. 
Publication of report of conditions, § 

7861. 
To directors or officers, § 7858. 
Merger, see this title: Consolidation. 
Mortgages, limitations on investments, 

§ 7843. 
National banks. 
Consolidation with state banks, § 

7867. 
Dissolution and change to state bank, 

§ 7866. 
Inapplicable to, § 7865. 
Procedure for becoming state bank, 

§ 7866. 
State bank taxes equalized with, § 
2677. 
National reserve association, authorized 

to associate with, § 7842. 
Nonresident banks. 

Accounts and credits with, § 7853. 
Notes. 
Collection of instruments for pay- 
ment of money, §§ 6948-6963. 
Issuance and sale of capital notes, § 
7836. 



BANKS (Cont'd) 
Officers and employees. 
Appointment, etc., by directors, § 

7845. 
Arrest in civil actions, § 500. 
Bonds, S 7850. 

Certification of director's review of 
state board of bank control's re- 
port, § 7869. 
False certificate to comptroller gen- 
eral, § 1252. 
Receipt of deposits with knowledge 

of insolvency, § 7850. 
Unlawful borrowing from bank, § 

7874-1. 
Verification of acts, papers, etc., § 
7840. 
Organization expenses, § 7831. 
Payment of commercial paper, §§ 6948- 

6963. 
Powers, § 7843. 
Preferred stock. 

Issuance, § 7835. 
President. 
Certification of review by directors 
of state board of bank control's re- 
port, § 7869. 
Procedure for converting national bank 

into state bank, § 7866. 
Procedure for winding up closed banks, 

§ 7871. 
Publication of statements, § 7862. 

Branch banks, § 7863. 
Quarterly statement of condition and 

business, § 7861. 
Receipt of deposits with knowledge of 

insolvency, § 7850. 
Receivers. 
Appointment, § 7872. 
Audits, § 7872. 
Bond, § 7872. 
Borrowing money to pay dividends 

or debts, § 7873. 
Compensation, § 7872. 
Debtor, appointment of, § 7870. 
Pledge or sale of security, § 7873. 
Procedui-e for winding up closed 

banks, § 7871. 
State board of control, § 7829-7. 
Statement of receipts and expendi- 
tures to be filed every six months, 
§ 7872. 
Reorganization. 
Banks adjudged insolvent, § 7874. 
State board of control, § 7829-7. 

Reports. 
Quarterly, § 7861. 

Seal, S 7843. 

Security, banks' own stock, § 7860. 

Shares of stockholders, taxation for 

municipal purposes, Const. '95, art. 

10, S 5. 



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BANKS (Cont'd) 
Special charters prohibited, Const. '95, 
■art. 9, § 9. 
Special laws incorporating prohibited, 

Const. '95, art. 3. § 34. 
State bank commissioner, appointment 

by Governor, § 3094. 
State bank examiner. 

Powers and duties, § 7915. 
State banks. 

Changing national banks to, § 7866. 

Consolidation with national banking 
association, § 7867. 

Taxes equalized with national banks, 
§ 2677. 
State board of bank control. §§ 7829 to 

7829-13. See within this title, "Board 

of Bank Control". 
State depositories, §§ 3179-3183. 
State funds not to be deposited with, § 

3188. 
Statement. 

Branch banks, § 7863. 

Publication, § 7862. 
State treasurer. 

Safe in bank of city of Columbia, § 
3178. 
Stock. See this title: Capital Stock. 
Stockholders' liability, Const. '95, art. 

9, § 18. 

Stock required to be eligible as direc- 
tor, etc., § 7748. 
Suits by or against, § 7843. 
Surplus funds, § 7844. 
Taxation. 

See Taxes and Taxation. 
Trust companies. 

See Trust Companies. 
Trustee, authority to act as, § 7838. 
Trusts and trustees. 

Bank may act as, § 7838. 

Security for deposit of trust funds, § 
7847. 

BARBERS AND BARBERING, §§ 5250- 

31 to 5250-54. 
Board of barber examiners. 
Appointment, § 5250-36. 
Examinations. 

Duties of applicants, § 5250-39. 

Place, § 5250-40. 

Subjects, § 5250-40. 

Time, § 5250-40. 
Office, § 5250-37. 
Pay, § 5250-38. 
Removal, § 5250-36. 
Reports, § 5250-38. 
Rules and regulations, § 5250-46. 
Seal, § 5250-37. 
Secretary, § 5250-37. 
Terms, § 5250-36. 



BARBERS AND BARBERING (Cont'd) 

Certificates. 
See within this title, "Registration." 
Revocation, § 5250-49. 
Cosmetologists, §§ 5250-11 to 5250-26. 
See Hairdressers and Cosmetologists. 
Definitions. 

Practice of barbering defined, § 
5250-32. 
Examination. 
See within this title, "Board of Bar- 
ber Examiners." 
E.xemptions, §§ 5250-45, 5250-53. 
Fees, § 5250-44. 
Hairdressing, §§ 5250-11 to 5250-26. 

See Hairdressers and Cosmetologists. 
Invalidity, § 5250-54. 
Non-residents, § 5250-42. 
Penalty, § 5250-51. 
Records, § 5250-52. 
Registration. 
Apprentices. 
Not to operate shop, § 5250-34. 
Qualifications, § 5250-23. 
Certificate required, § 5250-31. 
Certificates. 

Display, § 5250-47. 
Hearing on issuance, renewal, sus- 
pension or revocation, § 5250-50. 
Issuance, § 5250-41. 
Refusing to issue or renew, § 

5250-49. 
Renewal, § 5250-48. 
Suspension, § 5250-49. 
Time of expiration, § 5250-48. 
Fees, § 5250-44. 

Present practitioner, § 5250-43. 
Quahfications, § 5250-35. 
Rules and regulations, Rule under § 

5250-46. 
Schools, § 5250-46. 
Shops. 

Inspection, § 5250-46. 
State board of barber examiners. 
See within this title, "Board of Bar- 
Ber Examiners." 

BARBITURATES 

Sale, barter or exchange, § 5128-25. 

BAR EXAMINATIONS 

See Attorneys. 

BARLEY 

Burning, punishment, § 1134. 
Standard bushel, § 6645. 

BARNWELL COUNTY 

Appointment of representatives, § 2052; 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Appropriations. 

Contracts drawn in excess of, pen- 
alty, §§ 4007, 4008. 



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BARNWELL COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Appropriations (Cont'd) 

Regulation of disposition, § 4007. 
Auctioneers. 

Employment for judicial sales, § 
4019-1. 
Board of county directors. 
Assistants, agents, etc., § 3996. 
Chairman, § 3993. 
Clerk. 
Bond, § 3997. 
Duties, § 3996. 
Salary, § 3997. 
Constables, fees, worthless checks, § 

3718-1. 
Contracts in excess of appropriation 

prohibited, § 3998. 
Duties devolved on, § 3994. 
Employees, compensation, § 3997. 
General duties, § 3995. 
Meetings, § 3998. 
Members, bond, § 3993. 
Purchase of supplies, § 3999. 
Warrants, signatures required, § 3998. 
Board of managers in charge of poor- 
house, § 4004. 
Bonds. 

Board of county directors, § 3993. 

Clerk, § 3993, 
Supervisor of roads, § 3997. 
Boundaries, § 2981. 
Chaingang. 
Control by county commissioner, § 

4012. 
Supjplies, § 4011. 

Visit by county commissioner, § 4006. 
Circuit court, terms, § 52. 
Claims, payment, restrictions, § 4010. 
Clerk of court. 
Compensation, § 4019. 
Fees, § 4925. 

Excepted, § 4923. 
Common pleas, terms, § 52. 
Commutation tax, § 4015. 
Failure to pay, § 4016. 
List of persons liable, § 4017. 
Return, § 4018. 

Williston and Blackville townships, 
disposition of, § 4013. 
Constables, § 3754. 
Convicts. 
Inspection by county commissioner, 

§ 4006. 
Record of, § 4001. 
County board of managers. 
Books, S 4002. 

Claims, payment, limitations, § 4010. 
Contracts for road work and supplies, 

§ 4010. 
County officers to supply written in- 
formation to, § 4003. 
Exceeding appropriations, § 4008. 
Inspection of chaingang, § 4006. 



BARNWELL COUNTY (Cont'd) 
County board of managers (Cont'd) 

Publication of quarterly statement, § 
4000. 

Record of prisoners, § 4001. 

Reports, § 4006. 

Supplies, contracts for, § 4010. 
County court, provisions as to inappli- 
cable, S 101. 
County managers. 

Appointment, § 3992. 

Powers and duties, § 3992. 

Term, § 3992. 

Vacancy, § 3992. 
County supervisor. 

Exceeding appropriations, § 4008. 

Statement, filed with county commis- 
sioners, § 4014. 

Statement of claims audited, publica- 
tion, inapplicable, § 3827. 

Supervision of roads and bridges, § 
4012. 
County treasurer. 

Publication of statement of fines, §§ 
3727, 3728. 

Security for deposits, § 2844-1. 

Unclaimed funds to be paid to by 
master, § 3700-5. 
Depositaries of public funds, bonds by, 

S 2844-1. 
Elections, voting precincts, § 2296. 
Expenditures, publication of list by 

county treasurer, § 4009. 
Fees. 

Clerk of court, §§ 4923, 4925. 

Probate judge, § 4944. 

Worthless checks, § 3718-1. 
Fines, acceptance of by other than 

clerk of court, penalty, § 1579. 
Forestry. 

County forest fire control organiza- 
tion act, § 4019-2. 
General sessions, terms of, § 52. 
Grand juries, foreman, authorized to 

swear witnesses, inapplicable, § 977. 
High schools, organization into dis- 
tricts, § 5562-6. 
High school system, § 5627. 
Highways. 

Hauling timber over, regulated, § 
1667. 

State highway system, § 5934. 
Ice plants, operation authorized, inap- 
plicable. Const. '95, art. 8, § 13. 
Jail. 

Management, § 2844-2. 
Judicial sales. 

Auctioneers, § 4019-1. 
Jurors, term of, § 625. 
Magistrates, § 3754. 

Fees, worthless checks, § 3718-1. 



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BARNWELL COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Marriage license, fee of probate judge, 

§ 8558. 
Master. 
Appointment, term, etc., § 3678. 
Payment of unclaimed funds to 

county treasurer, § 3700-5. 
Practice of law, § 3683. 
Poorhouse and farm, in charge of board 

of managers, § 4004. 
Prisoners and convicts, food to con- 
form with diet lists, § 4005. 
Probate judge. 
Employment of auctioneers, § 4019-1. 
Fees, § 4944. 

Marriage license fee, § 8558. 
Public funds, bonds by depositaries, § 

2844-1. 
Referee, officCiibolished, § 3678. 
Public school ^tem, § 5532. 
Road districts, § 3991. 
Road work. 

Contracts, § 4010. 
School districts. 

Dunbarton grammar school, § 5533-8. 
Ellenton district not a part of Dun- 
barton high school district, § 5532. 
Ellenton school district No. 53, § 

5533-5. 
Four Mile district No. 11 taken, out 
of Dunbarton high school district, 
§ 5532. 
Levy of taxes, § 5531. 
School trustees. 
Ashleigh school district No. 24, § 

5533-2. 
Blackville high school district, § 

5533-2. 
Blackville school district No. 19, § 

5533-2. 
District No. 9, § 5533-1. 
District No. 12, § 5533-3. 
District No. 45, § 5533-4. 
Double-Pond school district No. 20, 

§ 5533-2. 
Election of trustees now chosen oth- 
erwise than by election, § 5533. 
Healing Springs school district No. 

10, § 5533-2. 
High school system of county, § 5532. 
New Forest school district, § 5533-6. 
Tinker Creek school district, § 5533-7. 
Sheriff, § 3552-3. 
Employment of auctioneers, § 4019-1. 
Fees, § 4950. 
Service of process without charge, § 

4953. 
Worthless checks, fees, § 3718-1. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(7), 5934. 
Streams. 
Duty of landowner to clean out, in- 
applicable, § 1217. 
Running streams, obstructing, § 1214. 



BARNWELL COUNTY (Cont'd) 

Supervisor of roads. 
Bond, etc., § 3997. 
Employment, § 3996. 
Supplies, contracts for, § 4010. 
Supplies for chaingangs, weighing of, 

§ 4011. 
Taxes. 
Collection by county treasurer, inap- 
plicable, § 2773. 
Collection of delinquent taxes, § 

2844-2. 
Duties of treasurer as to tax execu- 
tions, § 2844-2. 
Exemption of certain manufactories, 

§ 2840(1). 
Exemptions, § 2840(1). 
School districts. 
Levy, § 5531. 
Tax collector, § 2844-2. 
Township boards of assessors, duties 
devolved on township boards of 
commissioners, § 2739. 
Timber, hauling over highways regu- 
lated, § 1667. 
Township boards of assessors, duties 
devolved on township boards of 
commissioners, § 2739. 
Township boards of commissioners, 

compensation, § 2740. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 

BARNWELL, TOWN OF 

Commission of public works abolished 
and duties devolved, § 7675-6. 

BARRELS 

Beef, § 6560. 

Construction for packing pork and 

beef, § 6562. 
Hauling on highways, § 1665. 
Pork, § 6560. 
Standard weight, § 6645. 

BARREL STAVES 

Dimensions, § 6565. 

BASTARDS 

Adoption, restrictions, § 8679. 
Annual payment by reputed father for 

maintenance, § 1726. 
Apprenticeship of by county commis- 
sioner, § 3852. 

Maintenance money, disposition, § 
3853. 
Bond by reputed father, § 1726. 
Children of parties cohabiting before 

emancipation, legitimatized, § 8570. 
Collateral relatives to inherit upon 

death of mother and child, § 8913. 
Conveyances to, void when, § 8695. 
Death by wrongful act, § 8913. 



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BASTARDS (Cont'd) 

Descent and distribution. 
Issue of marriage contracted after 
seven year absence of spouse, § 
8913-1. 

Devise or bequest to, limitations, §§ 
8695, 8827. 

Evasion or resistance of warrant by ac- 
cused, indictment, § 1728. 

Inheritance. 
Collateral relatives if mother and 

child dead, § 8913. 
From mother, §§ 8913, 8914. 
Inheritance by or from illegitimates, 

§ 8913. 
Issue of marriage contracted after 
seven year absence of spouse, § 
8913-1. 

Jury trial, security by accused on con- 
viction, § 1729. 

Legitimation by subsequent marriage. 
§ 255(19). 

Limitation on action, § 255(19). 

Maintenance by reputed father, § 1726. 
Bond, etc., § 1726. 

Mother to inherit from, §§ 8913, 8914. 

Recognizance by accused, § 1726. 
Refusal to enter into, § 1728. 

Special laws authorizing legitimation 
of children prohibited, Const. '95, art. 
3, § 34. 

Twins, recognizance for support of 
both, § 1730. 

■Warrants, § 255(19). 

■Woman refusing to declare father, 
commitment to jail or security re- 
quired, § 1727. 

BATESBURG, TOWN OF 

Cash depository securing deposits, § 
7675-7. 

BATHS 

Cities over 20,000, § 7535. 

BATTERY 

See Assault and Battery. 

BATTLE FIELD 

Monuments, mutilation, § 1265. 

BAWDY HOUSE 

Injunction to abate as nuisance, §§ 
575-583. 

BEACH BRANCH BAPTIST CHURCH 

Exemption from taxation, § 2578(45). 

BEACHES 

Aeronautics. 
Operation on front beach of Isle of 
Palms, § 1690. 



BEACHES (Cont'd) 
Motor vehicles. 
Operation on beaches, § 1688. 
Operation on front beach of Isle of 
Palms during certain months, § 1690. 

BEACONS 

Changing position of, § 1263. 

Cost of repairs, lien on vessel dam- 
aging, § 1264. 

Injuring or mooring of vessels to, §§ 
1261, 2047. 

BEANS 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

BEAR 

Closed season on, § 1782-2. 

BEAUFORT, CITY OF 

Acquisition of land for aviation field 
or golf course, § 7675-8. 

Bonded indebtedness, limitations, in- 
applicable. Const. '95, art. 8, § 7, art. 
10, § 5. 

Carnivals and tent shows excepted 
from provisions prohibiting, § 6333. 

Commissioners of pilotage, § 6683. 

Commissioners of public works. 
Appointment, § 7281. 
Clerk, § 7281. 
Powers and duties, § 7281. 
Terms and vacancies, § 7281. 

Control and supervision of public 
docks, wharves and piers, § 7675-9. 

Establishment and maintenance of pub- 
lic docks and piers, § 7675-10. 

Port quarantine, § 5060. 

■Vesting of lands on river front in, § 
2253. 

BEAUFORT COUNTY 

Abutting property, assessment for pub- 
lic improvements. Const. '95, art. 10, 
§ 13A. 
Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Board of county directors. 
Appointment, § 4022. 
Bonds, § 4024. 
Bookkeeping system, § 4026. 
Chairman, § 4024. 
Clerk. 

Bond, etc., § 4028. 

Duties, etc., § 4027. 

Licenses to hawkers and peddlers, 
§ 7128. 
Composition, § 4021. 
Co-operation in prevention of erosion 

and preservation of beaches, § 4026. 
Duties devolved on, § 4025. 
Employees, §§ 4027, 4028. 
General duties, § 4026. 



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BEAUFORT COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Board of county directors (Cont'd) 

Office, § 4026. 

Real property, § 4028-1. 

Renting public wharves, § 4035-1. 
Bonded debt, excepted from constitu- 
tional limitations. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 5. 
Bonds, supervisor of roads, § 4028. 
Borrowing from federal agency, § 

3955-2. 
Boundaries. § 2982. 
Buckingham ferry, wharves, § 4035. 
Canals and ditches, St. Helena Town- 
ship, refusal to work on, § 6153. 
Chattel mortgages on crops, recording, 

inapplicable, § 3639-1(1). 
Circuit court, terms, § 64. 
Clerk of court. 

Fees, §§ 4923, 4927. 

Fees, excepted, § 4923. 

Recording copy of plats, § 4925. 
Commissioners of health and drainage, 

county board of commissioners to 

act as, § 6156. 
Common pleas, terms, § 64. 
Commutation tax. 

Amount, § 4029. 

Collection, § 4030. 

Expenditure, § 4032. 

Failure to pay, § 4031. 
Constables. 

Fees in worthless check cases, § 
3718-1. 

Location and salary, § 3755. 
Cotton. 

Traffic in lint cotton, no license re- 
quired, § 6395. 

Traffic in without license, inapplica- 
ble, § 6400. 
Cotton weighers, certain provisions in- 
applicable, § 6405. 
County auditor. 

Duties relative to dog tax, § 2616-1. 

Term, § 2698. 
County board of commissioners. 

Licenses to mercantile firms, § 7143. 
County board of education, compensa- 
tion, § 4040. 
County commissioners. 

Election and term, § 3821. 

Neglect of duty as to mercantile li- 
censes, § 7144. 
County courts, provisions as to inap- 
plicable, § 101. 
County treasurer. 

Bond, § 2769. 

Compensation, § 3203. 

Publication of annual report, § 2829. 

Term, § 2769. 
Deposit of public funds, § 2845-6. 



BEAUFORT COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Deputy sheriffs, § 3497. 

Appointment and removal, § 3552-4. 

Bonds, § 3552-4. 

Equipment, § 3552-4. 

Oath, § 3552-4. 

Powers and duties, § 3552-4. 

Salaries and expenses, § 3552-4. 

Salary, § 4040. 

Term, § 3552-4. 
Dogs, without license declared nui- 
sances, § 2616-1. 
Dog tax, § 2616-1. 
Drainage. 

Canals and ditches of St. Helena 
township, § 6153. 

Powers and duties of county commis- 
sioners, § 6156. 

Refusal to work on drains, § 6153. 
Elections, voting precincts, § 2296. 
Fees. 

Clerk of court, § 4927. 

Sheriff, § 3542. 
Fisheries inspector, appointment, § 

3316. 
Forfeited land commission, § 2845-5. 
General sessions, terms, § 64. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5933-1(3). 
Hawkers. 

Candy or similar products, § 7128-2. 

Licenses, § 7128. 

Selling drugs, medicine, etc., license 
tax, § 7125. 
Highways. 

Abandonment of, § 4034. 

Assessment of abutting property 
Const. '95, art. 10, § 13A. 

Cutting or destroying trees along § 
1651. 

Method of working, § 5813. 

Obstructing or plowing of, § 1653. 

State highway system, §§ 5933-1(3), 
5934. 

Timber carts, § 1670. 

Tractors, § 4033. 

Width, § 5815. 
Investment of sinking funds, inappli- 
cable, § 3884. 
Jailer, appointment, duties, etc., §§ 

3552-4, 4028. 
Janitor of courthouse, salary, § 4040. 
Jenkins Island, wharves, § 4035. 
Lands ceded to United States for mili- 
tary purposes, § 2042(57). 
Lands granted to United States for 

naval and military purposes, § 

2042(62). 
License tax. 

Dogs, § 2616-1. 

Hawkers and peddlers, §§7125, 7128. 



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BEAUFORT COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Magistrates. 
Criminal jurisdiction, § 3755. 
Fees in worthless check cases, § 

3718-1. 
Location and salary, § 3755. 
Marsh land granted to United States, § 

2042(56). 
Mercantile firms. 
Licenses, § 7141. 
Amount, § 7142. 
Granting, § 7143. 

Neglect of duty by county commis- 
sioners, § 7144. 
Penalty if without, § 7145. 
Revocation, § 7144. 
Mill dams, removal by commissioner 

of health and drainage, § 6156. 
Offices. 
Closing certain hours from May to 
September, § 4035-2. 
Peddlers, licenses, §§ 7125, 7128. 
Public roads, abandonment of, § 4034. 
Registration, United States tax com- 
missioners' titles, § 8888. 
Roads. 

Supervisor of roads, § 4023. 
Rural electrification. 

Exemption from taxation, § 2845. 
St. Helena township. 
Canals and ditches. 
Failure to work on, § 6153. 
Working on, § 6153. 
School districts. 
Bluffton township, § 5535-2. 
District No. 10, § 5535. 
School trustees. 
District No. 10, § 5535. 
School district No. 26, § 5535-1. 
Yemassee school district No. 26, § 
5535-1. 
Sheriff. 
Appointment of deputies, § 3552-4. 
Appointment of jailor, § 3552-4. 
Deputy, § 3552-4. 
Salary, § 4040. 
Duties as to jail, § 3552-4. 
Foes for judicial sales, § 3542. 
Sinking fund, investment, inapplicable, 

S 3884(6). 
State commission of forestry. 
Development of Hunting Island, § 
3284-5. 
State highway system, §§ 5933-1(3), 

5934. 
Streams, duty of landowner to clean 

out, inapplicable, § 1217. 
Superintendent of education, publica- 
tion of expenditures, § 5534. 
Supervisor of roads, § 4023. 
Bond, § 4028. 
Employment and duties, § 4027. 



BEAUFORT COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Taxes. 

Date tax books open, § 2845-3. 

Dogs, § 2616-1. 

Exemptions, § 2845. 

Payment in installments, § 2845-3. 

Time for making returns, § 2845-2. 

Time for opening tax books, § 2845-4. 

Township board of assessors, § 
2845-1. 

Township board of commissioners. 
Compensation, § 2740. 
Duties, § 2739. 
Timber carts, operation over highways 

regulated, § 1670. 
Township boards of assessors, § 2845-1. 
Township boards of commissioners, 

compensation, § 2740. 
Tractors, use on highways regulated, § 

4033. 
Trees, cutting or destroying trees along 

highways, § 1651. 
United States tax commissioners' titles, 

recording, § 8888. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 
Water courses, drainage, § 6156. 
Wharves. 

Renting public wharves, § 4035-1. 
Wharves at Buckingham Ferry and 

Jenkins Island, § 4035. 
Yemassee school district No. 26, § 

5535-1. 

BEAUTY PARLORS, §§ 5250-11 to 5250- 
26. 
See Hairdressers and Cosmetologists. 

BEDDING, §§ 5057-11 to 5057-22. 
Definitions, S 5057-11. 
Disinfection, § 5057-15. 
Enforcement, § 5057-20. 
Exemptions, § 5057-22. 
Infectious and contagious diseases. 
Not to sell bedding used by persons 
having, § 5057-14. 
Inspection, S 5057-18. 

Powers of officers inspecting, § 5057- 
19. 
Label or tag, § 5057-16. 
Material not to be used, § 5057-13. 
Penalty, § 5057-21. 
Principals and agents. 

Liability, S 5057-12. 
Rules and regulations. 

Sterilization, Rule under § 5002, §§ 
1, 2, pp. 168, 169. 
Sale of used bedding, § 5057-15. 
Label or tag, § 5057-16. 
Tag. 
Defacement and alteration, § 5057- 
17. 
Shoddy. 
Definition, § 5057-13. 



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BEDDING (Cont'd) 
State board of health. 
Duties and powers. 

Defacement or alteration, § 5057-17. 
Supervision and inspection, § 5057- 
18. 
Sterilization, § 5057-15. 

BEEF 

Barrels. 

Construction, § 6562. 

Contents and weights, § 6560. 
Killing cattle for packing not penned 

twelve hours, § 6561. 
Standard barrel, § 6645. 

BEER 

See Intoxicating Liquors. 
Charleston county. 

Disposition of revenue from, § 4077-4. 
Cherokee county. 

Disposition of beer revenue, § 4121-5. 
Non-Intoxicating liquors, §§ 2557-1 to 
2557-17. 

See Non-intoxicating Liquors. 

BEES 

Contagious and infectious diseases. 
Appropriation, expenditure of, § 

3269(6). 
Certificate of inspection, § 3269(1). 
Fixtures used, introduction, regu- 
lated, § 3269(4). 
Inspection of bees and fixtures, § 

3269(3). 
Permits for shipment, § 3269(1). 
Removal from state, § 3269(3). 
Rules and regulations, § 3269(2). 
Shipment into state, § 3269(1). 
State crop pest commission, powers, § 

3269(2). 
Violations, penalties, § 3269(5). 

BEETS 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

BENEFICIARIES 

Death by wrongful act, § 412. 

Insurance, married women and chil- 
dren exempt from creditors claims, § 
7985. 

Trust. 
See Trust and Trustees. 

Wills, subscribing witness as, § 8919. 

BENEFITS 

See Drains and Drainage; Fraternal 
Benefit Associations. 

BENEVOLENT STATE INSTITUTIONS 

Directors, appointment or election. 



Const. '95, art. 12, § 4. 



BENNETTSVILLE, CITY OF 

Bonded debt, limitations, exceptions. 
Const. '95, art. 8^ § 7. 

Commissioners of public works, abol- 
ished, § 7281. 

Recorder, § 970. 

BENZINE 

Inspection of illuminating oil, gasoline, 
etc., §§ 6575-6586. 

BEQUESTS 

See Devisees and Bequests. 
Religious, charitable, etc., validated, § 
9053. 

BERKELEY COUNTY 

Animals running at large. 

Arbitration of damages by, § 6281. 

Sections relating to, suspended for 
10 years, § 6281. 
Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Board of assessors, equalization of tax 

on timber returns, § 4057. 
Board of equalization, duties devolved 

on board of tax assessors, § 2846. 
Board of tax assessors, § 2846. 
Board of township cominissioners. 

Aggregate value of property, § 2846- 
1(4). 

Appeal to county board of equaliza- 
tion, § 2846-1(5). 

Appointment, § 2846-1(1). 

Compensation, § 2846-1(2). 

Description of land from owner, § 
2846-1(3). 

Duties, § 2846-1(2). 

Interference with by courts prohib- 
ited, § 2846-1(5). 

Report to county auditor, § 2846-1(4). 
Bonneau high school district, § 5540-2. 
Boundaries, § 2983. 
Cattle, hauling of at night, § 1597. 
Chattle mortgages on crops, recording, 

inapplicable, § 3636. 
Circuit court, terms, § 51. 
Clerk of court. 

Election, §§ 2350, 3577. 

Fees, §§ 4925, 4927-1. 
Excepted, § 4923. 

Office hours, § 4061. 
Common pleas, terms, § 59. 
Commutation tax. 

Amount, §§ 4037, 4053. 

Collection, § 4039. 

Failure to pay, §§ 1725, 4039. 

List of persons liable, § 4038. 

Persons liable for, § 4036. 

Record of persons paying, § 5864. 

Returns, § 4038. 

Road duty in lieu of, § 4037. 



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BERKELEY COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Constables. 

Number, § 3756. 

Salary, § 3756. 
Convicts. 

Hiring or farming out, § 1035. 

Roads working on, § 1960-1(1). 
Coroner, election, §§ 2350, 3553. 
Cotton weighers, certain provisions in- 
applicable, § 6405. 
County attorney, office abolished, § 

4059. 
County auditor. 

Office hours, § 4061. 

School budgets, levy to meet re- 
quirements of, § 5538. 

Tax and timber returns, § 4057. 

Term, § 5698. 
County board of commissioners, office 

abolished, § 4042. 
County board of education. 

Additional powers and duties, § 5537. 

Appointment of members, § 5316. 

Approval of reception of pupils at 
high school dormitories, § 5540. 

Budgets of school districts, § 5538. 

Composition, § 5316. 

Terms, § 5316. 

Transportation of pupils, § 5538-1. 
County board of equalization. 

Appeal from board of township com- 
missioners, § 4068. 

Compensation, § 2741. 

Duties, S 2737. 

Meetings, § 2747. 
County courts, provisions as to inap- 
plicable, § 101. 
County funds. 

Diversion of unpledged funds to oth- 
er claims § 4058. 

Payment of interest, § 2846-2. 

Security for deposit, § 2846-2. 

Unauthorized deposits, penalty, § 
2846-2. 
County officers, election, time of, in- 
applicable, § 2350. 
County property, misuse of, § 1174-1. 
County supervisor. 

Bond, § 4042. 

Borrowing money on credit of coun- 
ty, obligation for repayment, §§ 
3881-3883. 

Clerk of, § 4042. 

Compensation, § 4042. 

Convicts, working on roads, § 3832. 

Duties of county board of commis- 
sioners devolved on, § 4042. 

Prisoners intending to plead guilty, 
working of, § 1960-1(2). 

Report to by county treasurer, § 4047. 

Statement of claims, audited, publi- 
cation, inapplicable, § 3827. 



Term, §§ 3818. 4042. 



BERKELEY COUNTY (Cont'd) 
County treasurer. 

Bond, § 2769. 

Diversion of unpledged funds to oth- 
er claims, § 4058. 

Office hours, § 4061. 

Publication of statement of fines, §§ 
3727, 3728. 

Report monthly to supervisor, § 4047. 

Report to county board of commis- 
sioners, § 2778. 

Security for deposits, § 2808. 

Term, § 4041. 

Unauthorized deposits, penalty, § 
2846-2. 
Cross high school district, § 5540-3. 
Depository of county funds to furnish 

bond, § 2846-2. 
Dog tax, § 2616. 
Election. 

County officers, time of, inapplicable, 
§ 2350. 

Voting precincts, § 2296. 
Fees. 

Clerk of court, § 4925. 

Magistrates, § 4947. 
General sessions, terms, § 59. 
Grand juries, foreman authorized to 

swear witnesses, inapplicable, § 977. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(9). 
Health department. 

Vital statistics, § 5055-3. 
High school districts, St. Stephens, § 

5540-5. 
High school dormitories, approval of 

reception of pupils, § 5540. 
Highways. 

Board of highway beautification, § 
4063. 

Convicts and prisoners, working on, 
§§ 1960-1(1), 1960-1(2). 

Method of working, § 5813. 

Placing dirt, trash, etc., on, inappli- 
cable, § 1659. 

State highway system, §§ 5933-1(4), 
5934. 

Width, § 5816. 
Inquests, jury, fees and mileage, inap- 
plicable, § 1070. 
Legal advisor, § 4059. 
License tax. 

Dogs, § 2616. 

Timber carts, § 1671. 
Macedonia high school district, § 5540- 

4. 
Magistrate. 

Fees, § 4947. 

Number, § 3756. 

Salary, § 3756. 
Master. 

Appointment, term, etc., § 3678. 



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BERKELEY COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Master (Cont'd) 
Bond, § 3679. 

Deposit of funds, inapplicable, § 
3692. 
Offices, office hours, § 4061. 
Poor Commission. 
Appointment and term, § 4062. 
Compensation, § 4062. 
Jurisdiction, § 4062. 
Meetings, § 4062. 
Postage to county officers, § 3877. 
Prisons and prisoners. 
Working of convicts and prisoners in 
jail awaiting trial, § 1960-1. 
Probate judge, office hours, § 4061. 
Referee, office abolished, § 3678. 
Register of mesne conveyances. 
Fee for recording certain mortgages 
on crops and personalty, § 3639-2. 
Road duty. 
Exemptions, § 5861. 
Persons liable, § 4036. 
St. Stephens high school district, § 

5540-5. 
School districts. 
Budgets, § 5538. 
Higli school districts. 
Reception of pupils at dormitories, 
§ 5540. 
Schools. 
Contracts of teachers, bus drivers, 

etc., § 5537-4. 
Employment of teachers, bus drivers 

and other employees, § 5537-3. 
Enrollment of school children, § 5539. 
Reception of pupils at dormitories of 

high school districts, § 5540. 
Transportation of children, §§ 5537-1, 

5538-1. 
Use sinking fund moneys to finance, 
§ 4048. 
School trustees. 
Appointment, § 5537-2. 
Approval of reception of pupils at 

high school dormitories, § 5540. 
Bonneau high school district, § 5540- 

2. 
Budget. 
Contents, § 5538. 
Copy furnished auditor, § 5538. 
Census of dogs, § 2616. 
Cross high school district, § 5540-3. 
Election, § 5537-2. 

High school district No. 10, § 5540-1. 
High school trustees, § 5537-2. 
Macedonia high school district, § 

5540-4. 
Number, § 5537-2. 
Removal, § 5537-2. 
St. Stephens high school district, § 

5540-5. 
School district No. 16, § 5540-1. 



BERKELEY COUNTY (Cont'd) 
School trustees (Cont'd) 

School district No. 19, § 5540-1. 

Transportation of pupils, § 5538-1. 

Vacancy, § 5537-2. 
Sentence, allowance for service prior 

to, § 1960-1(2). 
Sheriff. 

Convicts and prisoners working on 
roads, §§ 1960-1(1), 1960-1(2). 

Election, time of, §§ 2350, 3473. 

Salary, § 4040. 
Sinking fund. 

Use monies to finance schools or for 

general purposes, § 4048. 
Special road tax, expenditure, § 4053. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(9), 

5933-1(4), 5934. 
Stock law, suspended in portions of 

county, § 6281. 
Streams. 

Duty of landowner to clean out, in- 
applicable, § 1217. 

Obstruction, inapplicable, § 1217. 
Superintendent of education. 

County board of education, member 
of, § 5316. 

Office hours, § 4061. 

Salary, § 4040. 

Term, §§ 4040, 5301. 
Taxes. 

Board of tax assessors, § 2846. 

Duties of auditor and treasurer as to 
taxes of Moncks Corner, § 2846-11. 

Exemption of manufactories. Const. 
'95, art. 8, § 8. 

Returns, § 4057. 
Timber carts, license tax, § 1671. 
Timber, returns, taking of, § 4057. 
Vital statistics, § 5055-3. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 
Witnesses, fees, § 4964. 

BETHUNE, TOWN OF 

Cotton weigher, § 6430. 

BETTERMENTS 

Recovery by defendant in ejectment, § 

8831. 
Allegation of value in answer, § 8836. 
Assessment of value, § 8837. 
Complaint, § 8833. 
Determination of value, § 8832. 
Exempt from execution on judgment, 

§ 8837. 
Inapplicable in certain cases, § 8839. 
Judgment stayed until sale, § 8834. 
Lien for betterments, § 8834. 
Plaintiff to recover nothing for 

mesne profits, § 8838. 
Proceedings, § 8833. 
Sale of land, § 8835. 
Special verdict, § 8834. 



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BETTING 

See Gaming. 
Elections, § 1740. 
Officers. Const. '95, art. 17, § 8. 

BEVERAGES 

See Food; Intoxicating Liquors. 

License tax, §§ 2532-2542. 

Use of bottles, kegs, etc., of others pro- 
hibited, § 5129-11. 

BICYCLES 

See, also, Motor Vehicles. 
As baggage, § 8412. 
Careless riding and driving, § 1628. 
Forfeiture, use in transportating liquor, 

§ 1898. 
Larceny of, punishment, § 1145. 
Use without permission, § 1209. 

BIGAMY 

See Marriage. 
Definition, § 1434. 
Marriage void, § 8568. 
Punishment, § 1434. 

BILLIARDS AND POCKET BILLIARDS 

Aplication, contents, § 6338. 
Billiard room, defined, § 6337. 
Billiard table, defined, § 6337. 
Blinds prohibited, § 6342. 
Bond. 

Action on for penalties, etc., § 6346. 

Failure to renew, § 6345. 

Licensee, § 6340. 
Connections with gambling resorts, 

etc.. prohibited, § 6343. 
Definitions, 6337. 

Diligence by proprietors, etc., to en- 
force provision, § 6352. 
Exemption, fraternal orders, etc., § 

6350. 
Gaming. 

Excepted, § 1738. 
Licenses, vol. 2, p. 1496. 

Application, § 6338. 

Bond by licensee, § 6340. 

Contents, § 6338. 

Forfeiture, § 6345. 

Form, § 6339. 

Issuance, § 6339. 

Operation without, § 6348. 

Qualification of applicant, § 6338. 
License tax, § 6347; vol. 2, p. 1496. 
Minors, § 6349. 
Open, hours, § 6340. 
Operation regulated, § 6341. 
Operation without license, § 6348. 
Partitions, etc., prohibited, § 6342. 
Penalties, § 6345. 

Operation without license, § 6348. 
Placards, as to minors, posting, § 6344. 



BILLIARDS AND POCKET BILLIARDS 

(Cont'd) 
Pocket billiard room, defined, § 6337. 
Pocket billiard table, S 6337. 
Profit, defined, § 6337. 
Proprietors, etc., to exercise diligence, 

§ 6352. 
Restrictions on operation, § 6341. 
Screens, etc., prohibited, § 6342. 

BILLS 

See Congress; Statutes. 

BILLS AND NOTES 

See Negotiable Instruments. 

Action by assignee, defenses and set- 
offs, § 398. 

Attachment, § 540. 

Blue sky law, §§ 8114 to 8136. 
See Securities Act. 

Checks, drafts, etc., drawing and ut- 
tering without sufficient funds, § 
1167. 

Collection by banks, §§ 6948-6963. 

Laborers, checks or scripts as wages, § 
7030-12. 

Larceny, § 1142. 

Limitation of actions, § 366. 
One action against persons severally 
liable, § 407. 

Protest for non-payment by notary 
public, § 711. 

Securities act, §§ 8114 to 8136. 
See Securities Act. 

BILLS OF ATTAINDER 

Prohibited, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 9; 
Const. '95, art. 1, § 8. 
State, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(1). 

BILLS OF COSTS 

See Costs. 

BILLS OF CREDIT 

States prohibited from emitting. Const. 
U. S. art. 1, § 10. 

BILLS OF EXCEPTIONS 

See Appeal; Exceptions and Objec- 
tions. 

BILLS OF EXCHANGE 

See Negotiable Instruments. 

BILLS OF LADING 

See Carriers. 

BINDING 

See Public Printing. 
Acts, journal, etc., § 2106. 

BIRDS 

See Game. 

Mocking bird is state bird, § 1777. 



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BIRTHS 

Certificates by registrars of vital statis- 
tics, § 5133. 

Record of data regarding births of cer- 
tain citizens over age of 23, § 3622-1. 

Report to state board of health, § 5026. 

BISHOPVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
NO. 1 

Bonded indebtedness, constitutional 
limitations inapplicable, Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 5. 

BISHOPVILLE, TOWN OF 

Bonded debt, constitutional limitations, 
inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 

School district No. 1, bonded indebted- 
ness, limitations inapplicable, Const. 
'95, art. 10, § 5. 

BLACKBERRIES 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

BLACKSBURG, TOWN OF 

Borrowing from federal agencies for 

public projects, § 7675-11. 
Commissioners of public works, § 7281. 
Officers, § 7446. 

Peace officers to give bonds, § 7675-12. 
Voting precinct, § 2296. 

BLIND 

See South Carolina Institute for 
Deaf, Dumb and Blind. 
Aid to needy blind, §§ 4996-40 to 4996- 
49. 
See Aid to Needy Blind. 
Jury and jurors. 

Blind persons drawing, § 630-1. 
Physicians and surgeons. 

Instilling prophylactic in eyes of 
newborn baby, § 5043-1. 
Public buildings. 

Permit to operate vending and sales 
stands, § 2255-2. 
State institutions. 
Employment of person for piano 
tuning, cane seating and mattress 
renovating, § 3079-3. 

BLOOD 

Corruption of, conviction not to work, 
Const. '95, art. 1, § 8. 

BLOODHOUNDS 

County commissioners may purchase, § 
1958. 

BLUE GRASS SEED 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

BLUE-SKY LAW, §§ 8114 to 8136 

See Investment Companies; Securi- 
ties Act. 



BLUESTONE 



S 5192. 



BOARD FOR DISTRIBUTION OF 
DEAD BODIES 

See Dead Bodies. 

BOARD FOR PROMOTION OF EXTER- 
NAL TRADE, §§ 3442-1 to 3442-4. 
Creation, § 3442-1. 
Duties, § 3442-4. 
Meetings, § 3442-3. 
Members, § 3442-1. 
Organizations, § 3442-2. 

BOARD FOR PROMOTION OF UNI- 
FORMITY OF LEGISLATION 

Appointment by Governor, § 3094. 

Duties, § 3441. 

Establishment, § 3440. 

Record, § 3442. 

Report to General Assembly, § 3442. 

Vacancies, § 3440. 

BOARDING HOUSES 

See Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

BOARD OF ASSESSORS 

See Taxes and Taxation. 
See, also, the particular counties, 
cities and towns. 

BOARD OF CANVASSERS 

See Elections. 

BOARD OF CLAIMS 

See Claims. 
Claims against state, limitations, § 

2073. 
Claims to be filed with, § 2072. 
Personnel, § 2071. 

BOARD OF COUNTY CANVASSERS 

See Elections. 

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSION- 
ERS 

See County Boards of Commission- 
ers, and the particular counties. 

BOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMIS- 
SIONERS 

See Drains and Drainage. 

BOARD OF EQUALIZATION 

See Taxes and Taxation. 

See, also, the particular counties. 

BOARD OF EXPORTS AND MAR- 
KETING 

Appointment, § 6676. 
Exporting corporations. 
Capital stock, § 6678. 



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BOARD OF EXPORTS AND MARKET- 
ING (Cont'd) 
Exporting corporations (Cont'd) 
Directors and officers, § 6679. 
Disposition of net earnings, § 6681. 
Formation and powers, § 6677. 
Personnel, § 6676. 

BOARD OF FISHERIES 

See Fish, Oysters, etc. 

BOARD OF HARBOR COMMISSION- 
ERS 

See Pilots; Ports. 

BOARD OF PARDONS 

See Pardon; Parole. 

BOARD OF PHOSPHATE COMMIS- 
SIONERS 

See Phosphate. 

BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSION- 
ERS 

See Municipal Corporations; Police. 
Cities between 20,000 and 50,000, §§ 

7533(1)— 7533(6). 
Rural police. 

See the particular counties. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC WELFARE 

See State Board of Public 'Welfare. 

BOARD OF REGENTS 

State Hospital. 
See State Hospital 

BOARD OF REGISTRATION 

See Elections. 

BOARD OF STATE CANVASSERS 

See elections. 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

See Drains and Drainage. 

BOARD OF TAX REVIEW 

See Taxes and Taxation. 

BOARD OF VIEWERS 

See Drains and Drainage. 

BOARDS 

See, also, the various State Boards. 
Visitors, The Citadel, §§ 5774-5776, 
5776-1. 



BOARDS OF COUNTY COMMISSION- 
ERS 

See County Boards of Commission- 
ers, and the particular counties. 

Page 



BOARDS OF EXAMINERS 

Architects. 

See Architects. 
Dental. 

See Dentists and Dental Hygienists. 
Embalmers. 

See Embalmers. 
Engineers. 

See Engineers and Land Surveyors. 
Law examiners. 

See Attorneys. 
Medical. 

See Physicians and Surgeons. 
Nurses. 

See Nurses. 
Opticians. 

See Optometry. 
Optometry. 

See Optometry. 
Pharmaceutical. 

See Pharmacists. 
Public accountants. 

See Public Accountants. 
Veterinarians. 

See Veterinarians. 

BOARDS OF HEALTH 

See Health. 

BOARDS OF TRUSTEES 

See Clemson Agricultural College; 
Colored Normal, Industrial, Agri- 
cultural and Mechanical College, 
etc. 

BOATS 

See Vessels. 

Burning, punishment, § 1134. 

Drifted boats, sale without advertise- 
ment, punishment, § 1206. 

Ferryboats, railings or guards, failure 
to provide, § 1212. 

Forfeiture, use in transporting liquor, § 
1898. 

Phosphate rock, failure to return boats 
used for mining, § 1205. 

Stealing of boats, equipment, etc., pun- 
ishment, § 1143. 

BOGANVILLE TOWNSHIP 

Bonded debt, constitutional limitations, 
inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 

BOLL WEEVIL 

Calcium arsenate, sale regulated, § 3268. 

BOMBS 

Stink or tear gas bombs, § 1177-1. 

BONDED INDEBTEDNESS 

See Constitution of South Carolina 
1895; Counties; Municipal Corpora- 
tions: Schools and School Districts. 

See, also, the particular counties, 
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BONDING COMPANIES 

See Investment Companies. 

BOND, INVESTMENT, ETC., COM- 
PANIES 

See Investment Companies. 

BONDS 

See Investment Companies; Under- 
takings. 
See, also, the particular counties, 
cities and towns. 
Actions on, prohibited after twenty 

days from filing, § 8892. 
Administrators. 

See Executors and Administrators. 
Appeal. 

See Undertakings. 
Attachment. 

See Attachment. 
Bankruptcy. 
Record of copies of petitions, decrees 
and orders, § 3622-2. 
Banks, tax exemption, § 2578. 
Blue sky law, §§ 8114 to 8136. 

See Securities Act. 
Cherokee county. 

Official bonds, § 4121. 
Chester county. 
Officers file bonds in clerk of court's 
office, § 4138-1. 
Claim and delivery of personal proper- 
ty, § 551-1. 
Custody, § 824. 
Commerce development board, § 

3442-39. 
County. 

See the particular counties. 
County, municipal, school district, 
township, etc., §§ 7319-7325; 7327- 
7341; 7343-7345. 
Corporate authorities to issue, § 7323. 
Election, publication of notice, § 7327. 
Failure to pay, § 7339. 
Filing of record, § 8891. 
Incontestable, § 8892. 
Interest, § 7319. 

Permanent improvements, § 7378. 
Public improvements. 
Additional tax, § 7329. 
Special election, § 7327. 
Persons entitled to vote, § 7328. 
Refunding indebtedness, § 7319. 
Failure to provide for, § 7336. 
Issuance, § 7320. 
Limitations on amount, § 7319. 
Receivable for taxes, § 7322. 
Taxes, § 7321. 
Terms, § 7319. 

Reports to comptroller-general, §§ 

7332-7341. 
Tax exemption, § 2578. 



BONDS (Cont'd) 
County, municipal, school district, 
township, etc. (Cont'd) 
Water, sewer and light systems, § 
7280. 
County officers. 
See, also, the particular counties and 

the particular officers. 
Anderson county, § 3968. 
Dorchester county, § 4280. 
Georgetown county, § 4397. 
Greenville countj^ § 4449. 
Greenwood county, § 4466. 
Horry county, § 4502. 
NewlDerry county, § 4666. 
Oconee county, § 4689. 
Drainage districts. 

See Drains and Drainage. 
Electric light plants, § 7280. 
Executors. 

See Executors and Administrators. 
Farm loan bonds. 
Investment in by banks, executors, 

trustees, etc., § 9049. 
Tax exemption, § 2578. 
Gambling contracts, void, §§ 6311, 6312. 
Guardian and ward, Cir. Ct. rule 42. 
Highways. 
Surety companies, § 7989. 
Surety for highway contractor, § 
5884. 
See Highways, and the particular 
counties. 
Intoxicating liquors. 
Licenses, § 1833. 

Taxes and penalties from bonds, § 
1844. 
Investment in, by fiduciaries, §§ 9049, 

9050. 
Larceny, § 1142. 
Limitation of actions, § 387. 
Moneys deposited in lieu of payment, 

receipt, §§ 347-349. 
Municipal. 
See Municipal Corporations, and the 
particular cities and towns. 
Officers, assumption of office before 

giving, § 1513. 
Official. 
See, also, the various officers, boards, 

etc. 
Accountant, § 3060. 
Annual examination, § 3052. 
Approval by Governor, § 3049. 
Approval of form and execution, § 

3050. 
Blank forms, distribution, § 3047. 
Bond of indemnity in lieu of, § 3058. 
Certain clerks to give, § 3060. 
Certified copy, evidence, § 3054. 
Comptroller general to furnish blank 

forms, § 3046. 
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BONDS (Cont'd) 
Official (Confd) 
County officers (Cont'd) 
Examination and approval, § 3049. 
Examination into sufficiency § 

3053. 
Recording, § 3051. 
Damages on breach, Cir. Ct. rule 71. 
Examination and approval, § 3049. 
Filing and recording, 3050. 
Foreign surety companies, § 3059. 
Form, § 3045. 

Insurance policy in lieu of, § 3058. 
New bonds, § 3056. 
Procedure, § 3057. 
Number of sureties, § 3047. 
Officers, departments, etc., to supply 
information as to bonds of em- 
ployees, § 3061. 
Public officers, form, § 3045. 
Recovery, § 3055. 
Suit on, § 3054. 
Sureties. 
Additional, § 3052. 
Contribution, § 3048. 
Demand for relief, § 3056. 
Qualifications, § 3048. 
Release, § 3056. 
Surety companies, authorized to is- 
sue, § 3058. 
Public bonds. 
Records to be filed, § 8891. 
Required to be payable serially, § 

7343. 
Retirement, method of, § 7344. 
Public hospitals, §§ 5138, 5140. 
Railroads. 

See Railroads. 
Revenue bonds. 
Eminent domain. 

See Eminent Domain. 
Refinancing act, §§ 9286 to 9302. 
See Revenue Bond Refinancing Act. 
School districts. 

See School and School Districts, and 
the particular counties. 
Securities law, §S 8114 to 8136. 

See Securities Act. 
Sewerage, municipal, § 7280. 
Stamp tax, § 2525(1). 
State bonds. 
Interest, § 3162. 

Payment of coupons by state treas- 
urer, §§ 3165, 3166. 
Procedure for action affecting issu- 
ance, § 442. 
Registration of. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 11. 
Tax exemption, § 2578. 
Stealing, etc., punishment, § 1142. 
Surety company as surety, § 7989. 
Estoppel to deny corporate power, § 
7990. 



BONDS (Cont'd) 
Townships. 

See, also, particular counties. 
Taxation to pay in aid of railroads, 
prohibited, § 2572. 
Tuberculosis camps, §§ 5138-5140. 
Usury, no defense by corporations as to 

coupon or registered bonds, § 6743. 
Waterworks, municipal, § 7280. 

BONNEAU, TOWN OF 

Officers, election, terms, etc., § 7403. 

BOOKS 

Clerks of circuit court to keep, Cir. Ct. 
rule 2. 

Discovery, Cir. Ct. rule 43. 
Moving papers, contents, Cir. Ct. rule 

44. 
Order for discovery, Cir. Ct. rule 45. 
Order to stay proceedings, Cir. Ct. 
rule 46. 

Farmers' and planters' books, admis- 
sibility, § 727. 

Inspection and copy of books, etc., § 
673. 

Medical or scientific books, admissibil- 
ity, § 728. 

Officers, delivery to successor, § 837. 

Probate judge to keep book for entry 
of case, Prob. Ct. rule 1. 

Publication of obscene books, etc., § 
1443. 

School textbooks. 
See Schools and School Districts. 

State library, embezzling, damaging, 
etc., § 1196. 

BOOTHS 

See Elections. 



BORAX 



5192. 



BORROWING MONEY 

See Loans, and the particular coun- 
ties. 

BOTTLES 

Regulations as to used milk bottles, § 
5129-14. 

Use of bottles, kegs, etc., of others pro- 
hibited, § 5129-11. 

Use of marked milk bottles of another 
dealer, § 5129-13. 

BOUNDARIES 

Altering or removing landmarks, pun- 
ishment, § 1166. 

Cities and towns, extension, §§ 7230, 
7231. 

Concurrent jurisdiction of state over 
boundary rivers, Const. '95, art. 14, § 
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BOUNDARIES (Cont'd) 
Counties, Const. '95, art. 7, § 12. 

Abbeville county, § 2976. 

Aiken county, § 2977. 

Allendale county, § 2978. 

Anderson county, § 2979. 

Bamberg county, § 2980. 

Barnwell county, § 2981. 

Beaufort county, § 2982. 

Berkeley county, § 2983. 

Calhoun county, § 2984. 

Charleston county, § 2985. 

Cherokee county, § 2986. 

Chester county, § 2987. 

Chesterfield county, § 2988. 

Clarendon county, § 2989. 

Colleton county, § 2990. 

Darlington county, § 2991. 

Dillon county, § 2992. 

Dorchester county, § 2993. 

Edgefield county, § 2994. 

Fairfield county, § 2995. 

Florence county, § 2996. 

Georgetown county, § 2997. 

Greenville county, § 2998. 

Greenwood county, § 2999. 

Hampton county, § 3000. 

Horry county, § 3001. 

Jasper county, § 3002. 

Kershaw county, § 3003. 

Lancaster county, § 3004. 

Laurens county, § 3005. 

Lee county, § 3006. 

Lexington county, § 3007. 

McCormick county, § 3010. 

Marion county, § 3008. 

Marlboro county, § 1009. 

Newberry county, § 3011. 

Oconee county, § 3012. 

Orangeburg county, § 3013. 

Pickens county, § 3014. 

Richland county, § 3015. 

Saluda county, § 3016. 

Spartanburg county, § 3017. 

Sumter county, § 3018. 

Union county, § 3019. 

Williamsburg county, § 3020. 

York county, § 3021. 
County line not to run through city 

or town, Const. '95, art. 7, § 14. 
Disputes. 

Surveyors, § 8867. 

Nomination by court, § 8868. 
Monuments of United States coast 

surveys, destruction, § 1267. 
State, § 2038. 

Changes, § 2039. 
State line marks, removal, § 1251. 

BOUNDARY RIVERS 

Concurrent jurisdiction of state. Const. 
'95, art. 14, § 1. 



BOXING 

Commission. 
Appeal by party aggrieved, § 7155. 
No appeal in certain counties, § 
7154. 
Appointment, § 7154. 
Exclusive control, S 7153. 
Financial interest of member prohib 

ited, § 7156. 
Permission for contests, § 7153. 
Personnel, § 7154. 
Rules and regulations, § 7153. 
Contests authorized, § 7152. 
Rounds, limit on number, § 7152. 
Violation of provisions, penalty, § 7157. 

BOYCOTT 

See Trusts and Monopolies. 

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA 

Property, tax exemption, § 2578(48). 

BRAKES 

See Motor Vehicles. 

BRAN 

Standai-d bushel, § 6645. 

BRANCHVILLE, TOWN OF 

Commissioners of ' public works abol- 
ished and powers devolved, § 7281. 

BRANDS 

See Misbranding. 
Animals, marking or disfiguring, §§ 

1186, 1187. 
Fair trade act. 

Sale or resale of commodities bear- 
ing brands, § 6639. 
Fruits or vegetables, § 6675-1 to 6675-11. 

See Fruits and Vegetables. 
Oil and gasoline containers, fraudulent 

branding of, § 6582. 
State brands for fresh fruits and vege- 
tables, §§ 6662-6672. 
Trademark as brand for timber. 

Definitions, § 1250(5). 

Destruction, penalty, § 1250(3). 

Lien, § 1250(2). 

Lien of purchaser, loss on default in 
payment, § 1250(4). 

Notice of ownership, § 1250(1). 

Use as, § 1250(1). 

BRASS KNUCKS 

Infants, sale, etc., to, § 255(19). 

BREACH OF THE PEACE 

Courts, within hearing of, § 340. 
Magistrates. 

Arrest, §§ 925, 938. 

Jurisdiction, §§ 924, 925. 
Manslaughter in preserving peace, § 

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BREACH OF THE PEACE (Cont'd) 
Public disorderly conduct, § 1396. 
Shooting or boisterous conduct on pub- 
lic highways, § 1394. 



BREACH OF TRUST 

Guilty of larceny, 1149. 
BRIBERY 
Acceptance of bribe. 

Agent employing a servant, § 1236. 

Arbitrators, §§ 1405. 

Jurors, § 1405. 

Officers, § 1403. 

Referee, § 1405. 

To procure office, § 1407. 
Elections. 

Candidates to make pledge, § 1417. 

Obtaining votes by, § 1416. 

Offering to procure voters by, § 1415. 

Procuring vote by, § 1414. 

Serving candidate for money, § 7658. 
Employees, § 1236. 
Giving or offering to. 

Arbitrators, § 1404. 

Jurors, § 1404. 

Officers, § 1402. 

Procure office, § 1406. 

Referees, § 1404. 
Informer not to be prosecuted, § 1408. 
Municipal officers, § 7637. 
President, Vice-President, etc., Const. 

U. S. art. 2, § 4. 
Servants, § 1236. 

BRIDGE DISTRICTS 

See the particular counties. 
Formation by counties authorized, § 
5844. 

BRIDGES 

See Ferries. 

See, also, the particular counties. 

Between two counties, § 5843. 

Buildings near fireproof, § 6058. 

Congaree river bridge, current for 
lights on, § 5912. 

Counties, liability for defects, § 5856. 

County boards of commissioners, su- 
pervision by, §§ 5842, 5843. 

Defective, action against county, § 5856. 

Districts, formation by counties author- 
ized, § 5844. 

Diversion, restoration, § 5854. 

Drainage districts, § 6186. 

Failure to keep in condition, § 1608. 

Fires not to be carried over, §§ 6057, 
6057. 

Footpaths, § 5823. 

Injury or destruction, §§ 1644, 1647. 

Interstate bridges, power of highway 
commission, § 6062. 

Obstructing navigation, § 6023. 



BRIDGES (Cont'd) 
Obstructing navigation (Cont'd) 

Removal or construction of draw- 
spans, § 6024. 
Railroads. 

Construction, maintenance, etc., § 
8387. 

Extra charge, § 1699. 
Reciprocity with Georgia as to charters 

or franchises, § 2040. 
Repairs, § 5808. 
Toll bridges. 

See Toll Bridges. 
Traveling to be on right of center, § 

1614. 
Vehicles to keep to right of center, § 

1615. 
Vessels, etc., passing under to drop an- 
chor, § 6059. 
Width of, on highways, § 1615. 

BROKERS 

See Insurance. 
Blue sky law, S§ 8114 to 8136. 

See Securities Act. 
Discount fee in lieu of interest, § 6739. 
Negotiable instruments, negotiating 

without indorsement, § 6820. 
Securities law, §§ 8114 to 8136. 

See Securities Act. 

BROOM CORN SEED 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

BRUSH 

Burning, §§ 1208-1208-1. 

BUCKET SHOP 

Definition, § 6316. 
Futures. 

See Futures. 
Operation, penalty, § 6318. 

BUCKWHEAT 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

BUDGET 

Appropriation, bills to be itemized, § 
3221. 

Appropriation committees, joint meet- 
ings, § 3220. 

Comptroller general. 
Estimate to Governor, § 3214. 
Statements to be furnished Governor, 
§ 3215. 

Governor. 
Chief budget officer, § 3222. 
Employing budget assistants, § 3222. 

Increase or decrease, § 3221. 

Joint appropriation committees to con- 
sider budget, § 3220. 

Public hearings, § 3217. 

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BUDGET (Cont'd) 

State departments (Cont'd) 
Furnish estimates to Governor, § 3213. 
Furnish information, § 3216. 

State finance committee. 

See State Finance Committee. 

Submission by Governor to General As- 
sembly, § 3219. 

Survey by Governor and assistants of 
departments, etc., § 3218. 

Tax commission, information by, § 3222. 

BUGGERY 

Punishment, § 1439. 

BUILDING AND LOAN AND SAVING 
AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS, §§ 

7876 to 7876-18. 
Assets. 
Conveyance for liquidation and ex- 
change for certificates of shares, § 
7876-3. 
Sale to other associations, § 7876-2. 
Board of bank control, § 7829. 
Application for charter, § 7829-2. 
Conservators, § 7829-7. 
Borrowing money to pay divi- 
dends or reopen, § 7829-13. 
Quahfications, § 7829-9. 
Deposits, § 7829-7. 
Examinations, §§ 7829-5, 7829-7. 
Examiners. 

Affidavit and warrant of chief ex- 
aminer, § 7829-12. 
Examining department, § 7829-3. 
Compensation of chief and assist- 
ants, § 7829-4. 
Invalidity, § 7829-11. 
Liquidation, § 7829-8. 
Penalties, § 7829-10. 
Powers and duties, § 7829-7. 
Receivers, § 7829-7. 
Records of present state board, § 

7829-6. 
Regulation and protection, § 7829-1. 
Reorganization, § 7829-7. 
Reports of criminal violations, § 
7829-12. 
Borrowers. 

Status in association, § 7876-1. 
Borrowing, § 7876-12. 
Certificates. 
Conveying assets in exchange for, § 
7876-3. 
Certificates of stocli exempt from 

stamp tax, § 2522. 
Charters, issuance, fee, § 7740. 
Creditors, § 7876-11. 
Credits. 

Advances, § 7876-7. 
Declaration, § 7726. 
Disposition of assets, § 7876-12. 
Eligible for membership of federal 



BUILDING AND LOAN AND SAVING 
AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 

(Cont'd) 

home loan bank, § 7876-14. 
Exemption from certain license tax § 

2681. 
Federal home loan bank, §§ 7876-14, 

7876-15. 

Subscription of eligible corporation 
to shares of federal savings and 
loan association, § 7876-16. 
Federal savings and loan association. 

Conversion, § 7876-17. 

Eligibility, § 7876-15. 

Operation, § 7876-18. 

Subscription to shares, § 7876-16. 
Federal savings and loan insurance 
corporation. 

Insurance from, § 7876-8. 

Liquidator, § 7876-9. 

Receiver, § 7876-9. 
Home owners' loan corporation. 

Selling shares to, § 7876-4. 
Housing. 

Investments, § 5271-91. 
Income tax, exemption from, § 2442(2). 

Insurance. 
Federal savings and loan insurance 

corporation, § 7876-8. 
Payment of insured liabilities, § 
7876-11. 
Investments. 
Bonds of federal home loan bank, § 

9051-2. 
Bonds of Home Owners' Loan Cor- 
poration, § 9050-1. 
Shares in federal savings and loan 

associations, § 9051-2. 
Shares in state building and loan 
associations, § 9051-2. 
Licenses. 

Associations to pay, § 7876. 
Loans. 

Making certain loans, § 7876-7. 
Making direct reduction loans, § 

7876-5. 
Proceeds, -use of only on property 

located within county, § 2578(32). 
Restrictions on power to make, § 

2578(32). 
To individuals only, § 2578(32). 
Purchases. 

Advances, § 7875-7. 
Receiver. 
Appointment, § 7876-10. 
Powers, § 7876-10. 
Rules and regulations. Rule under § 

7829. 
Saving clause, § 7876-6. 
Selling assets to other associations, § 
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BUILDING AND LOAN AND SAVING 
AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS 

(Cont'd) 
State funds not to be deposited with, § 

3188. 
Stock. 

Acceptance for assets, § 7876-2. 

Selling shares to home owners' loan 
corporation, § 7876-4. 
Taxes and taxation. 

Associations to pay, § 7876. 
Tax exemption, § 2578(32). 
Title to property, § 7876-13. 

BUILDING COUNCIL OF SOUTH CAR- 
OLINA, §§ 5271-1 to 5271-3. 
See Housing. 

BUILDINGS 

See Municipal Corporations; Public 
Buildings, Grounds and Works; 
Schools and School Districts. 
Bridges, fireproof buildings near, § 

6058. 
Burning or destroying untenanted or 

unfinished, § 1182. 
Burning to defraud insurer, § 1135. 
Condemned, failure to repair, penalty, 

§ 7490. 
Contracts. 

General contracting, §§ 7084-1 to 
7084-7. 
See General Contracting. 
Failure to correct defects, § 7488. 
Fires, municipal regulations, §§ 7259- 

7264. 
General contracting, §§ 7084-1 to 7084-7. 

See General Contracting. 
Inspectors to furnish tax commission 

information, § 2543. 
Mobs, destruction by, § 1385. 
Municipal regulations, cities over 5,000, 

§§ 7475-7527. 
Notice of dangerous character, remov- 
al, penalty, § 7489. 
Party walls, §§ 8869, 8870. 
Trap guns, setting in, § 1121. 

BULK SALES 

Merchandise, § 6617. 
Definition, § 6617. 
Presumption as to receipt of notice, 

§ 6618. 
Rules of evidence not affected, § 6619. 

BULLETINS 

Railroads, trains behind schedule, § 
8417. 

BULLS 

Lien of owner, § 8788. 

BUOYS 

Changing position of, § 1263. 



BUOYS (Cont'd) 
Costs of repairs, lion on vessel damag- 
ing, § 1264. 
Injuring or mooring of vessels to, §§ 
1261, 2047. 

BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS 

See Health. 

BURGLARY 

Banks, S 1141. 

Breaking into railroad or electric rail- 
way cars, § 1199. 

Definition, § 1138. 

Dwelling-house defined, § 1140. 

Entry into house or vessel without 
breaking with intent to steal, § 1154. 

Housebreaking not constituting bur- 
glary, punishment, § 1139. 

Jurors, challenges to, § 1002. 

Motor vehicles. 

Breaking into, § 1154-1. 

Punishment, § 1138. 

Safecracking, § 1150. 

BURIAL 

See Cemeteries; Dead Bodies. 
Dead animals and poultry, § 5046-1. 
Dead bodies, before inquiry by coroner, 

§§ 1091, 1094. 

BURIAL ASSOCIATION 

Payment of policy in merchandise or 
services, prohibited, § 7984. 

BURIAL GROUNDS 

See Cemeteries. 

BURNING 

See Arson. 

BUSHEL 

Standard weight, § 6645. 

BUSINESS CORPORATIONS 

See Corporations. 

BUSINESS SCHOOLS 

See, also, Schools and School Dis- 
tricts. 
Issue of degrees. 

Approval of State Board of Educa- 
tion, § 5397. 

Charter not authority, § 5397. 

In applicable to certain colleges, § 
5397 

Rules, § 5397. 

Unlawful advertising, § 5397. 

Violations, penalty, § 5397. 

BUS LINES 

See Motor Vehicles. 
School buses, regulations as to, § 1626. 
Transportation regulated, §§ 8507-8524. 



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BUTTER, §§ 5129-1 to 5129-15. 

See Milk and Milk Products. 
Chemist's certificate of analysis prima 

facie evidence, § 5129-10. 
Combinations of certain ingredients, § 

5129-4. 
Imitation butter. 

Advertising use of, § 5129-9. 

Manufacture and sale, § 5129-5. 

Sale as genuine, prohibited, § 5129-8. 

What constitutes, § 5129-2. 
Sale of, regulated, § 5129-2. 
Substitutes. 

Coloring matter in, prohibited, § 
5129-3. 

Marking of, § 5129-6. 

Possession of unmarked, § 5129-7. 
Violations, penalty, § 5129-10. 

BUTTONS 

Unlawful wearing of, § 2964. 

CABBAGE 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

CAFES 

See Restaurants. 
Fraud. 

Defrauding, § 1219. 
Municipal inspection, § 7235. 
Municipal regulations, § 7234. 

CALCIUM ARSENATE 

Penalties, § 3268. 
Additional to damages, § 3268. 

Sales. 
Compliance with specifications, § 

3268(1). 
Each sale separate offense, § 3268(6). 
Labels, § 3268(2). 

Specifications, filing, § 3268. 

State crop pest commission, enforce- 
ment of statute, § 3268(3). 

CALENDAR 

Bar calendar, Cir. Ct. rule 26. 
Failure of clerk to produce, Cir. Ct. 
rule 1. 
Common pleas, three calendars, § 595. 
Entry of causes on, Cir. Ct. rule 26. 
Order of disposing of issues, § 598. 
Probate court, Prob. Ct. rule 1. 
Supreme Court, § 28. 
Terms of court. 

Circuit courts, special sessions, § 69. 
Civil and criminal court of Charles- 
ton, § 288. 
Common pleas. 
Opening of, § 66. 
Special sessions, § 69. 
County courts, § 86. 
Eighth circuit, § 58. 
Eleventh circuit, § 61. 



CALENDAR (Cont'd) 
Terms of court (Cont'd) 
Fifth circuit, § 55. 
First circuit, § 51. 
Fourteenth circuit, § 64. 
Fourth circuit, § 54. 
General sessions, special sessions, § 

69. 
Ninth circuit, § 59. 
Probate court, § 205. 

Judges may appoint times and 
places for holding, § 224. 

Open at all times for certain busi- 
ness, § 225. 
Second circuit, § 52. 
Seventh circuit, § 57. 
Sixth circuit, § 56. 
Tenth circuit, § 60. 
Third circuit, § 53. 
Thirteenth circuit, § 63. 
Twelfth circuit, § 62. 

CALHOUN COUNTY 

Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052. 
Bonds. 

Clerk of court, § 3579. 

Cotton weighers, § 6412. 

Sheriff, § 3479. 

Tax collector, § 2847-1. 
Boundaries, § 2984. 
Boxing commission. 

Appointment, § 7154. 

No appeal from decisions, § 7154. 
Bridge over Congaree River at Bates 

Ferry, § 5926(41). 
Circuit court. 

Terms, § 51. 
Clerk of court. 

Bond, § 3579. 

Fees, § 4924. 
Common Pleas, terms, § 51. 
Commutation tax, § 4069. 

Failure to pay, § 1725. 
Constables. 

First magisterial district, salary, § 
3756-1. 
Cotton weighers, election, etc., § 6412. 
County supervisor, term, § 3818. 
County treasurer. 

Fees, issuance of tax execution, § 
2847-1. 
Dog tax, § 2616-2. 
Elections, voting precincts, § 2296. 
Fees, clerk of court, § 4924. 
Forfeited land commission, § 2847-2. 
General sessions, terms, § 51. 
Highways, state highway system, §§ 

5926(10), 5934. 
Ice plants, operation of authorized, in- 
applicable. Const. '95, art. 8, § 13. 
Register of mesne conveyances, § 4924. 
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CALHOUN COUNTY (Cont'd) 
School trustees (Cont'd) 

District No. 4, § 5542. 

Sandy Run district No. 2, § 5543. 

Vacancies, § 5541. 
Sheriff, bond, § 3479. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(10), 5934, 
Tax collector. 

Appointment, § 2847-1. 

Bond, S 2847-1. 

Duties, § 2847-1. 

Fees, § 2847-1. 

Levy of tax executions, § 2847-1. 

Provisions mandatory, § 2847-1. 

Reports, § 2847-1. 

Seizure and sale, § 2847-1. 

Settlements, § 2847-1. 

Term, § 2847-1. 
Taxes. 

Acceptance of school claims, § 2847. 

Collection by county treasurer, inap- 
plicable, § 2773. 

Exemption of manufactories. Const. 
'95, art. 8, § 8. 
Tax executions, § 2847-1. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 

CALHOUN FALLS, TOWN OF 

Election of mayor and aldermen, § 
7675-13. 

CALHOUN. TOWN OF 

Telephone service, § 8555. 

CAMDEN, CITY OF 

Bonded debt, constitutional limitations 
inapplicable, Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 

Bond issue in anticipation of collection 
of assessments, § 7675-14. 

Carnivals, etc., provisions prohibiting 
inapplicable, § 6333. 

Commissioners of public works, abol- 
ished, § 7281. 

Cotton weigher, § 6429. 

Improvement on streets and sidewalks. 
Bond issue, § 7675-14. 

CAMP GROUND 

Sales within one-half mile prohibited, 
§ 1342. 

CAMP MEETINGS 

Rules and regulations. 
Health, Rule under § 5002, §§ 1-4, p. 
166. 

CAMPOBELLO SCHOOL DISTRICT 
NO 49 

Bonded indebtedness limitations inap- 
plicable, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 

CANADA 

Wills. 



CANADA (Cont'd) 
Wills (Cont'd) 
Copies probated and filed in Dom- 
inion, § 8950-1. 

CANAL COMPANIES 

Board of corporators, commission, § 

8180. 
Books, inspection, § 8193. 
Capital stock. 

Books of subscription, § 8180. 

Fictitious increase, § 8195. 

Increase, procedure, § 8189. 

Issuance, restrictions, § 8193. 

Subscriptions, payment, § 8181. 
Charter. 

Amendment, procedure, § 8189. 

Duration, § 8191. 

Fees, § 8183. 

Issuance, § 8183. 

Recording, § 8183. 
Common-law liability. Const. '95, art. 

9, § 3. 
Corporators. 

Papers transferred to company, § 
8185. 

Return by, § 8183. 
Debts, fictitious increase. § 8195. 
Declaration and petition, contents, § 

8179. 
Directors, stockholders only eligible, § 
8194. 
Incorporation. 

Irregularities, § 8184. 

Mode, § 8179. 
Name, changing of, procedure, § 8189. 
Organization, subscriptions required, § 

8182. 
Powers, § 8179. 
Stockholders' meeting, § 8192. 
Taxation, transporting for hire. Const. 

'95, art. 9, § 3. 
Waiver of charter rights, § 8191. 

CANALS 

Cutting across highways, requirements, 

§ 5853. 
Right-of-way. 

Appeal to circuit court. § 8441. 
Clerk of court, § 8438. 
Ineligible where interested. § 8439. 
Compensation, § 8440. 
Condemnation. 

Exemption from, § 8445. 
Jurors, failure to attend, §8449. 
Proceedings filed with clerk, § 8447. 
Entry on land, §§ 8437, 8446. 
Fee to remain in owner, § 8444. 
Infant or incompetent owner, § 8443. 
Inspection of premises by jury, § 

8440. 
Jury to determine compensation, § 
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CAPITAL OFFENSES (Cont'd) 
Presentment or indictment of grand 
jury, Const. U. S. amend. 5. 



CANALS (Cont'd) 
Condemnation (Cont'd) 
Notice to owners, § 8443. 
Presumption of owner's consent, § 

8437. 
Taking at assessed value, § 8442. 
Written notice to owner, § 8437. 

CANARY SEED 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

CANCELLATION 

Montgages and deeds of trust, § 8702. 
Wills, § 8921. 

CANCER 

Health. 
Promotion of prevention and cure, § 
5008. 

CANDIDATES 

See Elections. 

CANDY 

Adulteration, § 5128-27. 
Hawkers and peddlers. 
Candy or similar products in Beau- 
fort county, § 7128-2. 

CANE SEED 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

CANNERIES 

See Fish, Oysters, etc. 
Rules and regulations, Rule under § 
5002, §§ 1-33, pp. 132-134. 

CANS 

Milk or cream cans, defacing, etc., § 
5129-12. 

CANTALOUPES 

Railroads, publication of freight rates, 
§ 8309. 

Standard bushel and barrel, § 6645. 

CANVASS 

See Elections. 

CAPIAS AD SATISFACIENDUM 

Forfeiture of recognizance, defendant 
committed to jail, § 1043. 

CAPITAL 

Listing, business begun after January 
1st, §§ 2693-2695. 



CAPITAL OFFENSES 

Bail, accused not entitled to, § 
Const. '95, art. 1, § 20. 

Copy of indictment, § 978. 

Counsel. 

Accused entitled to, § 979. 
Assignment of by court, § 980. 



1031; 



CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 

See Death Sentence; Sentence and 
Punishment. 

CAPITAL STOCK 

See Banks; Corporations, and the 
particular corporations. 
Stamp tax, § 2525. 

CAPITATION TAX 

Apportionment, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

9(4). 
Authorized on destructive domestic 

animals. Const. '95, art. 10, § 1. 
Dog tax. 

See Dogs, and the particular counties. 
Road tax. 

See Commutation Tax, and the par- 
ticular counties. 

CAPITOL 

See State House and Grounds. 

CAPPER-VOLSTEAD ACT 

Food Growers Association of South 
Carolina, organized and to be oper- 
ated in conformity with, § 8150. 

CAPTURES 

Rules, power of Congress, Const. U. S. 
art. 1, § 8(11). 

CARBOLIC ACID 

Sale of misbranded packages, regula- 
tions, § 5128-26. 

CARLISLE COURTNEY HOME 

Counties to aid in support. § 4976. 
Payments by counties to, § 4976. 

CARNAL INTERCOURSE 

Abduction, § 1433. 

Adultery, §§ 1435, 1436. 

Fornication, § 1437. 

Incest, § 1440. 

Inmates of State training school, § 

6269. 
Rape, § 1109. 

CARNAL KNOWLEDGE 

See Rape. 

CARNIVALS 

See Circuses. 

See, also, the particular counties. 

Colleton county fair, license tax un- 
lawful, § 6330. 

Exhibition of fireworks, permits, § 
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CARNIVALS (Cont'd) 
Fair week, exhibition during permissi- 
ble, § 6333. 
License tax, amount, § 6327. 
Prohibited. 
Exceptions, § 6333. 
When accompanied by games of 
chance, § 6334. 

CAROLINA ORPHAN HOME 

County aid, § 4976. 

CARP 

See Fish, Oysters, etc. 
No closed season, § 1769-3. 

CARRIER PIGEONS, § 1782-5. 

CARRIERS 

See Railroads. 
Acceptance of bill as assent to its terms, 

§ 6973. 
Adjustment of claims, § 7165. 
Animals, overloading and confinement, 

§ 1596. 
Attachment or levy upon goods for 

which negotiable bill issued, § 6987. 
Baggage. 

Free transportation not exceeding 

two hundred pounds, § 8411. 
Opening or injuring, §§ 1694, 1695. 
Refusal to check, § 8411-1. 
Bills of lading. 

Acceptance, § 6973. 
Admissibility of copies, § 736. 
Adverse title as defense in action 

against carrier, § 6985. 
Altered bills, § 6979. 
Attachment of goods for which ne- 
gotiable bill issued, § 6987. 
Bills governed by chapter, § 6964. 
Cancellation of negotiable bills, §§ 

6977, 6978. 
Contents, §§ 6965, 6966. 
Creditor's remedies to reach negotia- 
ble bills, § 6988. 
Criminal offense. 
Inducing carrier to issue bill when 

no goods received, § 7012. 
Issue of bill containing false state- 
ment, § 7008. 
Issue of bill for goods not received, 

§ 7007. 
Issue of duplicate bills not so 

marked, § 7009. 
Issue of nonnegotiable bill not so 

marked, § 7013. 
Negotiation of bill for mortgaged 
goods, § 7010. 
Definitions, § 7016. 
Delivery, §§ 6974, 6975. 



CARRIERS (Cont'd) 
Bills of lading (Cont'd) 

Draft, payment or acceptance of, as 
entitling buyer to accompanying 
bill, § 7004. 

Duplicate bills, § 6981. 

Duplicate bills not so marked, § 7009. 

Execution levy on goods for which 
negotiable bill has been issued, § 
6987. 

Existing bills, chapter, not applicable 
to, § 7017. 

False statement, § 7008. 

Form as indicating rights of buyer 
and seller, § 7003. 

Form of bill. 
Essential terms, § 6965. 
What terms may be inserted, § 
6966. 

Goods not received, § 7007. 

Inducing issue when goods not re- 
ceived, § 7012. 

Insertion of name of person to be no- 
tified, § 6972. 

Interpleader of adverse claimants, § 
6983. 

Interpretation to give effect to pur- 
pose of uniformity, § 7015. 

Justification of carrier in delivering 
goods, § 6975. 

Liability of carrier. 
For misdelivery of goods, § 6976. 
For nonreceipt or misdescription of 
goods, § 6986. 

Lien of carrier. 
Effect of sale of goods to satisfy, 

§ 6990. 
What charges included, § 6989. 

Lost or destroyed bills, § 6980. 

Mortgages and liens, rights and rem- 
edies not limited, § 7006. 

Negotiable or order bill, §§ 6968-6970, 
6972. 

Negotiation of bill. 
For mortgaged goods, § 7010. 
When goods are not in carrier's 
possession, § 7011. 

Negotiation of negotiable bills, §§ 
6991, 6992, 6994. 

Negotiation when goods not in car- 
riers' possession, § 7011. 

Non-negotiable bill not so marked, § 
7013. 

Non-negotiable or straight bill, §§ 
6967, 6971. 

Non-receipt or misdescription of 
goods, § 6986. 

Not to set up title in carrier, § 6982. 

Obligation to deliver goods, § 6974. 

Reasonable time to determine vali- 
dity of claims, § 6984. 



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CARRIERS (Cont'd) 
Bills of lading (Cont'd) 
Rules for cases not provided for, § 

7014. 
Sale, warranties, § 6998. 
Sets, negotiable bills must not be is- 
sued in, § 6969. 
Statement of charges for which lien 

claimed, § 6989. 
Time for determining validity, §§ 

6984-6985. 
Transfer rights of, §§ 6996-6997. 
Transfer of, § 6993. 
Warranties, on sale of bill, § 6998. 
Watermelons, car lot shipments, §§ 
6673, 6675. 
Bus lines, §§ 8507-5825; 8527-8530. 
Charges. 

See this title. Rates and Charges. 
Coaches. 
Cinder deflectors, § 8402. 
Toilets, § 8396. 
Coal. 
Reweighing, § 8319. 
No demurrage on refusal, § 8321. 
Penalty for failure, § 8320. 
C. O. D. shipments. 
Remittance, § 7166. 
Penalty for failure to remit, § 7167. 
Common carrier defined, § 8372. 
Common law liability. 
Limiting prohibited. Const. '95, art. 9, 

§ 3. 
Publication of notice not to limit § 
7159. 
Commutation tickets. Const. '95, art. 9. 

§ 5. 
Competitive rates, Const. '95, art. 9, § 5. 
Condition of goods, statement in bill of 

lading, § 6986. 
Connecting, § 7168. 
Laibility, § 7169. 
Connecting or crossing lines of an- 
other, Const. '95, art. 9, § 6. 
Consolidation of stock, etc., with com- 
peting lines. Const. '95, art. 9, § 7. 
Constables. 
Appointment, § 7172. 
Bond, § 7174. 
Duties, § 7173. 
Torts, § 7175. 
Contracts, etc., regulations by railroad 

commission, §§ 8^10, 8311. 
Contracts of shipment, interference 

with, § 8317. 
Conversion of property, § 7162. 

Penalty, § 8318. 
Damaged property. 
Adjustment of claims, § 7165. 
Tracing of, § 7164. 
Damages. 
Injuries from explosives. § 8393. 
Penalty, venue of action, § 7170. 



CARRIERS (Cont'd) 
Delay in transportation, § 7161. 

Penalty, venue of action, § 7170. 
Delivery of goods, §§ 6974, 6975. 
Cancellation of negotiable bills, §§ 
6977, 6978. 
When goods delivered, § 6978. 
Cancelling or marking negotiable bill 
when part of goods delivered, § 
6978. 
Obligation of carrier, § 6974. 
Right of carrier to set up title in him- 
self, § 6982. 
Description of goods by statement of 
marks or labels, liability of carrier, 
§ 6986. 
Destroyed bill, delivery of goods un- 
der order of court, § 6980. 
Discrimination. 
Freight storage charges, §§ 8307, 

8308. 
Laws to prevent, Const. '95, art. 9, 

§ 13. 
Penalty, § 8294. 

Prohibited, Const. '95, art. 9, § 5. 
Disorderly conduct on trains, eject- 
ment, § 1705. 
Draft, acceptance and payment, § 7004. 
Duplicate bill. 
Effect of marking bill "duplicate," § 

6981. 
Negotiable bills not marked dupli- 
cate, liability of carrier, § 6970. 
Employees, violation of separate coach 

law, § 8397. 
Essential terms, liability of carrier for 
omitting from negotiable bill, § 6965. 
Excursion tickets. Const. '95, art. 9, § 5. 
Execution levy on goods for which ne- 
gotiable bill has been issued, § 6987. 
Explosives. 

Damages for injuries, § 8393. 
Defined, § 8394. 

Fireworks, I. C. C. regulations appli- 
cable, § 1316. 
Placing on rails, § 1197. 
Transportation. 
Forfeiture when unlawful, § 8392. 
Packing and marking, § 8389. 
Refusal, § 8389. 
Regulated, § 8388. 
Violations, § 8390. 
Express companies. 

See Express Companies. 
Extortion, laws to prevent. Const. '95, 

art. 9, § 13. 
Fare, fraudulently evading, penalty, § 

1707. 
Fireworks, I. C. C. regulations appli- 
cable, § 1316. 
Fisheries products, unstamped, trans- 
portation unlawful, § 3402. 
Free passes, §§ 1234, 1235. 



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CARRIERS (Cont'd) 
Freight. 
Charges, adjustment, § 7163. 
Claims for overcharge, etc., adjust- 
ment, etc., § 7165. 
Delay, penalty, § 7161. 
Perishable, sale, § 7216. 
Prompt shipment, § 7160. 
Refused or unclaimed. 
Record, S 7218. 
Sale, § 7214. 
Storage charges. 
Excessive or discriminatory, § 8307. 
Penalty for overcharge, § 8308. 
Schedule, § 8306. 
Through freight, violation of regula- 
tions, § 8306. 
Furs, pelts, etc., of game animals, ship- 
ment regulated, § 1784-1. 
Game birds and animals, shipment 

regulated, §§ 1786-4, 1786-3, 1786-5. 
Game, shipping by landowner or li- 
censee, § 1786-6. 
Gasoline and gasoline tax. 

Monthly reports on shipments and 
deliveries of gasoline, § 2520-1. 
Intelligence for hire, contracts limiting 

liability, § 8554. 
Interpleader of adverse claimants, § 

6983. 
Interstate commerce act. 
Violations, § 1712. 
Defense, § 1714. 
Liability, § 1713. 
Intoxicating liquors. 

Drinking in passenger car, § 1706. 
Liability. 
Common law, § 7159. 
Connecting carriers, § 7169. 
Conversion of property, § 7162. 
Torts of special officers or constables, 
§ 7175. 
Lien of carrier. 
Bill must state charges for which 

hen claimed, § 6989. 
Effect of sale of goods to satisfy lien, 
S 6990. 
Lien on goods for charges, § 7210. 
Livestock. 

Information to shipper, § 8349. 
Sale, when, § 7217. 
Loss. 
Delay or damage, adjustment of 

claims, § 7165. 
Tracing, § 7164. 
Venue of action, § 7170. 
Lost bill, delivery of goods under or- 
der of court, § 6980. 
Misdelivery of goods, § 6976. 
Misdescription of goods, liability of 

carrier, § 6986. 
Motor vehicle carriers, §§ 8507-8524. 



CARRIERS (Cont'd) 
Municipal license tax, §§ 7241-2, 7241-3. 
Negroes. 

See this title. Separation of Races. 
Non-game birds, transportation pro- 
hibited, § 1707-1. 
Nonreceipt of goods. 

Liability of carrier, § 6986. 
Officers, violation of separate coach 

law, § 8397. 
Passenger cars, spittons, § 8404. 
Passengers. 
Drinking liquor, § 1706. 
Ejectment, disorderly conduct, § 1705. 
Injuries to, no exemption, § 5908(2). 
Separation of races, § 8396. 
Violations. §§ 8400-2, 8397. 
Penalties. 
C. O. D. shipments, failure to remit, 

§ 7167. 
Claims, overcharges, etc., failure to 

adjust, § 7165. 
Coal, failure to reweigh, § 8320. 
Conversion, § 7162. 
Excessive or discriminatory storage 

charges, § 8308. 
Fraudulently evading toll or fare, § 

1707. 
Freight charges, failure to adjust, § 

7163. 
Freight, failure to ship promptly, § 

7161. 
Interference with shipments, § 8318. 
Lost, damaged or destroyed property, 

failure to trace, § 7164. 
Refusal to check baggage, § 8411-1. 
Separate coach law, violation, § 8397. 
Transportation of animals without 

inspection, § 5806-33. 
Unreasonable rates, § 8293. 
Venue of action, § 7170. 
Perishable freight, sale when refused 

or unclaimed. S 7216. 
Railroad commission, regulation of 

contracts, etc., §§ 8310, 8311. 
Rates and charges. 
Adjustment, § 7163. 
Discrimination, § 8308. 
Lien for, § 7210. 
Overcharge. 

Adjustment, § 7165. 
Penalty, § 8308. 
Passenger, fraudulently evading, § 

1707. 
Storage of freight. 
Excessive or discriminatory, § 8307. 
Schedule, § 8306. 
Unreasonable rates, § 8293. 
Relief department, payments from, § 

7171. 
Sale of goods by carrier, liability for 
failure to deliver after, § 6990. 



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CARRIERS (Cont'd) 
Sales of refused or unclaimed freight, 

§§ 7214-7218. 
Sales of refused or unclaimed goods, 

effect, § 6990. 
Scales, § 8322. 
Separation of races, § 8396. 

Exceptions, § 8399. 

Mingling in same coach, permitted 
when, § 8398. 

Officers or employees violating, § 
8400-1. 

Passenger violating law, penalty, § 
8400-2. 

Separate meals at station restau- 
rants, § 8403. 

Violations, § 8397. 
Sets, issuance of negotiable bills in, § 

6969. 
Shipments over connecting lines, § 

7164. 
"Shipper's load and count," insertion 

in bill as limiting liability of carrier, 

§ 6986. 
Shooting or throwing at trains, § 

1199-1. 
Signature of carrier as essential term 

of bill, § 6965. 
Special officers. 

Appointment, § 7172. 

Bond, § 7174. 

Duties, § 7173. 

Torts, § 7175. 
Steamboat companies. 

See Steamboat Companies. 
Telegraph companies. 

See Telegraph Companies. 
Telephone companies. 

See Telephone Companies. 
Title in carrier, § 6982. 
Title or possession of goods. 

Adverse title as excuse for failure to 
deliver, § 6985. 

Carrier has reasonable time to deter- 
mine validity of adverse claim, § 
6984. 

Interpleader of adverse claimants, § 
6983. 
Tracing of property lost, damaged or 

destroyed, § 7164. 
Trains. 

Disorderly conduct on, § 1705. 

Shooting or throwing at, § 1199-1. 
Transportation. 

Animals, § 5806-33. 

Delay, § 7161. 

Plants not inspected, § 3266-5. 
Transportation companies. 

See Transportation Companies. 
Truck lines, §§ 8507-8525, 8527-8530. 
Unchartered associations, publication 

of sworn list of parties interested, § 

7158. 



CARRIERS (Cont'd) 

Vendor's lien defeated by negotiation, 
§ 7005. 

Watermelons, regulations as to car lot 
shipments, § 6673. 

Waybills, bills of lading, etc., admissi- 
bility of copies, § 736. 

CARROTING 

Rules and regulations. Rule under § 
5002, p. 169. 

CARROTS 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

CARRYING CONCEALED WEAPON 

See Weapons. 

CARS 

See Interurban Railways; Motor Ve- 
hicles; Railroads. 

CARTERET 

John Lord, estate not altered or abol- 
ished, § 8684. 

CARTS 

See Timber Carts. 
Burning of, § 1180. 

CASE 

Amendments, Cir. Ct. rule 48. 

After settlement. Sup. Ct. rule 8, § 8. 

Pending settlement. Sup. Ct. rule 4, 
§ 7. 
Case made, § 605. 

In trial by court, § 650. 
Change of attorney, Cir. Ct. rule 7. 
Failure to make, waiver, Cir. Ct. rule 

50. 
Filing number of copies, Sup. Ct. rules 

1, 7. 
How waived and what deemed settled, 

Cir. Ct. rule 50. 
Index to, Sup. Ct. rule 4, § 2. 
Mode of preparing a case on appeal, 

Cir. Ct. rule 49. 
Photographs, plats and diagrams in. 

Sup. Ct. rule 4, § 5. 
Preparation of. Sup. Ct. rule 4. 
Preparation on appeal to Supreme 

Court, Cir. Ct. rule 49. 
Preparation on motion for new trial, 

Cir. Ct. rule 47. 
Printed within 20 days after settle- 
ment, etc.. Sup. Ct. rule 1. 
Proposal and settlement of. Sup. Ct. 

rule 4, § 7. 
Reference to documents in. Sup. Ct. 

rule 4, § 3. 
Settlement, Cir. Ct. rule 47. 
Statement of case, § 605. 

Trial by court, § 650. 



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CASE (Cont'd) 
Testimony, when and how stated in, 

Sup. Ct. rule 4, § 4. 
Title of, Sup. Ct. rule 4, § 2. 

CASUALTY INSURANCE 

See Insurance. 

CATAWBA INDIANS 

Appropriations, § 3205. 
Commissioners, appointment, § 3094. 
Lease of lands. 

Grants to lessees, § 8692. 

Loss of lease, procedure, § 8693. 

Maximum term, § 8689. 

Requisites, § 8690. 

Rights vested in lessees, § 8691. 

CAT FISH 

See Fish, Oysters, etc. 
No closed season, § 1769-3. 

CATTLE 

See Animals; Estrays; Live Stock; 
Stock Laws. 

CATTLE GUARDS 

Railroads, §§ 8435, 8436. 

CAUSES OF ACTION 

See Actions. 

CAVIAR 

See Fish, Oysters, etc. 

CEMENT 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

CEMETERIES 

Bequest for maintenance valid, §§ 9052, 

9053. 
Cities between 30,000 and 55,000, § 

7548. 
Desecration of graves, etc., § 1266. 
Flooding by water power company, § 

6026. 
Gifts for maintenance valid, §§ 9052, 

9053. 
Municipal cemeteries, condemnation, § 

7309. 
Municipal corporations. 

Cities over 2,000 and less than 5,000, 
§ 7452-1. 

Cities over 5,000 owning cemeteries, 
§ 7471. 

Commission in cities over 20,000, § 
7536. 
Municipal regulation, § 7232. 
Mutilation, etc., of monuments, § 1265. 
Tax exemption, § 2578(6), Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 4. 

CENSUS 

Adoption of United States census of 
1930, § 2257. 



CENSUS (Cont'd) 

Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Census takers. 

Appointment, § 2258. 

Assistants, S 2258. 
Oath, § 2259. 

Compensation, § 2266. 

Distribution of blanks and instruc- 
tions, § 2263. 

Division of county into districts, § 
2263. 

Duties, § 2260. 

Oath, S 2259. 

Report to Governor, § 2131. 
Districts, county divided into, § 2263. 
Failure to take. Governor to have cen- 
sus taken, § 2265. 
Families to give information on oath, § 

2261. 
Income tax. levy without regard to. 

Const. U. S. amend. 16. 
Returns. 

Deposit with county auditor, § 2262. 

Employment of clerical service, § 
2266. 

Forwarding to secretary of state, § 
2263. 
Schools and school districts. 

Children not enrolled in school, § 
5470. 
Secretary of state, duties, § 2264. 
Time for, § 2256; Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

2; Const. "95, art. 3, § 3. 
United States census of 1930 adopted, § 

2257. 

CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT 

Sec Banks. 

CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION 

See Elections. 

CERTIFICATES 

Sec Engineers and Land Surveyors; 
Nurses; Optometry. 
Births or deaths, § 5133. 
Bus and truck lines, §§ 8509-8512. 

Teachers. 
See Schools and School Districts. 

CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS 

Officers prohibited from issuing, §§ 

1567, 3076. 
Stamp tax, § 2525. 

State highway bond act, §§ 5963-5967. 
State, restrictions on issuance. Const. 

'95, art. 10, § 7. 



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CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 

See Public Accountants. 

CERTIORARI 

Circuit court, judges, powers at cham- 
bers, Const. '95, art. 5, § 25. 

Common pleas, judges, powers at 
chambers, §§ 36, 37. 

Double jeopardy and multiplication of 
charges, § 994. 

Supreme Court. 
Justices, power to issue, § 26; Const. 

"95, art. 5, § 25. 
Power to issue. Const. '95, art. 5, § 4. 

CESSION 

Places ceded to United State, enumer- 
ated, § 2042. 

CHAINGANGS 

See the particular counties. 
Able-bodied male convicts sentenced 
to, §§ 1035, 1036. 
Combining, § 5840. 
Convicts. 

Clothing, § 3845. 

Commission to penitentiary or jail, § 

3846. 
County commissioners to provide for, 

§ 3836. 
Hiring, § 5840. 
Care and maintenance, § 3841. 
Proceeds paid into county treasury, 

§ 3842. 
To other county, § 3838. 
Medical aid, § 3847. 
Method of work, § 3835. 
Sentencing to, § 1036. 
Five-year limitation, § 1036. 
County supervisors in charge of, § 3835. 
Drainage work, § ffl48.- ' 
Highways, work on, § 5839. 
Municipal convicts sentenced to, § 956. 
Sentence less than six months, § 1037. 
Utilized to promote public health, § 
3843. 

CHAIN STORES 

Taxation, § 2556. 

CHALLENGES 

See Dueling; Jury and Jurors. 

CHAMBERS AND VACATION 

Circuit judges, §§ 36, 37; Const. '95, art. 

5, § 25. 
Common pleas, judges, powers, § 36. 
Habeas corpus, § 1049. 

Granting of in vacation time, § 1050. 
Judge of adjoining circuit, § 37. 
Motions, § 817. 
Orders, § 817. 
Special judges, § 37. 



CHAMBERS AND VACATION (Cont'd) 
Supreme Court, issue of v/rits by jus- 
tice, § 26. 
Supreme Court justices, Const. '95, art. 
5, § 25. 

CHANCERY 

See Equity; Masters. 
Supreme Court, appellate jurisdiction, 
§ 26. 

CHANGE OF NAME 

See Names. 
Special laws prohibited. Const. '95, art. 
3, § 34. 

CHANGE OF VENUE 

See Venue. 

CHAPPELLS, TOWN OF 

Cotton weigher. 
Bond, § 6444(2). 
Compensation, oath, term, etc., § 

6444(1). 
Deputy, § 6444(1). 
Election, § 6444(1). 

Oath of electors, S 6444(3). 
Exception, § 6444(4). 

CHARACTER 

Representations as to character, etc., 
writing necessary, § 7049. 

CHARCOAL 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

CHARGE 

See Jury and Jurors; Trial. 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS 

Appropriations, payment, § 3192. 
Exemption from income tax, § 2442(3). 
Masonic foundation, §§ 8173-8178. 
Public welfare, §§ 4996-1 to 4996-63. 

See Public Welfare. 
Special laws incorporating prohibited. 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 34. 
State auditor. 

Examination of financial affairs, §§ 
3222-2, 3222-3. 
Tax exemption. Const. '95, art. 10, § 4; 

§ 2578(10). 

CHARITABLE SOCIETIES 

Certificate of incorporation, § 8158. 
Fee, § 8160. 
Issuance, § 8160. 
Charter. 
Amendment, § 8164. 
Notice, § 8165. 
Recording, § 8167. 
Certified copy as evidence, § 8166. 
Issuance, § 8160. 



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CHARITABLE SOCIETIES (Cont'd) 
Charter (Cont'd) 

Publication of list, § 8167. 

Recording, § 8167. 

Total fees, § 7742. 
Declaration, § 8159. 
Dissolution, procedure, § 8163 . 
Irregularities, § 8162. 
Powers, § 8161. 

Enlargement where created by spec- 
ial act prior to 1900, § 8168. 
Secretary of state to report collections, 

§ 3111. 

CHARITIES 

Burial grounds, gifts for valid, § 9052. 
Education, gifts for valid, § 9053. 
Gifts for educational purposes. Const. 

'95, art. 11, § 10. 
Gifts for religious or benevolent uses 

valid, § 9053. 
Protection by attorney general, § 3117. 
Public welfare, §§ 4996-1 to 4996-63. 

See Public Welfare. 
Special laws relating to prohibited, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 34. 

CHARLESTON, CITY OF 

See Pilots; Ports. 
Aldermen. 
At large, § 7675-15. 
Election, § 7675-15. 
Board of equalization, § 2848-11. 
Board of health. 
Provisions, inapplicable to, § 5923. 
Quarantine, administration of port of 
Charleston, § 5058. 
Board of officers of South Carolina Na- 
tional Guard, § 2973. 
Tax levy for, § 2974. 
Bonded debt, constitutional limitations 
inapplicable, Const. '95, art. 8, § 7; 
art. 10, § 5. 
Bonded indebtedness, limitations inap- 
plicable. Code § 7327; Const. '95, art. 
8, § 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Boys' night school, § 5546-4. 
Charleston Navy Yard line. 
Rules by railroad commission, § 8502. 
Shelter and waiting room, § 8503. 
Trackage, § 8504. 
City court. 
Appeal, right of, § 300. 
Clerk. 
Fees, § 304. 
Issuance of writs and processes, § 

298. 
Powers, § 302. 
Establishment, §§ 9, 289. 
Judgments. 
Transfer, § 301. 
Validity, § 301. 
Jurisdiction, §§ 291, 299. 



CHARLESTON, CITY OF (Cont'd) 
City court (Cont'd) 
Jury. 

Challenges, § 295. 

Drawing of, § 294. 

By clerk or sheriff, § 303. 

Jury box, preparation of, § 293. 

Number of persons, § 292. 

Qualifications, § 296. 

Selection, § 295. 

Venire facias to attend, § 293. 
Jury commissioners, duties, § 293. 
Jury trial, §§ 292, 294. 
Powers and authority, § 299. 
Recorder. 

Appointment, § 290. 

Compensation, § 289. 

Powers, § 299. 

Term, § 290. 
Rules of practice, § 297. 
Sessions, § 290. 
Sheriff. 

Fees, § 304. 

Powers, § 302. 
Writs and processes, issued by clerk, 

§ 298. 
Civil and criminal court. 
Appeals, § 286. 

Jurisdiction, § 277. 
Clerk, appointment, duties, etc., § 284. 
Contempt, § 283. 

Criminal cases, attorney for prosecu- 
tions, § 282. 
Docket, § 288. 

Fee, § 285. 

Time of call, § 280. 
Establishment, §§ 9, 276. 
Judge. 

Compensation, term, etc., § 278. 

Election, § 278. 

Practicing law, § 278. 

Recorder to have power of, § 
3757(2). 

Term, § 278. 

Vacancy, § 278. 
Judgments, entry, etc., § 287. 
Jurisdiction, § 277. 

Territorial jurisdiction, § 276. 
Jurors. 

Drawing, § 280. 

Fees, § 285. 

Jury commissioners, § 281. 

Jury list, § 281. 

Penalty for failure to serve § 280. 

Summoning, empaneling, etc., § 280. 

Tales box, § 281. 
Jury box, preparation, etc., § 281. 
Jury commissioners, § 281. 
Jury trial, § 280. 
Magistrates. 

Duties and powers, § 279. 

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Civil and criminal court (Cont'd) 

Pleading, § 279. 

Practice, pleadings, etc., § 279. 
Rules, § 288. 

Sheriff, fees, § 285. 

Stenographer, § 284. 

Supplies, § 288. 

Terms, § 288. 

Transfer of causes, § 288-1. 

Trials, § 277. 
Constables, appointment and salaries, § 

3757(1). 
Elections, § 7675-15. 

Opening and closing polls, § 2301. 

Polls, opening and closing, § 2365. 
Forfeited land commission of county 

not to sell until offer made to city, 

§ 2848-2. 
General elections, opening and closing 

of polls, § 2301. 
Harbor commission. 

See Pilots; Ports. 
Housing. 

Removal or disposal of chattels on 
lands acquired through condemna- 
tion, § 5271-104. 
Juries, drawing, etc., for municipal 

police or recorder's court, § 7460. 
Lands vested in, § 2250. 
License taxes, theatres and shows, § 

6325. 
Liens for taxes, § 2848-12. 
Magistrates. 

Jurisdiction, § 3757(7). 

Powers and salaries, § 3757. 
Mayor, election, § 7675-15. 
Mayors or intendants, inapplicable, § 

952(6). 
Ministerial magistrates, powers and 

salaries, § 3757(1) (2). 
Municipal courts, provisions as to in- 
applicable, § 952. 
Municipal officers may break open 

gambling rooms, § 957. 
National guard, §§ 2973, 2974. 
Naval stores. 

Tar, quantity to barrel, § 6565-1. 
Paupers, provisions for support of, § 

4977. 
Pilots. 

See Pilots. 
Police court, § 305. 

Deposit forfeited, § 307. 

Establishment, §§ 9, 305. 

Examination of persons arrested, § 
306. 

Indictment unnecessary, § 995. 

Jurisdiction, § 305. 

Jury, § 308. 

Police officer to attend, § 310. 

Recorder, § 311. 



CHARLESTON, CITY OF (Cont'd) 
Police court (Cont'd) 
Recorder (Cont'd) 
Power of judge of civil and crim- 
inal court, § 3757(2). 
Stenographer, § 309. 
Polling precincts, § 7675-15. 
Port. 

See, also. Ports. 
Declared state port, § 6734. 
Quarantine, § 5058. 
Port utilities commission, §§ 6727-6734. 
Recorder, powers and duties, § 3757(2). 
Sailors' and immigrants' hotels and 
boarding houses. 
Badges. 

Display, § 6300. 
Licensees, § 6299. 
Unlawful wearing, § 6301. 
Licenses. 
Fees, § 6298. 
Issuance, § 6296. 
Necessity, S 6294. 
Revocation, § 6297. 
Soliciting without license, § 6295. 
Vessels. 
Boarding, § 6302. 

Boarding without license, § 6303. 
Defined, § 6305. 
Leaving when ordered, § 6304. 
Schools. 
Boys' night school, § 5546-4. 
Commissioners, reports, § 5391. 
Funds. 
Surplus. 
Ascertaining of, § 5545-3. 
Use, § 5545-4. 
Higher education of meritorious boys, 

§ 5546-5. 
Public school teachers' retirement 
fund. 
Annuities, maximum, § 5546-9. 
. Board of trustees, § 5546-8. 
Establishment, § 5546-7. 
Insufficiency of funds, § 5546-11. 
Teachers eligible, §§ 5546-9, 
5546-10. 
Scholarships. 
College of Charleston, § 5546-5. 
State University, § 5546-6. 
Surplus county school fund. 
Expenditure, § 5545-4. 
Manner of ascertaining, § 5545-3. 
Used, § 5545-2. 
Tax, § 5546-2. 

Additional tax, § 5546-3. 
State bonds, payment of coupons in, § 

3166. 
State hospital, removal of patients. 

failure, § 6249-1. 
Taxation, special board of equalization, 
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CHARLESTON, CITY OF (Cont'd) 
Tax districts, wards and parishes, § 

2736. 
Ta.xes. 

Delinquent school taxes, § 2848-13. 

Exemption of Riverside Infirmary 
and Roper Hospital, § 2578(30). 

Exemption of Star Gospel Mission, 
§ 2578(29). 

Lien for ten years, § 2848-12. 
Theatres and shows, license tax, § 6325. 
Timber. 

Inspectors, election, § 6568. 

Sale, § 6567. 
Vacant lands in harbor of Charleston 

vested in, § 2250. 
Vacant marsh lands, disposal of, § 2252. 
Wardens or aldermen, election, inap- 
plicable, § 7238. 
Wards, number and boundaries, § 

7675-15. 

CHARLESTON COUNTY 

Airport. 

Closing roads adjacent to, § 4076-7. 
Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Bail and recognizance, § 915. 

Sureties to justify, § 921. 
Bailiffs, § 3518. 

Bailiffs of circuit courts, compensa- 
tion, § 3518(f). 
Beaches, preservation and prevention 

of erosion, § 6147. 
Beer, 

Disposition of revenue from, § 4077-4. 
Bird refuge established by United 

States, § 2042(58). 
Board of assessment, §§ 2752-2758, 

2759-2765. 
Board of township commissioners. 

Appointment, etc., § 4071. 

Meetings, § 4072. 

Sullivan's Island, § 4077-8. 
Bond funds, diversion of, § 1511. 
Bonds, county police, § 3792(8). 
Borrowing money to pay principal or 

interest on outstanding obligations, 

§ 4076-4. 
Boundaries, § 2984. 
Bridge. 

Connecting James Island with John's 
Island, § 6066. 

Cooper river, § 2440. 
Building. 

Permit for construction and im- 
provement or alteration of cer- 
tain buildings, § 4076-9. 
Centralized high school district, § 5548. 
Charleston Navy Yard line. 

Rules, § 8502. 

Shelter and waiting room, § 8503. 

Trackage, § 8504. 



CHARLESTON COUNTY (Cont'd) 

Christ Church Parish, constitutional 

limitations as to bonded indebted- 
ness inapplicable, Const. '95, art. 10, 

§§ 5, 6. 
Circuit Court. 

Bailiffs, compensation, § 3518(f). 

Terms, § 59. 
Civil and criminal courts. 

See Charleston, City of. 
Clerl< of court, bond, § 3579. 
Common pleas. 

Seals of other common pleas courts 
to be similar, § 337. 

Terms, § 59. 
Commutation tax. 

None, § 5860. 
Condemnation, sanitary and drainage 

commission, § 4075. 
Constables. 

Monthly report, § 3792-5. 

Salaries, § 3757. 
Cooper river, toll bridge, § 6067. 
Coroner. 

Bond, § 3556. 

Deputies, § 3558. 
Duties, § 3571(2). 
Neglect of duty, § 3571(4). 
Salary, § 3571(1). 
Payment, § 3571(5). 

Duties, § 3571(2). 

Inquests by magistrates, § 3571(3). 

Neglect of duty, § 3571(4). 

Office, books, etc., § 3571(6). 

Penalties, § 3571. 

Qualification of sureties on bonds 
and recognizances, § 3571. 

Salary, § 3571(1). 
Payment, § 3571(5). 

Special deputy coroner, g 3571(1). 
Cotton, traffic in long cotton, inappli- 
cable, § 6400. 
Cotton weighers, certain provisions in- 
applicable, S 6405. 
County board of commissioners. 

Chairman, § 4070. 

Closing roads adjacent to airport, § 
4076-7. 

Leasing certain property, § 4076-6. 

Meetings, § 4072. 
County board of education. 

Appointment, § 5544. 

Borrowing funds, § 5544-3. 

Budgets of school districts, revision, 
§ 5391. 

Duties, § 5544. 

Meetings. S 5544. 

Pay, § 5544. 

Powers, § 5544. 

Quorum, § 5544. 

Terms, § 5544. 
County board of health, § 5055-7. 



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County court, provisions as to inap- 
plicable, § 101. 
County police. 
Arrests, § 3792(6). 
Bond, § 3792(8). 

Commission, § 3792(3). 

Powers and duties, § 3792(3). 

Duties, § 3792(5). 

Equipment, § 3792(4). 

Jurisdiction, § 3792(6). 

Oath. § 3792(7). 

Qualifications, § 3792(4). 

Reports weekly. § 3792-2. 

Salaries, § 3792(2). 

Traffic officers, §§ 3792(5), 3792-3. 

Uniform, etc., § 3792(4). 
County supervisor. 

Loans on credit of county, §§ 3881- 
3883. 

Statement of claims audited, publi- 
cation, inapplicable, § 3827. 
County treasurer. 

Bond. § 2769. 

Compensation, § 3203. 

Deputy, § 2771. 

School budgets, payment in excess 
of prohibited, § 5545-1. 

Unclaimed funds held by master to 
be paid to, § 3700-9(2). 
Dog tax. § 2616-3. 

Drains, etc., obstruction of or injury to, 

§ 1490. 
Elections. 

Board of registration, members, com- 
pensation, § 22"70. 

Voting precincts, § 2296. 
Erection of industrial plants in cer- 
tain portions prohibited, § 4074. 
Fees. 

Officials receiving fees pay portion 
to treasurer, § 4076-11. 

Register of mesne conveyance, § 
4927-3. 
Fires. 

Forest fire control organization, § 
4077-2. 
Fisheries inspector, appointment, § 

3316. 
Fish, oysters, etc.. § 1800. 

Oyster farms, § 3421-1. 

Sanctuaries for marine life, § 3421-2. 
Folly Island. 

Township, § 4077-7. 
Folly Roadway Company, § 6086. 
Forestry. 

Disposition of funds from Francis 
Marion national forest, § 4077-3. 

Forest fire control organization, § 
4077-2. 
Forfeited land commission. 



CHARLESTON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Forfeited land commission (Cont'd) 
Not to sell interest in lands until 
city council offered right of pur- 
chasing, § 2848-2. 
Game and game laws, § 1800. 
General sessions, terms, § 59. 
Harbor commission. 
See Pilots; Ports. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(11). 
Health. 

County board of health, § 5055-7. 
Highways. 
Approval of plans by sanitary and 

drainage commission, § 6147. 
Board of highway beautification, § 

4063. 
Closing roads adjacent to airport, § 

4076-7. 
Damage to, penalty, § 1645. 
Hauling timber over, § 1668. 
Obstructing or plowing of, § 1653. 
Sale of county property adjoining 

public highways, § 4076-8. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(11), 
5934. 
Holidays, § 7052. 
Industrial plants. 

Penalty for erection in certain por- 
tions, § 4074. 
Plants ineeting certain require- 
ments excepted, § 4074. 
Inquests, magistrate may hold, § 

3571(3). 
Intoxicating liquors. 

Disposition of revenue from, § 4077-4. 
Jail, physician for, § 1956. 
James Island park commission, § 

4077-6. 
Judicial sales, time and place, §§ 9076, 

9077. 
Land ceded to United States, § 2042(58). 
Lands granted to certain parties, § 

2042(61). 
Legal holidays, §§ 7052, 7053. 
Legal notices, charges, § 8895. 
Legislative delegation, auditing book 

of county officers, § 4073. 
Loans on credit of county, §§ 3881- 

3883. 
Magistrates. 
Acting coroner, neglect of duty, § 

3571(4). 
Inquests in absence of coroner, § 

3571(3). 
Monthly report, § 3792-5. 
Powers, locations and salaries, § 3757. 
Receipts for collections, § 3792-4. 
Reports of. § 3724. 
Master. 
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Master (Cont'd) 
Bond, § 3679. 

Payment of unclaimed funds to coun- 
ty treasurer, § 3700-9(2). 
Sales, place of conducting, § 3700- 
9(1). 
Motor vehicles. 
License for sale of food, fruit, etc., 
from, § 4077-1. 

Negotiable instruments, holidays, §§ 

7052, 7053. 
North Charleston park and playground 

commission, § 4077-9. 
Notices, publication, rates, § 8895. 
Parks. 

James Island park commission, § 
4077-6. 

North Charleston park, § 4077-9. 
Peace officers. 

Monthly report, § 3792-5. 

Receipts for collections, § 3792-4. 
Permits. 

Construction or alteration of cer- 
tain buildings, § 4076-9. 
Playgrounds. 

North Charleston park and play- 
ground commission, § 4077-9. 
Police commission, § 3792(3). 

Institution of triplicate sums and 
receipt system, § 3792-1. 
Pollution of streams and air, § 1504. 
Poor tax, city of Charleston excepted, 

§ 4977. 
Port utilities commission, § 6727-6734. 
Potatoes. 

Seed potatoes, § 5806-122. 
Powers and duties. 

To prevent erosion and preservation 
of beaches, § 6147. 
Prisoners, sheriff's fees for dieting, § 

4950. 
Prisons and prisoners. 

Chaingang, § 4075-1. 

Service of sentences by prisoners un- 
der 18 months or less sentence, § 
1960-2. 
Probate court to remain as established, 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 19. 
Probate judge, bond, § 3645. 
Publication of legal notices, rates, § 

8895. 
Public welfare board, § 4077. 
Recorded instruments, entry on book, 

§ 8889. 
Referee, office abolished, § 3678. 
Register of mesne conveyances. 

Bond, § 3630. 

Deputy, § 3631. 

Election, time of, § 3628. 

Fees, §§ 4925, 4927-3. 

Oaths, § 3630. 



CHARLESTON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Register of mesne conveyances (Cont'd) 
Term, § 3628. 

Vacancy, county auditor to act, § 
3637. 

Reimbursement agreements, provisions 
inapplicable, § 5945. 

Reports weekly from county police, § 

3792-2. 
Road duty. 

Manual labor not required, § 5860. 
Roads, damage to, § 1645. 
St. Andrews parish, § 4077-10. 
St. James Santee township, constitu- 
tional limitations as to bonded in- 
debtedness inapplicable. Const. '95, 
art. 10, §§ 5, 6. 
Salaries. 
Treasurer may pay salaries of coun- 
ty officers and employees for cer- 
tain months, § 4076-10. 
Sanitary and drainage commission. 
Annual budget, § 4076-3. 
Approval of plans for streets or 

roads, § 6148. 
Condemnation by, § 4075. 
Duties of clerk of court devolved on, 

§ 6115. 
Establishment of chaingang, § 4075-1. 
Exchange of property, § 6147. 
Functions, § 6147. 
Keeping separate funds received 

from gasoline taxes, § 4076-3. 
Laws relative to not affected, § 6137. 
Letting of contracts exceeding 

$500.00, S 4076. 
Number of members, § 6146. 
Opening highway, § 6147. 
Powers and duties. 
As to use of roads and highways 
and eliinination of traffic haz- 
ards, § 4076-1. 
Powers and functions, § 6147. 
Sale of property unnecessary for 

highway purposes, § 6147. 
Sponsoring drainage and paving 
projects, § 4076-2. 
Saturday afternoon, negotiable instru- 
ments, §§ 7052-7053. 
School districts. 
District No. 14. 
Provisions as to mill levy inappli- 
cable, § 5332. 
District No. 20, § 5546. 
Administration of funds, § 5546-8. 
Borrowing on anticipated revenue, 
§ 5546-1. 
Levy and collection of school taxes, 

§ 2848-14. 
Special tax. 
Reduction or discontinuance in- 
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School funds. 

Board of trustees administer, § 
5546-8. 

Surplus, disposition, § 5545-2. 
Schools. 

Application, § 5544-9. 

Extra expenses to operate, § 5544-8. 

Reserve fund, provisions as to, in- 
applicable, § 5372. 

Teachers, § 5544-7. 
School tax. 

Additional tax levy in Charleston, 
§ 5546-3. 

District tax levies to operate certain 
schools, § 5544-4. 

Special tax, § 5545-5. 

Two mill tax levy for school in 
Charleston, § 5546-2. 
School trustees. 

Appointment, § 5544-5. 

Budgets, preparation and filing, § 
5545-1. 

Centralized high school district for 
districts 15, 17, 18, 19 and 22, § 5548. 

District No. 20, § 5546. 

Election, § 5544-5. 

Execution of vouchers, § 5544-5. 

Secretary, § 5544-5. 

Vacancies, § 5544-5. 
Seed potatoes, § 5806-122. 
Service officers, § 2970-10. 
Sewers. 

Sewer districts, § 4077-5. 
Sheriff. 

Bond, § 3479. 

Fees. 
Dieting prisoners, § 4950. 
Judicial sales, § 3542. 
Sinking funds. 

County board fund, § 5544-2. 

Subsection inapplicable, § 3884(2). 
Soft surface road, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(11). 
Special school tax, § 5545-5. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(11), 

5933-1(5), 5934. 
Stono Bridge Company, rate of tolls, 

§ 6066. 
Street railway tracks, change of, 8222. 
Sullivan's Island. 

Board of township commissioners, § 
4077-8. 

Buildings on, §§ 2246, 2248, 2249. 
Superintendent of education. 

Assistant, § 5544-1. 

Budgets of school districts, § 5545-1. 

Duties, §§ 5544-1, 5545. 

Employees, § 5544-1. 

Jurisdiction outside of city of 
Charleston, § 5545. 
Tax districts, § 2736. 
Taxes. 



CHARLESTON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Taxes (Cont'd; 

Assessment and equalization, §§ 2752- 
2758, 2759-2764. 

Board of assessment, §§ 2752-2758, 
2759-2765. 

Delinquent school taxes, § 2848-13. 

Exemption of manufactories, §§ 2762, 
2848; Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 

Exemptions. 
Certain manufacturers, § 2884(2). 

Funds in hands of sheriff from sale 
of property, § 2848-3. 

Levy and collection of school taxes 
in Charleston school district, § 
2848-14. 

Property acquired or to be acquired 
by United States, § 2848-1. 
Teachers, § 5544-7. 
Timber carts, § 1668. 
Toll bridge. 

Cooper river, § 6067. 

Stono Bridge Company, § 6066. 
Township board of assessors, duties, 

§ 2739. 
Township boards of commissioners, 

compensation, § 2740. 
Township of Folly Island, § 4077-7. 
Townships, bonded debt, exception 

from limitations, Christ's church 

parish township, Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 5. 
Traffic officers, powers of rural police- 
men, §§ 3792(5), 3792-3. 
Vacancies in county offices. 

Filling, § 4076-5. 
Veterans. 

Service officers, § 2970-10. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 
Water courses and cuts, closing, notice, 

§ 6013. 
Welfare. 

Public welfare board, § 4077. 
Wine. 

Disposition of revenue from, § 4077-4. 
Witnesses, fees, § 4964. 

CHARLESTON HARBOR 

See Pilots; Ports. 

CHARLESTON HOME 

Inmates, deceased, disposal of person- 
alty, S 8863-1. 

CHARLESTON NAVY YARD LINE 

Passengers, shelters for, § 8503. 
Rules and regulations by public serv- 
ice commission, § 8502. 
Trackage, § 8504. 

CHARLESTON ORPHAN HOUSE 

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CHARLESTON ORPHAN HOUSE 

(Cont'd) 
Board of commissioners (Cont'd) 
Clerk, indenture of apprentices, § 

7025. 
Indenture of apprentices, § 7026. 

CHARTERS 

See Banks; Corporations: Insurance; 
Municipal Corporations; Railroads 
and the other specific titles. 

CHASTITY 

Imputing want of, damages, § 8659. 
Offenses against. 
See the particular offenses. 

CHATTEL MORTGAGES 

See Liens; Mortgages and Deeds of 
Trust. 
Attachment. 

Action to recover purchase money, 
§ 546. 
Bill of lading. 

For mortgaged goods, negotiation of, 
§ 7010. 

Subsequent negotiation by one who 
has mortgaged goods, § 7002. 
Cancellation, entry on margin of mort- 
gage, § 8709. 
Cotton, deposit under lien without no- 
tice, § 6478. 
Crops. 

Description of land, § 8716. 

Judicial sale of land, § 8717. 

Recording, § 3639-1(1). 

"Valid only for year, § 8716. 
Description of property necessary, § 

8713. 
Discharge. 

Partial payment, § 8719. 

Postponement of seizure, § 8719. 

Refusal of tender, § 8718. 
Distress for rent, § 8819. 
Money lenders. 

Excessive mortgage. 
Unlawful, § 8722. 
■When void, § 8723. 
Partial payment, lien not defeated, § 

8719. 
Possession under bill of sale, time for 

redemption, § 8714. 
Postponement of seizure, not discharge, 

§ 8719. 
Purchase money. 

Attachment, S 546. 
Recording, §§ 3635, 3639-1(1). 

Filing renewals, § 8878. 

Limit on previous mortgages, § 8879. 

Notice limited to three years, § 8876. 

Public service corporations except- 
ed, § 8880. 

Renewal, § 8877. 



CHATTEL MORTGAGES (Cont'd) 
Recording (Cont'd) 
Where both realty and personalty 
covered, § 3635. 
Redemption. 
Right of, § 8518. 
Time for, § 8714. 
Registration, §§ 3635, 3639-1(1), 
Sale of mortgaged property, §§ 1277, 

8715. 
Satisfaction. 
Entry on record, §§ 8702, 8703. 
Foreign personal representative, § 

8955. 
Holder of note payable to bearer may 
satisfy same without assignment 
by original mortgagee, § 8726-1. 
Oconee county, §§ 8724-8726. 
Satisfaction of record, method, § 8702. 
Security for loan. 
Charges for drawing up mortgage, §§ 

8720-8723. 
Examination of property, charge un- 

ful, § 8721. 
Unlawful charges by lender, § 8720. 
Shipment of goods, § 7010. 
Tax assessment, apportionment, § 2775. 
Tender by mortgagor, § 8718. 

CHECKS 

Acceptance or certification, §§ 6938, 

6939. 
Definition, § 6936. 

Drawing and uttering without suffi- 
cient funds, § 1167. 
Not operative as assignment, § 6940. 
Payment of interest on state stock, §§ 

3162-3164. 
Plantation checks, offering to laborers, 

§ 7030-12, 
Presentment for payment, time for, § 

6937. 
Trade checks, buying, etc., prohibited, 

§ 7034-5. 
■Worthless check law, § 1167. 

Fees of magistrates and constables, § 

3718-1. 

CHEESE. §§ 5129-1 to 5129-15. 
See Milk and Milk Products. 
Chemist's certificate of analysis prima 

facie evidence, § 5129-10. 
Coloring combinations to resemble 
cheese, prohibited, § 5129-4. 
, Imitation. 

Hotels and restaurants to advertise 

use of, § 5129-9. 
Manufacture and sale prohibited, § 

5129-5. 
Sale as genuine prohibited, § 5129-8. 
■What constitutes, § 5129-2. 
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CHEESE (Cont'd) 
Substitutes (Cont'd) 
Coloring matter in, prohibited, § 

5129-3. 
Marking of, § 5129-6. 
Possession of unmarked, prohibited, 
§ 5129-7. 
Violations, penalty, § 5129-10. 

CHEMISTS 

Attendance at trial. § 1100. 
Inquests, examination of dead bodies, 
§§ 1098, 1099. 

CHERAW, TOWN OF 

Bonded debt, limitations, exceptions. 
Const. "95, art. 8, § 7. 

Commissioners of public works, abol- 
ished, § 7281. 

CHEROKEE COUNTY l 

Agriculture extension board, § 5806- 

123. 
Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052. 
Appropriations, diverting or exceed- 
ing, § 4084. 
Attorney, § 4121-2. 
Auctions. 

Auctioneer, § 4121-1. 
Audit annually of affairs, § 4119. 
Bailiffs, § 3518. 
Beer. 

Disposition of beer revenue, § 4121-5. 
Bonds. 

Official bonds, § 4121. 

Township road bonds, §§ 4088-4103. 
Borrowing for public projects, § 4121-3. 
Boundaries, § 2986. 
Boxing commission. 

Appointment, § 7154. 

No appeal from decisions, § 7154. 
Bridge fund. 

Expenditure, § 4108. 

Funds inapplicable to, § 4110. 
Capitation tax, § 4087. 
Circuit court, terms, § 57. 
Claims, approval, § 4080. 
Clerk of court. 

Election, time of, §§ 2350, 3577. 

Fees, § 4923. 

Recording of copy of plats, § 4925. 
Common pleas, terms, § 57. 

Fees, worthless checks, § 3718-1. 
Coroner, election, §§ 2350, 3553. 
Cotton weigher for Gaffney. §§ 6417(1)- 

6417(5). 
County board of commissioners. 

Appropriations, diverting or exceed- 
ing, § 4084. 

Claims, approval, § 4080. 

Clerk, § 4082. 

Composition, § 4078. 



CHEROKEE COUNTY (Cont'd) 

County board of commissioners 
(Cont'd) 
Duties. § 4079. 
Election, § 4078. 
Itemized statement of expenditures, 

§ 4083. 
Meetings, § 4080. 
Purchase of supplies, etc., § 4083. 
Road work, § 4081. 
Salaries, § 4078. 
Sale of road improvement bonds, § 

4092. 
Violations, penalty, § 4085. 
County board of health, § 5055-9. 
County commissioners. 
Borrowing by, § 4112. 
Condemnation by, § 4116. 
Disbursement of road funds, § 4114. 
Funds turned over to by county 

treasurer, § 4113. 
Reimbursement of permanent road 

funds, § 4117. 
Reports, § 415. 

Violation of duties, removal, § 4085. 
County court, provisions as to inappli- 
cable, § 101. 
County health department. 
Appropriation, § 5055-9. 
Publication of statement. § 4118. 
Secretary, § 5055-9. 
Services, § 5055-9. 
County officers, election, time of inap- 
plicable, § 2350. 
County property, use by nonemployees 

prohibited, § 1174-1. 
County supervisor. 
Duties, § 4079. 
Loans on credit of county, §§ 3881- 

3883. 
Publication of statement, § 4118. 
Salary, § 4078. 

Statement of claims audited, publi- 
cation, inapplicable, § 3827. 
Term, § 4078. 
Violation of duties, § 4085. 
County treasurer. 

Certain highway funds turn over to 

county commissioners, § 4113. 
Execution fees go into county funds, 

§ 2849-3. 
Itemized statement, § 4086. 
Publication of statement of fines, §§ 
3727, 3728. 
Dog tax, § 2617. 
Amount, § 2617. 
Enforcement by rural officers and 

school trustees, § 2617. 
Fees of county treasurer, § 2617. 
Penalty for non-payment, § 2617. 
Proceeds, use of, § 2617. 
Drainage, districts and improvements, 
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CHEROKEE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Election. 
County officers, time of, inapplicable, 

§ 2350. 
Township road bonds, §§ 4088, 4089. 
Voting precincts, §§ 2296, 2418-2. 
Fees. 
Clerk of court, § 4923. 
Probate judge, §§ 4992, 4945. 

Marriage license, § 8558. 
Worthless checks, § 3718-1. 
Fish, oysters, etc., §§ 1801-1 to 1801-2. 
Gaffney, town of, cotton weigher, §§ 

6417(1)-6417(5). 
Game and game laws, §§ 1792 to 

1792-1, 1801 to 1801-2. 
Gasoline and gasoline tax. 

Use of funds from, § 4121-4. 
General sessions. 
Stenographer, part payment of sal- 
ary, § 57(3). 
Terms, § 57. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(12). 
High school district. 
Board of trustees, § 5551. 
Establishment, § 5551. 
Highway commission, duties devolved 

on county commissioners, § 4105. 
Highways. 
Drag monthly, § 4107. 
Improvement, townships to bear pro 

rata expense, § 4109. 
Maintenance, § 4107. 

Tax, § 4111. 
Operation of trucks, § 4919. 
Placing dirt, etc., on, inapplicable, § 

1659. 
Road duty, number of days, § 5862. 
Road engineer, employment, § 4094. 
Road funds. 
Expenditure, inapplicable, § 4110. 
Expenditure, method, § 4106. 
Road work, duties of county board 

of commissioners, § 4081. 
Rural free delivery routes, § 4104. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(12), 
5934. 
Investment of sinking funds, inappli- 
cable, § 3884. 
Jurors. 

Summoning, § 617. 
Term of, § 625. 
Libraries. 
Tax levy support Carnegie free 
library, school district No. 10, § 
5551-1. 
License tax, dogs, § 2617. 
Loans on credit of county, §§ 3881-3883. 
Magistrates. 
Bonds, § 3759. 
Election, § 3759. 



CHEROKEE COUNTY (Cont'd) 

Magistrates (Cont'd) 
Location and salary, § 3759. 
Publication of statements, § 4118. 
Worthless checks, fees, § 3718-1. 
Manufacturers, tax exemption, Const. 

'95. art. 8, § 8; § 536. 
Marriage license, fee of probate judge, 

disposition, § 8558. 
Officers, violation of duty, removal, § 

4085. 
Permanent road fund, reimbursement, 

§ 4117. 
Probate judge. 
Fees, §§ 4942, 4945. 
Marriage license fee, § 8558. 
Provisions as to water courses in, §§ 

6028(l)-6028(6). 
Public libraries. 
School districts. 
Tax levy support Carnegie free 
library, school district No. 10, 
§ 5551-1. 
Public projects. 

Borrowing, § 4121-3. 
Roads. 

See this title. Highways. 
Rural free delivery routes, improve- 
ment and maintenance, § 4104. 
Rural police. 
Appointment and removal, § 3792-11. 
Bond, § 3792-11. 
Composition, § 3792-11. 
Duties, § 3792-11. 
Equipment, § 3792-11. 
Oath, § 3792-11. 
Posse comitatus, § 3792-11. 
Powers, § 3792-11. 
Salary, § 3792-11. 
Sheriff to control, § 3792-11. 
School district. 
Assessors, § 2849-1. 
Blacksburg grammar school district 

No. 9, § 5550-1. 
Borrowing money from federal 
agencies for public projects, § 
5549-1. 
District No. 10. 

Constitutional limitation as to 
bonded debt, inapplicable. Const. 
'95, art. 10, § 5. 
Electors vote on consolidating, § 
5549-3. 
Schools. 
Buses. 
Use for purpose other than trans- 
porting pupils, § 5549-4. 
Tax levies, § 5549-2. 
Textbooks, § 5549. 
School trustees. 
Blacksburg school district No. 9, § 
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CHEROKEE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
School trustees (Cont'd) 
Dog tax, enforcement, § 2617. 
High school for districts, 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 

8 and 9, § 5551. 
Investigating tax returns, § 2849-6. 
Selection, § 5550. 
Sheriff. 
Duties as to delinquent taxes de- 
volved on tax collector, § 2849-4. 
Duties as to rural police, § 3792-11. 
Election, §§ 2350, 3473. 
Fees, worthless checks, § 3718-1. 
Sinking fund commission, § 4120. 
Appointment and term, § 4120(10). 
Audit of books, § 4120(7). 
Bond and interest fund, § 4120(9). 
Bonds for members, § 4120(6,10). 
Collection, § 4120(5). 
Compensation, § 4120(10). 
Composition, § 4120(10). 
Creation, § 4120(1). 
Definitions, § 4120(2). 
Duties, § 4120(3). 
Estimate of fund requirements, § 

4120(8). 
Loans on personal endorsement or 

stock, § 4120(4). 
Powers as to transactions with and 

claims against former members, § 

4120(12). 
Publication of statements, § 4118(6). 
Statement of transactions, § 4120(10). 
Sinking funds, investment, inapplica- 
ble, § 3884(6). 
State highway system, §§ 5926(12), 

5934. 
Streams. 
Cleaning. 

Article supplementary, § 6028(6). 

Cost lien on land, § 6028(4). 

Failure, § 6028(4). 

Notice, § 6028(2). 
Personal notice, § 6028(3). 

Refund of costs, § 6028(5). 

Time for, § 6028(1). 
Running streams, obstructing, § 1214. 
Superintendent of education. 
County board of health, member of, 

§ 5055-9. 
Publication of statement, § 4118. 
Separate account for each school 

district, § 4118(8). 
Tax collector. 
Appointment, § 2849-4. 
Bond, § 2849-4. 
Certifying nulla bonas, errors, or 

duplicate charges in tax records, § 

2849-5. 
Fees, § 2849-4. 

Levy of tax executions, § 2849-4. 
Powers and duties, § 2849-4. 



CHEROKEE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Tax Collector (Cont'd) 
Reports, § 2849-4. 
Seizure and sale, § 2849-4. 
Settlements, § 2849-4. 
Term, § 2849-4. 
Taxes. 
Changes in assessments after returns 

made, § 2849-2. 
Duties of boards of equalization, § 

2849-6. 
Exemption of manufactories, § 2849. 
Exemptions. 
Certain manufactories. Const. '95, 

art. 8, § 8. 
Township road bonds, § 4103. 
Road maintenance tax, § 4111. 
Schools, § 5549-2. 
Tax returns, § 2849-2. 
Township boards of assessors, estab- 
lishment, § 2737. 
Township road improvement. 
Bonds. 
Deposit of proceeds, § 4094. 
Disposition of funds, § 4097. 
Election, § 4088. 
Form of ballot, § 4089. 
Townships independent, § 4101. 
Form, § 4090. 
Sale of, § 4092. 
Tax exempt, § 4103. 
Tax levy, § 4093. 
Disposition of, § 4099. 
Contracts for repair and mainte- 
nance, § 4102. 
One-mill tax for maintenance, § 

4102. 
Road engineer. 
Employment, § 4094. 
Qualifications, § 4100. 
Township highway commission, § 
4091. 
Abolished, § 4097. 
Compensation, § 4098. 
Condemnation, § 4094. 
Expenditure of fund, § 4094. 
Width and grade of roads, § 4096. 
Work on roads, § 4095. 
Townships, pro rata expense of high- 
way improvement, § 4109. 
Voting precincts, §§ 2296, 2418-2. 

CHERRIES 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

CHESTER, CITY OF 

Bonded debt, constitutional limita- 
tions, inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 8, 
§ 7. 

Commissioner of public works, abol- 
ished, § 7281. 

Constitution of South Carolina. 



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CHESTER, CITY OF (Cont'd) \ 

Constitution of South Carolina (Cont'd) 
Tax on abutting property, Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 15. 
Pledge of taxes for payment of loans, 
§ 7675-16. 

CHESTER COUNTY 

Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Auctioneers, § 4138-3. 
Audit, § 4138-2. 
Board of assessors, school district No. 

1, § 2850-1. 
Bonds. 

Constables, § 3793-5. 

Cotton weighers, § 6418. 

Officers file bonds in clerk of court's 
office, § 4138-1. 

Peace officers, § 3793-4. 
Boundaries, § 2987. 
Bounty for coyotes. 

Advertising, § 1802-1. 

Authority of game warden, § 1802-1. 

Fund, § 1802-1. 

Payment, manner of, § 1802-1. 

Records and report by game warden, 
1802-1. 
Boxing commission. 

Appointment, § 7154. 

No appeal from decisions, § 7154. 
Chaingangs, control by county board 

of directors, § 4129. 
Chester school district, board of as- 
sessors, § 2850-1. 
Circuit court, terms, § 56. 
Clerk of court. 

Fees, § 4928. 

Recording of copy of plats, § 4925. 
Commissioners of health and drain- 
age, county board of commissioners 

to act as, § 6156. 
Common pleas, terms, § 56. 
Constables. 

Appointment, § 3793-5. 

Bonds. § 3793-4. 

Delinquent taxes, duties as to, § 
2850-3. 

Enforcement of law, § 3793-5. 

Fees, worthless check law, § 3718-1. 
Convicts. 

Transportation to penitentiary, § 
4138-4. 
Coroner, inquest jury, § 3572. 
Cotton weighers, § 6418. 
County board fund, composition, § 

5552-3. 
County board of commissioners to act 

as commissioners of health and 

drainage, § 6156. 
County board of directors. 

Appointment, etc., § 4123. 



CHESTER COUNTY (Cont'd) 
County board of directors (Cont'd) 

Bonds, § 4124. 

Care of indigent, § 4132. 

Chaingang, control of, § 4135. 

Chairman, § 4124. 

Clerk. 
Bond, § 4128. 
Duties, § 4127. 
Salary, § 4128. 

Compensation, § 4124. 

Composition, § 4123. 

Deputy tax collectors, employment, § 
2850-3. 

Duties devolved upon, § 4125. 

Employees, § 4127. 
Bond and compensation, § 4128. 

General duty, § 4126. 

General laws applicable, § 4133. 

Highway tax, apportionment, § 4134. 

Poorhouse farm, sale of, § 4132. 

Prisoners sentenced less than six 
months, § 1037. 

Road tax funds, expenditure, § 4136. 

System of administration, § 4126. 
County board of education, books and 

clothing for destitute pupils, § 5552-2. 
County court, provisions as to inappli- 
cable, § 101. 
County nurse, report on destitute 

school children, § 5552-2. 
County physician, examinations for 

commitments to state hospital, § 

6229. 
County supervisor. 

Loans on credit of county, §§ 3881- 
3883. 
County treasurer. 

Assistant, appointment and bond, § 
4137. 

Publication of annual report at pub- 
lic expense prohibited, § 2781. 

Record of road taxes, § 4135. 
Court house, injuring, penalty, § 1175. 
Coyotes, bounty for, S 1802-1. 
Deputy tax collectors. 

Appointment, § 2850-3. 

Bond, § 2850-3. 

Books of, § 2850-3. 

Compensation, S 2850-3. 

Employment, § 2850-3. 

Notice to persons interested, § 2850-3. 

Powers and duties, § 2850-3. 

Removal, § 2850-3. 

Sheriff, duties, § 2850-3. 
Destitute school children, books and 

clothing for, § 5552-2. 

Drainage. 

Districts and improvements, inap- 
plicable, § 6096. 

Powers and duties of county board 
of commissioners, § 6156. 



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CHESTER COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Elections, voting precincts, § 2296. 
Executions. 
Directed to bonded peace officers, § 
3793-3. 
Fees. 
Cleric: of court, § 4928. 
Magistrates and constables, worth- 
less check law, § 3718-1. 
Fines. 

Peace officer accepting check or 
draft, § 3793-2. 
Fish, oysters, etc., § 1802. 
Forfeited land commission. 

Payment of expenses of purchase 
and sale of lands forfeited for 
taxes, § 2850-4. 
Game and game laws, §§ 1792 to 1792-1, 

1802 to 1802-2. 
Game fund, use of portion of for des- 
titute school children, § 5552-2. 
Game warden, partridges, permit to 

trap, § 1802-2. 
General sessions, terms, § 56. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(13). 
Hawkers and peddlers. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-3. 
Highways. 
Division of county into highway dis- 
tricts, § 4129. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(13), 

5934. 
Tax. 
Account by county treasurer, § 

4135. 
Apportionment, § 4134. 
Expenditure, § 4136. 
Inquest jury, § 3572. 
Insurance. 

Schools, § 5552. 
Intoxicating liquor. 

By rural police, § 3793. 
Investment of sinking funds, inappli- 
cable, § 3884. 
Judgments and decrees. 
Workmen's compensation. 
Judgments against, § 4138-5. 
Jurors, term of, § 625. 
Jury of inquest, § 3572. 
Libraries. 

Circulating library, § 5555. 
Loans, on credit of county, §§ 3881- 

3883. 
Magistrates, § 3760. 
Compensation, § 3778. 
Delinquent taxes, duties as to, § 

2850-3. 
Fees, worthless check law, § 3718-1. 
Jury, § 3712-1. 
Marriage license, fee of probate judge, 
§ 8558. 



CHESTER COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Mill dams, removal by commissioner 

of health and drainage, § 6156. 
Offices. 
Closing offices one afternoon week- 
ly May thru August, § 4138. 
Partridges, perinit for game warden to 

trap, § 1802-2. 
Peace officers. 
Accepting check or draft as pay- 
ment of fine, §' 3793-2. 
Bonds, § 3793-4. 

Executions may be directed to bond- 
ed peace officers, § 3793-3. 
Penitentiary. 
Transportation of convicts to, § 
4138-4. 
Poorhouse farm, sale, § 4132. 
Probate judge, marriage license fee, § 

8558. 
Public library. 

Circulating library, § 5555. 
Quail, open season, § 1781. 
Rabbits, hunting season, § 1781(15). 
Road tax. 
Apportionment, § 4134. 
Record by county treasurer, § 4135. 
Rural electrification. 

Tax exemptions, § 2850. 
Rural police. 

Appointment, § 3793. 
Bond, § 3793. 
Duties, § 3793. 

Liquors, destruction of, § 3793. 
Payment, § 3793. 
Removal, § 3793. 
Reports, weekly, § 3793. 
Rural police commission, appoint- 
ment, powers, etc., § 3793. 
School district No. 1, board of asses- 
sors, § 2850-1. 
School districts. 
Baton Rouge-Wilkesburg school dis- 
trict No. 14, § 5554. 
Disbursement of school funds, § 

5368. 
School funds, county board fund, § 
5552-3. 
Schools. 
Destitute children, purchase and dis- 
tribution of books and clothing, § 
5552-2. 
Funds for erection and repair of 
buildings and promotion of educa- 
tion, § 5552-4. 
Insurance of buildings, § 5552. 
Textbooks, § 5552-1. 
Transportation of school children, § 

5553-2. 
Use of certain license fees for edu- 
cational purposes, § 5552-3. 



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CHESTER COUNTY (Cont'd) 
School trustees. 
Baton Rouge-Wilkesburg school dis- 
trict No. 14, § 5554. 
Submission of budget by superin- 
tendent of education, § 5553. 
Sentence less than six months, service 

of, § 1037. 
Sheriff. 
Delinquent taxes, duties as to, § 

2850-3. 
Deputies, bonds, § 3793-4. 
Fees for judicial sales, § 3542. 
Sinking funds, investment, inapplica- 
ble, § 3884(6). 
Special road tax, § 4134. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(13), 

5934. 
Streams. 
Cleaning. 

Failure, § 6028(4). 
Notice, § 6028(2). 
Personal notice, § 6028(3). 
Public notice, § 6028(2). 
Refund of costs, § 6028(5). 
Sections supplementary, § 6028(6). 
Time for, § 6028(1). 
Running streams, obstructing, § 1214. 
Superintendent of education, § 5313. 
Books and clothing for destitute pu- 
pils, § 5552-2. 
Salary, § 5553-1. 
Submission of budgets to trustees, § 

5553. 
Traveling expenses, § 5553-1. 
Supervisor of roads. 
Bond, § 4128. 

Deputy supervisors, § 4129. 
Employment, § 4127. 
Removal, § 4128. 
Salary, § 4128. 
Taxes. 
Board of assessors. 
Investigation of claims for poll 
tax exemption, § 2842-2. 
Collection of delinquent taxes, § 

2850-3. 
Exemption of manufactories, § 2850; 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Exemptions, § 2850. 
Special road tax, § 4134. 
Township boards of commissioners, 
duties, § 2739. 
Township boards of assessors, duties 
devolved on township boards of 
commissioners, § 2739. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 
Water courses, drainage, § 6156. 
Workmen's compensation. 
Judgments against county or sub- 
divisions, § 4138-5. 



CHESTERFIELD COUNTY 

Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Auctioneer of horses, mules, etc., li- 
cense, § 7118. 
Audit, § 4145. 
Bailiffs, § 3518. 

Bonded debt, constitutional limita- 
tions inapplicable, Const. '95, art. 10, 
§ 5. 
Bonds. 

Outstanding validated, Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 5. 
School districts, limitations, § 5333. 
Boundaries, § 2988. 
Circuit court, terms, § 54. 
Common pleas, terms, § 54. 

Commutation tax. 
Constables, § 3760-1. 
Cotton. 
Traffic in unpacked lint. 
Between sunset and sunrise pro- 
hibited, § 6394. 
Without license, § 6394. 
Cotton weighers, § 6419. 
County auditor. 
Power to increase levy to meet out- 
standing bonds, § 4148. 
Sinking fund commission, member 
of, § 4148. 
County board of commissioners, S 
4139. 
Approval of. 

Claims against county. § 4142. 
Bonds, § 4141. 
Chairman, § 4141. 
Election, § 4140. 
Loans, § 4147. 
Meetings, § 4143. 
Office at county seat, § 4142. 
Powers and duties, §§ 4142, 4143. 
Road districts, county divided into, 

§ 4139(1). 
Salary, § 4140. 
Special election, § 4139(2). 
Statement of expenditures, § 4147. 
Supervisor of roads, employment 

and duties, § 4143. 
Term, § 4140. 
Transactions with county prohibited, 

S 4144. 
Vacancies, § 4140. 
County court, provisions as to inap- 
plicable, § 101. 
County supervisor. 
Loans on credit of county, §§ 3881- 

3883. 
Statement of claims audited, publi- 
cation, inapplicable, § 3827. 
County treasurer. 
Publication of annual report at pub- 
lic expense prohibited, § 2829. 



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CHESTERFIELD COUNTY (Cont'd) 
County treasurer (Cont'd) 

Report to county board of commis- 
sioners, § 2778. 
Sinking fund commission, member 
of, § 4148. 
Dog tax, § 2616. 
Drainage, districts and improvements, 

inapplicable, § 6096. 
Elections, voting precincts, § 2296. 
Fees. 

Magistrates. 
Worthless checks, § 3718-1. 

Sheriff and treasurer receive salaries 
in lieu of, § 4146. 
Game and game laws, § 1803. 
General sessions, terms, § 54. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(14). 
Highway. 

Mail routes, § 5866. 

Placing dirt, trash, etc., on, inappli- 
cable, § 1659. 

State highway system, §§ 5926(14), 
5934. 
Intoxicating liquors. 

Manufacture and sale, § 1835. 
Investment of sinking funds, inappli- 
cable, § 3884(6). 
Jefferson centralized high school dis- 
trict, § 5559-1. 
Licenses, auctioneer of cattle, § 7118. 
License tax, dogs, § 2616. 
Loans, on credit of county, §§ 3881- 

3883. 
Magistrates, § 3760-1. 

Fees, worthless checks, § 3718-1. 
Mail routes as highways, § 5866. 
Marriage license, fee of probate judge, 

disposition, § 8558. 
Master. 

Appointment, § 3678. 

Practice of law, § 3683. 
Notes outstanding validated. Const. 

'95, art. 10, § 5. 
Pageland centralized high school dis- 
trict, § 5559. 

Bonds, terms of and tax for payment, 
§ 5559. 
Probate judge, marriage license fee, § 

8558. 
Recorded instrument, entry in file 

book inapplicable, § 8889. 
Referee, office abolished, § 3678. 
Rural peace officers. 

Appointment, § 3793-11(1). 

Bond, § 3793-11(6). 

Compensation, § 3793-11(2). 

Cooperate with law enforcement of- 
ficers, § 3793-11(7). 

Duties, § 3793-11(3). 

Oath, § 3793-11(6). 



CHESTERFIELD COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Rural peace officers (Cont'd) 
Powers, § 3793-11(5). 
Removal, § 3793-11(1). 
Sheriff controls activities, § 3793- 

11(4). 
Term, § 3793-11(1). 
Rural police. 
Bond, 2851-2(1, 2). 
Delinquent tax collections, § 2851- 
2(1,2). 
School districts. 
Bonds, limitation, § 5333. 
Jefferson centralized high school 

district, § 5559-1. 
Pageland centralized high school dis- 
trict, § 5559. 
Special tax, reduction or discontin- 
uance, inapplicable, § 5332. 
Schools. 
Contracts of teachers and other em- 
ployees, § 5556-1. 
Employment of teachers, § 5556-2. 
Kindergarten schools, inapplicable, § 

5403. 
Transportation of children, § 5556. 
School trustees, § 5558. 
Census of dogs, § 2616. 
Election, § 5343. 

Jefferson centralized high school dis- 
trict, § 5559-1. 
Pageland centralized high school dis- 
trict, § 5559. 
Sheriff. 
Collection of delinquent taxes, § 

2851-2(1,2). 
Fees, delinquent tax collections, § 

2851-2(1,2). 
Salary in lieu of fees, § 4146. 
Sinking fund commission, § 4148. 
Appointment, § 4140. 
Disbursements, § 4148. 
Oath of members, § 4148. 
Personnel, § 4148. 
Powers and duties, § 4148. 
Sinking funds, investment, inapplica- 
ble, § 3884(6). 
State highway system, §§ 5926(14), 

5933-1(6), 5934. 
Streams, duty of landowner to clean 

out inapplicable, § 1217. 
Superintendent of education, record 

of school funds, § 5557. 
Taxes. 
Collection of delinquent taxes, § 

2851-2. 
Delinquent collections, § 2851-2(1,2). 
Exemption of manufactories, § 

2851(1); Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Exemptions, § 2851. 
Real estate sold United States or un- 
der its possession, § 2851-1. 



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CHESTERFIELD COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Taxes (Cont'd) 

Township boards of commissioners, 
compensation, § 2740. 
Tobacco, charges for sale on floor of 

tobacco warehouse, inapplicable, § 

7197. 
Township board of commissioners, 

compensation, § 2740. 
Treasurer. 

Salary in lieu of fees, § 4146. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 

CHESTERFIELD, TOWN OF 

Officers, election, terms, etc., § 7403. 

CHESTNUTS 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

CHEWING TOBACCO 

Stamp ta.x, § 2527(5). 

CHICKENS 

Burying or burning dead poultry, § 

5046-1. 
Fighting, punishment, § 1445. 
Food. 

See Poultry Preparations. 
Power of trustees of Clemson College, 

§ 5750. 

CHIEF GAME WARDEN 

See Fish, Oysters, etc.; Game. 

CHIEF HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER 

See Highways. 

CHIEF INSPECTOR 

See Fish, Oysters, etc. 

CHILD PLACING BUREAU 

See Children's Bureau. 

CHILDREN 

See Adoption; Guardian and Ward; 
Infants; Parent and Child. 
Aid to dependent children, §§ 4996-34 
to 4996-39. 

See Aid to Dependent Children. 
Domestic relations courts. 

Counties with city over 70,000, §§ 
256-1 to 256-79. 
See Domestic Relations Court. 

CHILDREN'S BUREAU 

Bringing children into state, approval, 

§ 4993. 
False statements, etc., to, § 4996. 
Investigation for state institutions, § 

4994. 
Placing of delinquent. 

Investigation of applicants, § 4990. 



CHILDREN'S BUREAU (Cont'd) 
Placing of delinquent (Cont'd) 

Neglected or dependent children, 

consent to adoption, § 4992. 
Records, § 4991. 
Power to place delinquent, dependent 

children, § 4989. 
Reports to, of removal of children un- 
der six months from mother, § 4995. 

CHILDREN'S COURTS 

See Infants. 

CHIROPODISTS AND CHIROPODY, §§ 

5231-1 to 5231-18. 
Board of examiners, § 5231-5. 

Self-sustaining, § 5231-7. 
Corporations. 

Unlawful to practice, § 5231-13. 
Corrective shoes. 

Not applicable to fitting or sale, § 
5231-18. 
Definitions, § 5231-1. 

Practice defined, § 5231-15. 
Designation, § 5231-3. 
Examination, § 5231-4. 

Averages to receive licenses, § 
5231-9. 

Board of examiners, § 5231-5. 

Fee, § 5231-10. 

Rules and regulations, § 5231-8. 

Time and place, § 5231-7. 
Exemptions, § 5231-17. 
Foot remedies. 

Not applicable to, § 5231-18. 
Licenses. 

Annual fee, § 5231-11. 

Denial or revocation, § 5231-6. 

Display, § 5231-12. 

Required, § 5231-2. 
Non-residents, S 5231-14. 
Penalties, § 5231-16. 
Violations, § 5231-16. 

CHIROPRACTORS 

Licenses, examination, § 5162. 

CHOLERA 

Asiatic cholera, regulations, by Gov- 
ernor, §S 3095, 5088. 

CHOSE IN ACTION 

Assignment, § 398. 
Larceny, § 1142. 

CHURCHES 

See Religious Meetings; Religious 
Societies; Religious Worship. 
Exemption from taxes, § 2578(2); 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 4. 
Filling station, operation in Union 

county close to, § 1324. 



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CIGARETTES 

Sale, etc., to minors, §§ 225 (19), 1465. 
Stamp tax, § 2527(5). 

CIGARS 

Stamp tax, § 2527(5). 

CINDER DEFLECTORS 

Railroad coaches. § 8402. 

CIRCUIT COURT CLERK 

See Circuit Courts. 

CIRCUIT COURT RULES 

Accused. 
Affidavits in mitigation, Cir. Ct. rule 

61. 
Custody of sheriff after arraignment, 

Cir. Ct. rule 35. 
Placing in dock, Cir. Ct. rule 35. 
Plea to indictment in felony cases, 

Cir. Ct. rule 35. 
Presence at trial, Cir. Ct. rule 35. 
Actions. 
Papers to be filed, Cir. Ct. rules 67, 

68. 
Separate statement and numbering. 
Causes of action, Cir. Ct. rule 18. 
Distinct offenses, Cir. Ct. rule 18. 
Affidavits. 

Filing of by plaintiff's attorney, Cir. 

Ct. rule 68. 
Sheriff to file on arrest, Cir. Ct. rule 
4. 
Amendments. 
Case, Cir. Ct. rule 48. 
Exceptions, Cir. Ct. rule 48. 
Motions to amend pleadings, Cir. Ct. 
rule 20. 
Appeal to Supreme Court. 

Case and exceptions, Cir. Ct. rules 

47-49. 
Notice of intention to appeal, Cir. 

Ct. rule 49. 
Preparation of case, Cir. Ct. rule 49. 
Proposed case, Cir. Ct. rule 49. 
Settlement of case on appeal, Cir. 
Ct. rule 49. 
Appearance, service of notice of, Cir. 

Ct. rule 17. 
Argument of counsel. 

After hearing prohibited, Cir. Ct. 

rule 11. 
Interrupting course of, Cir. Ct. rule 

11. 
On objection to admissibility of evi- 
dence, Cir. Ct. rule 11. 
Request to charge, Cir. Ct. rule 11. 
Submission to court, written propo- 
sitions of law, Cir. Ct. rule 11. 
Time for, Cir. Ct. rule 31. 
Arrest, affidavits to be filed by sheriff 
with clerk, Cir. Ct. rule 4. 



CIRCUIT COURT RULES (Cont'd) 
Arrest of judgment, time for motion, 

Cir. Ct. rule 72. 
Attorneys. 

Certification of demurrer, Cir. Ct. 

rule 18. 
Change of attorney, Cir. Ct. rule 7. 
Dress, Cir. Ct. rule 8. 
Filing of papers by plaintiffs attor- 
ney, Cir. Ct. rule 68. 
Notice of appearance or retainer, 

Cir. Ct. rule 17. 
Stipulations, Cir. Ct. rule 14. 
Surety on bonds, etc., prohibited, 
Cir. Ct. rule 9. 
Auctions, sale of land, Cir. Ct. rule 41. 
Bail. 
Accused required to plead to indict- 
ment for felony, Cir. Ct. rule 35. 
Attorney prohibited from becoming 

surety, Cir. Ct. rule 9. 
Justification of sureties, Cir. Ct. 
rules 65, 66. 
Bonds. 
Damages on breach, Cir. Ct. rule 71. 

Guardian and ward, Cir. Ct. rule 42. 
Books. 
Clerks of Circuit Court to keep, Cir. 

Ct. rule 2. 
Discovery, Cir. Ct. rule 43. 
Moving papers, contents, Cir. Ct. 

rule 44. 
Order for discovery, Cir. Ct. rule 

45. 
Order to stay proceedings, Cir. Ct. 
rule 46. 
Calendar. 
Bar calendar, Cir. Ct. rule 26. 
Failure of clerk to produce, Cir. 
Ct. rule 1. 
Entry of causes on, Cir. Ct. rule 26. 

Case. 

Amendments, Cir. Ct. rule 48. 

Change of attorney, Cir. Ct. rule 7. 

Failure to make, waiver, Cir. Ct. 
rule 50. 

How waived and what deemed set- 
tled, Cir. Ct. rule 50. 

Preparation on appeal to Supreme 
Court. Cir. Ct. rule 49. 

Preparation on motion for new trial, 
Cir. Ct. rule 47. 

Settlement, Cir. Ct. rule 47. 
Circuit judges settlement of case on 

appeal to Supreme Court, Cir. Ct. 

rule 49. 
Clerks of court. 

Affidavit of arrest, filing with, Cir. 

Ct. rule 4. 

Books for entry, Cir. Ct. rule 2. 

Calendar, Cir. Ct. rule 26. 



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CIRCUIT COURT RULES (Cont'd) 
Clerks of court (Cont'd) 
Failure to produce statutes at large, 

etc., Cir. Ct. rule 1. 
Indexes, Cir. Ct. rule 2. 

Undertakings filed, Cir. Ct. rule 2. 
Judgments, entry, Cir. Ct. rule 3. 
Statutes at large, inability to pro- 
duce, fine, Cir. Ct. rule 1. 
Commissions, execution and opening 

of, Cir. Ct. rule 34. 
Common pleas calendar, entry of 

causes on, Cir. Ct. rule 26. 
Consent, between parties or their at- 
torneys, to be in writing, Cir. Ct. 
rule 14. 
Continuance. 
Absent witnesses, Cir. Ct. rule 27. 
Motions for, requisites, Cir. Ct. rule 
27. 
Contracts, stipulations, Cir. Ct. rule 14. 
Convention of judges to meet bian- 

nually and establish, § 904. 
Costs. 
Deposit in lieu of undertaking, Cir. 

Ct. rule 10. 
Former suit, Cir. Ct. rule 59. 
Form of undertaking, Cir. Ct. rule 

10. 
Nonresident plaintiff, security for, 

Cir. Ct. rule 10. 
Payment of costs of former suit, Cir. 
Ct. rule 59. 
Costs in Supreme Court, adjustment 
by clerk of Circuit Court, Cir. Ct. 
rule 40. 
Court officers. 
Dress, Cir. Ct. rule 8. 
Prohibited from becoming sureties, 
Cir. Ct. rule 9. 
Criminal cases. 
Arrest of judgment, notice of mo- 
tion, Cir. Ct. rule 72. 
Jury, impaneling, Cir. Ct. rule 25. 
Motion for new trial, Cir. Ct. rule 73. 
Motion in arrest of judgment, Cir. 
Ct. rule 72. 
Damages. 
Affidavit in mitigation, how sub- 
mitted, Cir. Ct. rule 61. 
Breach of official bond, recovery, 
Cir. Ct. rule 71. 
Default judgments. 
Actions to foreclose mortgage, Cir. 

Ct. rule 51. 
Application, Cir. Ct. rule 37. 
Default orders, indorsement by coun- 
sel, Cir. Ct. rule 15. 
Deposit in lieu of undertaking, Cir. Ct. 

rule 10. 
Discovery. 



CIRCUIT COURT RULES (Cont'd) 
Discovery (Cont'd) 
Books and papers, Cir. Ct. rule 43. 
Application, Cir. Ct. rule 43. 
Moving papers, contents, Cir. Ct. 
rule 44. 
Order for discovery, Cir. Ct. rule 

45. 
Order to stay proceedings, Cir. Ct. 
rule 46. 
Moving papers, Cir. Ct. rule 44. 
Dismissal and nonsuit. 
Costs of former suit, Cir. Ct. rule 59. 
Master or referee, Cir. Ct. rule 30. 
Motion for nonsuit, reduction to 

writing, Cir. Ct. rule 18. 
Motion to dismiss complaint or an- 
swer, Cir. Ct. rule 18. 
Submission after jury are consider- 
ing verdict, Cir. Ct. rule 29. 
Want of evidence to support cause 
of action, Cir. Ct. rule 76. 
Docket, entry of causes on, Cir. Ct. 

rule 26. 
Election of remedies. 

Notice, Cir. Ct. rule 77. 
Equity. 
Issues, Cir. Ct. rule 28. 
Jury trial, Cir. Ct. rule 28. 
Settlement by court, Cir. Ct. rule 
28. 
Evidence. 
Commissions, execution and open- 
ing, Cir. Ct. rule 34. 
Discovery of books and papers, Cir. 

Ct. rule 43. 
Motion for nonsuit or directed ver- 
dict for want of, Cir. Ct. rule 76. 
Surveys of land ordered by court, 
notice, Cir. Ct. rule 36. 
Exceptions. 
Amendments, Cir. Ct. rule 48. 
Case and exceptions, on motions for 

new trial, Cir Ct. rules 47, 48. 
New trial, Cir. Ct. rule 47. 
Objections for want of evidence, Cir. 

Ct. rule 76. 
Settling case and exceptions, Cir. 

Ct. rule 47. 
Surveys, Cir. Ct. rule 36. 
To rulings on trial by jury, Cir. Ct. 
rule 48. 
Exceptions, order to stay sale, under- 
taking, Cir. Ct. rule 64. 
Executors and administrators, oath 
and inventory to accompany plea of 
plcne administravit, Cir. Ct. rule 21. 
Federal courts, removed of causes to, 

Cir. Ct. rule 74. 
Felonies, plea to indictment, Cir. Ct. 
rule 35. 



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CIRCUIT COURT RULES (Cont'd) 
Fines, clerks of circuit court failing to 
produce, statutes at large, etc., Cir. 
Ct. rule 1. 
Guardian, right of, to money and prop- 
erty of ward, security, Cir. Ct. rule 
42. 
Guardians ad litem. 
Appointment, Cir. Ct. rule 6. 
Bond, Cir. Ct. rule 42. 
Qualification, Cir. Ct. rule 6. 
Indictment. 

Malicious prosecution, copy of, Cir. 

Ct. rule 70. 
Plea to in cases of felony, Cir. Ct. 
rule 35. 
Infants, right of guardian to property 

of ward, Cir. Ct. rule 42. 
Injunctions, restraining order pending 
return of rule to show cause, Cir. Ct. 
rule 56. 
Instructions, request to charge, Cir. Ct. 

rule 11. 
Judgment roll, contents, Cir. Ct. rule 

39. 
Judgments. 
Arrest of judgment, notice of mo- 
tion, Cir. Ct. rule 72. 
Defaults. 
Actions for recovery of money 

only, Cir. Ct. rule 38. 
Application for, Cir. Ct. rule 37. 
Mortgage foreclosure, Cir. Ct. rules 

51, 52. 
Undertaking by plaintiff, Cir. Ct. 
rule 38. 
Directing payment of money or af- 
fecting title to property, Cir. Ct. 
rule 63. 
Entry, clerks of Circuit Court, Cir. 

Ct. rule 3. 
Judgment notwithstanding the ver- 
dict, Cir. Ct. rule 78. 
Mortgage foreclosure, contents of 

judgment, Cir. Ct. rule 52. 
Motion for arrest of judgment, when 

made, Cir. Ct. rule 72. 
Order to stay judgment, Cir. Ct. rule 

64. 
Undertaking, Cir. Ct. rule 64. 
Judgments of supreme court, record- 
ing, Cir. Ct. rule 40. 
Judicial sales. 
Order to stay judgment, notice, Cir. 

Ct. rule 64. 
Sales of land at auction, Cir. Ct. rule 
41. 
Jury. 
Defaulting jurors, judgment against, 

Cir. Ct. rule 24. 
Drawing in criminal cases, Cir. Ct. 
rule 25. 



CIRCUIT COURT RULES (Cont'd) 
Jury (Cont'd) 
Failure to attend, rule to show cause, 

Cir. Ct. rule 24. 
Fines, Cir. Ct. rule 24. 
Refusal or neglect to attend, Cir. Ct. 

rule 24. 
Summoning. 

Classification in return to venire, 
Cir. Ct. rule 23. 

Contents of summons, Cir. Ct. rule 
23. 
Trial by, in equity cases, Cir. Ct. 

rule 28. 
Venire and summons, Cir. Ct. rule 

23. 
Landlord, action against tenant, real 

owner admitted, Cir. Ct. rule 22. 
Lis pendens, mortgage foreclosure, mo- 
tion by plaintiff for judgment, Cir. 
Ct. rule 51. 
Malicious prosecution, commencement 

of action, Cir. Ct. rule 70. 
Masters. 
Dismissal or nonsuit, Cir. Ct. rule 30. 
Mortgage foreclosure, Cir. Ct. rule 

51. 
References other than of issues, Cir. 

Ct. rule 30. 
Trial, procedure, Cir. Ct. rule 30. 
Masters' reports. 
Exceptions, hearing, Cir. Ct. rule 30. 
Filing, Cir. Ct. rule 16. 
Finality, Cir. Ct. rule 30. 
Mortgage foreclosure. 
Default judgment, Cir. Ct. rule 51. 
Failure to answer, Cir. Ct. rule 51. 
Judgment and sale, contents, Cir. Ct. 

rule 52. 
Lis pendens, Cir. Ct. rule 51. 
Motion by plaintiff for judgment, Cir. 

Ct. rule 51. 
Order to stay judgment, notice, Cir. 

Ct. rule 64. 
Reference, Cir. Ct. rule 51. 
Sale, claims for surplus money, Cir. 

Ct. rule 53. 
Motions. 
Arrest of judgment, when made, Cir. 

Ct. rule 72. 
Calendar motions, Cir. Ct. rule 57. 
Continuance, Cir. Ct. rule 27. 
Discovery, Cir. Ct. rules 43, 44. 
Dismissal of complaint or answer, 

Cir. Ct. rule 18. 
Election of remedies. 

Notice, Cir. Ct. rule 77. 
How questions brought before court, 

Cir. Ct. rule 56. 
Nonsuit, reduction to writing, Cir. 

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CIRCUIT COURT RULES (Cont'd) 
Motions (Cont'd) 

Papers to be furnished, Cir. Ct. rule 
32. 

Points on discussions on facts, Cir. 
Ct. rule 57. 

To strike out, Cir. Ct. rule 20. 
New trials. 

Case or exceptions, amendment, 
preparation, contents and settle- 
ment of, Cir. Ct. rules 47, 48. 

Criminal cases, notice, Cir. Ct. rule 
72. 
Nonresident plaintiff, security for cost, 

Cir. Ct. rule 10. 
Notices. 

Judgment after service by publica- 
tion, Cir. Ct. rule 38. 

Motions to amend pleadings, Cir. Ct. 
rule 20. 

Order to stay sale, Cir. Ct. rule 64. 

Surveys, Cir. Ct, rule 36. 
Officers, breach of bond, damages, Cir. 

Ct. rule 71. 
Orders. 

Default orders, Cir. Ct. rule 15. 

Directing payment or affecting title 
to property, enrollment, Cir. Ct. 
rule 63. 

Discovery, Cir. Ct. rules 45, 46. 

On petitions, Cir. Ct. rule 63. 

Stay of judgment. 
Notice, Cir. Ct. rule 64. 
Undertaking, Cir. Ct. rule 64. 

Subsequent applications after refus- 
al, Cir. Ct. rule 60. 

Time for complying with, Cir. Ct. 
rule 62. 

To show cause, Cir, Ct. rule 56. 
Papers. 

Demurrer, Cir. Ct. rule 32. 

Discovery, Cir. Ct. rule 43. 

Moving papers, contents, Cir. Ct. 

rule 44. 
Order for, Cir. Ct. rule 45. 
Order to stay proceedings, Cir, Ct. 
rule 46. 

Failure to file, order requiring filing, 
Cir. Ct. rule 75. 

Filing, Cir. Ct. rule 68. 
Place of, Cir. Ct. rule 67. 

Legibly written and indorsed, Cir. 
Ct. rule 13. 

Manner of preparing, Cir. Ct. rule 12. 

Penalty for failure to furnish, Cir. 
Ct. rule 32. 

Printing and preparation of plead- 
ings and papers, Cir. Ct. rule 12. 
Parties. 

Real owner admitted to defend action 
against tenant, Cir. Ct. rule 22. 

Vouching grantor, Cir, Ct. rule 22. 



CIRCUIT COURT RULES (Cont'd) 
Partition. 
Infants, Cir. Ct. rule 54, 
Order to stay sale under judgment, 

notice, Cir. Ct. rule 64. 
Parties to action, Cir. Ct. rule 54. 
Reference as to title, Cir. Ct, rule 55. 
Requisites for obtaining order, Cir. 

Ct. rule 54. 
Separate actions, Cir. Ct. rule 54. 
When allowed, Cir. Ct. rule 54. 
Pleadings. 
Amendments, notice of motion, Cir. 

Ct. rule 20. 
Complaint, motion to dismiss, Cir. 

Ct. rule 18. 
Copy furnished on motions, Cir, Ct. 

rule 32. 
Counterclaim. 

Entitling and designating, Cir, Ct. 

rule 18. 
Separately stating and numbering, 
Cir. Ct. rule 18. 
Demurrer. 

Certification by counsel, Cir. Ct. 

rule 18. 
Extension of time, Cir. Ct. rule 19. 
Failure to file, order requiring filing, 

Cir Ct. rule 75. 
Filing, place for, Cir. Ct. rule 67. 
Judgment on failure to answer, Cir. 

Ct, rule 37. 
Legible. Cir. Ct. rule 13. 
Motions to ainend, notice, Cir. Ct. 

rule 20. 
Plene administravit, oath and inven- 
tory to accompany, Cir. Ct, rule 21. 
Printing and preparation, Cir. Ct, 

rule 12, 
Reply, separately stating and num- 
bering, Cir. Ct. rule 18. 
Separately stating and numbering 
causes of action, Cir. Ct. rule 18. 
Power of Circuit Court to make neces- 
sary rules, § 34. 
Printing, pleadings and papers, Cir. Ct. 

rule 12. 
Process, sheriff compelled to return, 

Cir. Ct. rule 5. 
Prosecutions. 
Accused, presence at trial, Cir, Ct. 

rule 35. 
Affidavits by accused in mitigation, 
Cir, Ct. rule 61. 
Real property. 
Action to recover possession, vouch- 
ing of grantor, Cir. Ct. rule 22. 
Real owner admitted to defend ac- 
tion against tenant, Cir. Ct. rule 22. 
Sales, auction, notice, Cir. Ct. rule 41. 
Receivers, powers of, Cir. Ct. rule 69. 
Reference. 



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CIRCUIT COURT RULES (Cont'd) 
Reference (Cont'd) 

Claims for surplus money from fore- 
closure sale, Cir. Ct. rule 53. 
Dismissal and nonsuit, Cir. Ct. rule 

30. 
Partition, Cir. Ct. rule 55. 
References other than of issues, Cir. 

Ct. rule 30. 
Report of referee. 
Exceptions, Cir. Ct. rule 16. 

Hearing, Cir. Ct. rule 30. 
Extension of time for filing, final- 
ity, Cir. Ct. rule 30. 
Filing, Cir. Ct. rules 16, 30. 
Trial, mode, Cir. Ct. rule 30. 
Removal of causes. 
Notice of application, Cir. Ct. rule 74. 
To federal courts, Cir. Ct. rule 74. 
Repeal, former rules of circuit court, 

Cir. Ct. rule 73. 
Retainer, service of notice of, Cir. Ct. 

rule 17. 
Rules of court, failure of clerk to pro- 
duce, penalty, Cir. Ct. rule 1. 
Rule to show cause. 

Opening and reply, Cir. Ct. rule 58. 
When granted, Cir. Ct. rule 56. 
Sales of land at auction, Cir. Ct. rule 
41. 

Sheriffs. 

Compelled to return process, Cir. Ct. 
rule 5. 

Custody of accused after arraign- 
ment, Cir. Ct. rule 35. 

Filing affidavits of arrest, Cir. Ct. 
rule 4. 

Return on oath of venire for jurors, 
Cir. Ct. rule 23. 

Statutes at large, failure of clerk to 

produce, penalty, Cir. Ct. rule 1. 
Stay of proceedings. 
Change of venue, diligence required, 

Cir. Ct. rule 33. 
Order for discovery of books, papers, 

etc., Cir. Ct. rule 46. 
Order to stay judgment, Cir. Ct. rule 
64. 
Stipulations, agreement or consent be- 
tween parties to be in writing, Cir. 
Ct. rule 14. 
Supreme Court. 
Appeals. 
Case or exceptions, service on op- 
posite party, Cir. Ct. rule 49. 
Preparation of case, Cir. Ct. rule 

49. 
Proposed case, Cir. Ct. rule 49. 
Judgment on appeal, recording in 
circuit court, Cir. Ct. rule 40. 
Sureties. 



CIRCUIT COURT RULES (Cont'd) 
Sureties (Cont'd) 
Attorneys prohibited from becoming 

on recognizance or undertaking, 

Cir. Ct. rule 9. 
Justification of, Cir. Ct. rule 65. 

Place of, Cir. C^t. rule 66. 
Surveys ordered by court. 
Admissibility of, Cir. Ct. rule 36. 
Notice of survey, Cir. Ct. rule 36. 
Objections to, Cir. Ct. rule 36. 
Requisites, Cir. Ct. rule 36. 
Trial. 

Agreement or consent between par- 
ties, writing necessary, Cir. Ct. 

rule 14. 
Calendar motions, procedure, Cir. Ct. 

rule 57. 
Case and exceptions, motion for new 

trial, Cir. Ct. rules 47, 48. 
Commissions, execution and opening 

of, Cir. Ct. rule 34. 
Discovery of books and papers, Cir. 

Ct. rules 43-46. 
Equity cases, Cir. Ct. rule 28. 
Examination of witnesses, how con- 
ducted, Cir. Ct. rule 31. 
Motions, Cir. Ct. rule 56. 

Directed verdict for want of evi- 
dence, Cir. Ct. rule 76. 
Orders. 

On petitions, Cir. Ct. rule 63. 

Time for complying with, Cir. Ct. 
rule 62. 
Order to show cause, when granted, 

Cir. Ct. rule 56. 
Papers, printing and preparation of, 

Cir. Ct. rule 12. 
Production of papers, Cir. Ct. rule 32. 
Questions for argument, bringing be- 
fore court, Cir. Ct. rule 56. 
Request to charge, Cir. Ct. rule 11. 
Restraining order pending rule to 

show cause, Cir. Ct. rule 56. 
Rule to show cause, Cir. Ct. rule 56. 

Opening and reply, Cir. Ct. rule 58. 

■When granted, Cir. Ct. rule 56. 
Summing up, procedure, Cir. Ct. rule 

31. 
Surveys ordered by court, Cir. Ct. 

rule 36. 
Verdicts. 

Plaintiff need not be called, Cir. 
Ct. rule 29. 

Special verdict, settling, Cir. Ct. 
rule 47. 
Want of evidence to support action, 

motion for nonsuit or directed ver- 
dict, Cir. Ct. rule 76. 
Typewriting, pleadings and papers 
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CIRCUIT COURT RULES (Cont'd) 
Undertakings. 
Acknowledgements, Cir. Ct. rule 65. 
Attorneys prohibited from becoming 

sureties, Cir. Ct. rule 9. 
Deposit in lien of as security for 

costs, Cir. Ct. rule 10. 
Failure to file, vacation of proceed- 
ings, Cir. Ct. rule 68. 
Index of, to be kept by clerks of 

court, Cir. Ct. rule 2. 
Justification of sureties, Cir. Ct. 

rules 65, 66. 
Order to stay sale under execution, 

Cir. Ct. rule 64. 
Plaintiff obtaining default judgment, 

Cir. Ct. rule 38. 
!?&curity for costs. 

Deposit in lieu of undertaking, 
Cir. Ct. rule 10. 

Form of undertaking, Cir. Ct. rule 

10. 
Subscription or acknowledgement, 

Cir. Ct. rule 65. 
Venue, stay of proceedings on change 

of, Cir. Ct. rule 33. 
Verdicts. 
Judgment notwithstanding the ver- 
dict, Cir. Ct. rule 78. 
Witnesses. 
Absence of, continuance, requisites, 

Cir. Ct. rule 27. 
Conduct of examination at trial, Cir. 

Ct. rule 31. 
Examination by commission, Cir. Ct. 

rule 34. 
Taking testimony in writing, Cir. Ct. 

rule 31. 

CIRCUIT COURTS 

See Common Pleas; General Sessions. 

See, also, the particular counties. 
Adjoining circuit. 

Authority in, § 37. 
Adjournment, § 71. 
Allotment of dower, procedure, § 8611. 
Appeal in probate matters. 

Appellate jurisdiction, § 228. 

Certified copies of record, filing, § 
231. 

Failure to enter appeal, § 234. 

Final decision, certification, § 235. 

Probate judge, § 236. 

Proceedings stayed, § 232. 

Time for, § 230. 

Trial, § 233. 
Appeals. 

Correction of judgment, § 809. 

Costs, §§ 806, 809. 
Setting off, § 808. 

County courts, procedure, § 81. 

Dismissal, § 802. 



CIRCUIT COURTS (Cont'd) 
Appeals (Cont'd) 

Fifth judicial circuit, § 55. 
Heard on original papers, § 803. 
Hearing, § 794. 
Judgment on appeal, § 804. 
Judgment roll, § 805. 
Municipal condemnation proceed- 
ings, § 7312. 
New trial, § 804. 
Notice of appeal. 
Service, § 796. 
Substitute service, § 797. 
Restitution, § 807. 
Return, § 797. 
Death, disability, or absence of 

magistrate, § 801. 
Defective return, § 800. 
Filing of, § 802. 
Hearing on return, § 802. 
Where magistrate out of office, § 
799. 
Right-of-way proceedings by rail- 
roads, etc., § 8441. 
Setting off costs and recovery. § 808. 
Authority in adjoining circuit, § 37. 
Books of record, subject to inspection, 

§ 73. 
Certification to of issues of fact by su- 
preme court, § 26. 
Chambers, §§ 36, 37; Constitution '95, 

art. 5, § 25. 
Circuits, state divided into fourteen 

circuits, § 50. 
Clerks. 
Acting as probate judge, § 3642. 
Affidavit of arrest, filing with, Cir. 

Ct. rule 4. 
Books for entry, Cir. Ct. rule 2. 
Deputy, § 74. 
Entry of release of lien of mortgage, 

§§ 3620, 3621. 
Execution sales, § 740. 
Ex-officio clerk of county court, § 90. 
Failure to deposit moneys received, 

§ 344. 
Failure to produce statutes at large, 

etc., Cir. Ct. rule 1. 
Index of undertakings filed, Cir. Ct. 

rule 2. 
Issuance of subpoenas for witnesses, 

§ 684. 
Judgment, entry, Cir. Ct. rule 3. 
Opening and adjourning in absence 

of judge, § 3595. 
Pardons, certified copy filed with, § 
3110. 
Common pleas, opening of, in general, 

§ 66. 
Constables, attendance, § 3743. 
Contempts, punishing, § 34. 
Courts of record, § 73. 



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CIRCUIT COURTS (Cont'd) 

Decisions, time for filing, Const. '95, 

art. 5, § 17. 
Eighth circuit, § 58. 
Eleventh circuit, § 61. 

Calendars, calling of, § 61. 
Establishment, common pleas and gen- 
eral sessions, § 9. 
Evidence. 

Exhibits in fifth judicial circuit, § 55. 
Exhibits. 

Fifth judicial circuit, § 55. 
Fifth circuit, § 55. 
First circuit, § 51. 
Foreign corporations, actions against 

may be brought in, § 826. 
Fourteenth circuit, § 64. 
Fourth circuit, § 54. 

Clerk to give two weeks' notice of 
terms, § 54. 

Pleadings, etc., when returnable, § 
54. 



Habeas corpus. 



1047-1066. 



Interchanging of circuits by judges. 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 14. 
Judges. 

Absenting from state, permission, § 
40. 

Acting supreme court justices, ap- 
pointment as. Const. '95, art. 2, § 2. 

Age. Const. '95, art. 5, § 10. 

Appointment as acting supreme 
court justices. Const. '95. art. 2, § 2. 

Appointment of receiver, § 584. 

Attachment, issuance, § 528. 

Convention with supreme court jus- 
tices to make court rules, § 904. 

Death, etc., assignment of dissen- 
gaged judge, § 44. 

Disqualification, procedure. Const. 
'95. art. 5, § 6. 

Duty on irregularities in drawing 
jurors, § 620. 

Election, Const. '95, art. 5, § 13. 

Eligibility, Const. '95, art. 5, § 10. 

Expenses when sitting in supreme 
court, § 30. 

Fifth circuit, appointment of stenog- 
rapher, § 55(6). 

Granting bail, § 1032. 

Granting process, commissions, etc., 
§ 33. 

Holding office as acting supreme 
court justice, Const. '95, art. 2, § 2. 

Holding of other office prohibited, 
Const. '95, art. 5, § 9. 

Inability or disability, notice to 
Chief Justice, § 43. 

Insurance commissioner, review of 
orders of, § 7946. 

Interchanging of circuits. Const. '95 
art. 5, § 14. 



CIRCUIT COURTS (Cont'd) 
Judges (Cont'd) 

Judge of adjoining circuit, powers at 

chambers, § 37. 
Jurisdiction, § 39. 

Jurisdiction of judges presiding at 
term beginning last Monday in 
April, § 64-1. 
Neglect of duty, § 42. 
Oath, § 72. 
Powers at chambers, §§ 36, 37; Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 25. 
Powers when holding courts in other 

circuits, § 38. 
Qualifications, Const. '95, art. 5, § 10. 
Report of trial. Sup. Ct. rule 2. 
Salaries, § 41; Const. '95, art. 5, § 9. 
Settlement of case on appeal to su- 
preme court, Cir. Ct. rule 49. 
Seventh circuit, appointment of 

stenographer, § 57(3). 
Sitting in supreme court on constitu- 
tional questions, Const. '95, art. 5, 
§ 12. 
Special judge. 

Commission, § 44. 
Powers at chambers, § 37. 
Salary, § 47. 
Special sessions, calling, § 69(2). 
Suspended sentences, § 1039. 
Temporary appointments. Const. '95, 

art. 5, § 6. 
Terms, Const. '95, art. 5, § 13. 
Vacancies, § 44. 

When to sit in supreme court, § 30. 
Judgment, recording in probate court, 

Prob. Ct. rule 13. 
Jurisdiction, destruction of buildings 

by mob or riot, § 988. 
Jury. 

See Jury. 
Magistrate. 
Appearance when magistrate lacks 
jurisdiction, § 1022-1. 
Moneys received. 
Deposit, § 342. 

Withdrawal of deposit, § 343. 
Failure of clerk to deposit, § 344. 
Withdrawal, § 343. 
New trials. 
Appeal from magistrates, § 1030. 
Grant of, § 34. 

Motions for, on after-discovered evi- 
dence. Sup. Ct. rule 24. 
Ninth circuit, § 59. 
Oaths and affirmations, administering 

of, § 34. 
Open when, § 33. 
Petit juries. 
Common pleas and general sessions, 
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CIRCUIT COURTS (Cont'd) 
Petit juries (Cont'd) 

Nuniber of persons, Const. "95, art. 5, 
§ 22. 
Recorders' courts, delinquent or neg- 
lected children, appeals from, § 7649. 
Right-of-way for railroads, canals, etc., 

duties, § 8438. 
Rules, § 34. 

See Circuit Court Rules. 
Convention of judges to establish, § 

904. 
Second circuit, § '52. 
Seventh circuit, § 57. 
Sheriffs or deputies to attend, § 3519. 
Sixth circuit, § 56. 
Special court. 

Juries, drawing and summoning, § 
45. 
Special judges, salary, § 47. 
Special sessions, § 69. 
Special term. 

Stenographer. 
Appointment, § 48. 
Compensation and fees, § 49. 
Stenographers. 

Appointment, compensation, etc., § 
596. 

Fifth judicial circuit, § 55. 

Lancaster county, § 56. 

Special stenographers, § 597. 

Special term, §§ 48, 49. 

York county, § 56. 
Supreme court, jurisdiction in probate 

matters, S 229. 
Terms of, § 66, 67. 

Call off terms of common pleas court 
fixed by statute, § 68. 

Eighth circuit, § 58. 

Eleventh circuit, § 61. 

Fifth circuit, § 55. 

First circuit, § 51. 

Fourteenth circuit, § 64. 

Fourth circuit, § 54. 

Jurisdiction of Judges presiding at 
term beginning last Monday in 
April, § 64-1. 

Ninth circuit, § 59. 

Second circuit, § 52. 

Seventh circuit, § 57. 

Sixth circuit, § 56. 

Tenth circuit, § 60. 

Third circuit, § 53. 

Thirteenth circuit, § 63. 

Twelfth circuit, § 62. 
Third circuit, § 53. 
Thirteenth circuit, § 63. 
Transcripts of judgments and decrees 

docketed in common pleas, § 346. 
Twelfth circuit, § 62. 
Venue, change, application, § 35. 



CIRCUIT JUDGES 

See Circuit Courts. 

CIRCUIT SOLICITORS 

See Solicitors. 

CIRCUITS 

State divided into. Const. '95, art. 5, § 
13. 
Fourteen circuits, § 50. 

CIRCUSES 

See Carnivals; Fairs; Tent Shows. 

Exhibition within five miles of agri- 
cultural fair prohibited, § 6332. 

License tax, § 6327. 

Peace officers. 

Appointment, etc., § 3504. 
Bonds, § 3506. 
Malfeasance, etc., § 3507. 
Rights, duties and powers, § 3505. 

Separation of races, § 1271. 

CITADEL, THE 

See also State Colleges and Univer- 
sities. 
Beneficiary cadets. 

Appointment, § 5779. 

Apportionment, § 5777. 

Assignment to schools for teaching, 
§ 5781. 

Bond, § 5781. 
Cancellation, § 5783. 
Defenses, § 5781. 
Violation, § 5781. 

Certificate of fulfillment of obliga- 
tion, § 5783. 

Certificate of release, § 5783. 

Matriculation obligation, copy to be 
filed, § 5780. 

Proof of financial standing, § 5778. 

Report of graduations, § 5782. 

Tuition fees for improvements, § 
5709. 

Two years' teaching in public schools 
required, § 5779. 
Board of visitors. 

Annual report, § 5776-1. 

Composition, § 5774. 

Corporate powers and duties, § 5775. 

Name and style, § 5775. 

Powers, § 5776. 

Quorum at special meetings, § 5776-2. 

Report of names of graduating ca- 
dets, § 5782. 

Terms, § 5774. 

Vacancies, § 5774. 
By-laws, § 5776. 
Degrees, conferring of, § 5776. 
Historical commission, head of Citadel 

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CITADEL, THE (Cont'd) 
Normal scholarships, deposit of notes 

by holder, § 5710-10. 
Professors, appointment, § 5776. 
Scholarships, §§ 577-5781. 
Appeal from action of board, § 5304. 
Awarding of, § 5710-1. 
Board to act on report of financial 

condition of applicant, § 5710-8. 
Examination. 
Conditions and methods, § 5710-3. 
Date of, § 5710-2. 
Qualifications of applicants, § 5710-3. 
Investigation of financial condition 
of applicants, § 5710-6. 
Report, § 5710-7. 
Normal scholarships, deposit of notes 

by holder, § 5710-10. 
State board of education to award, 

§ 5710-1. 
Vacancy, how filled, § 5710-4. 
Tuition fees for improvements, § 5709. 

CITATION 

See Executors and Administrators. 
Absent guardian, trustee or committee, 
§ 8617. 

CITIES 

See Municipal Corporations. 

CITIZENS 

Judicial power of United States. 
Actions by citizens against states. 

Const. U. S. amend. 11. 
Controversies between citizens of 
different states. Const. U. S. art. 3, 
§ 2(1). 
Controversies between citizens of 
same state claiming under grants 
of different states. Const. U. S. art. 
3, § 2(1). 
Controversies between state and citi- 
zens of another state. Const. U. S. 
art. 3, § 2(1). 
Privileges and immunities. Const. U. 
S. art. 4, § 2. 

Abridgement by states prohibited. 
Const. U. S. amend. 14, § 1. 
Right to vote. 
Denial because of race, color, etc., 
prohibited. Const. U. S. amend. 15, 
§ 1. 
Denial by reason of sex, prohibited. 
Const. U. S. amend. 19, § 1. 
Who are, Const. U. S. amend. 14, § 1. 

CITY BOARD OF ASSESSORS 

See Taxes and Taxation. 

CITY COURT, CHARLESTON 

See Charleston, City of. 



CITY IMPROVEMENT COMMIS- 
SIONS 

See Municipal Corporations. 
Cities between 5,000 and 10,000, §§ 
7473, 7474. 

CIVIL ACTIONS 

See Actions; Arrest in Civil Actions. 
Definition, § 6. 

CIVIL AND CRIMINAL COURT OF 
CHARLESTdN 

See Charleston, City of. 

CIVIL CODE. 

See table following this index for 
disposition of sections in 1932 Code. 

CIVIL COURT OF FLORENCE 

See Florence County. 

CIVIL SERVICE 

Merit system. Rule under sec. 4996-2, 

Arts. I-XXII, pp. 71-87. 
See Merit System. 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

See Municipal Corporations. 
Cities between 10,000 and 20,000, and 

between 50,000 and 100,000, § 7606. 
Cities between 20,000 and 50,000, § 7651. 

CIVIL WAR 

See Confederate Home; Confederate 
Veterans; Pensions. 

CLAFLIN COLLEGE 

See Colored Normal, Industrial, Ag- 
ricultural and Mechanical College. 
Separation from Claflin University, 
Const. '95, art. 11, § 8. 

CLAFLIN UNIVERSITY 

See Colored Normal, Industrial, Ag- 
ricultural and Mechanical College. 
Separation from Claflin College, Const. 
'95, art. 11, § 8. 

CLAIM AND DELIVERY OF PER- 
SONAL PROPERTY 

Affidavit. 

Filing, § 564. 

Requisites, § 553. 
Agricultural liens, § 8780. 
Bond. 

Amount of, limited, § 557-1. 

Delivery to parties, § 824. 

Increasing in case of appeal, § 557-1. 
Claim of property by third persons, 

§ 563. 
Default judgment, § 586(1). 
Defendant. 

Undertaking delivered to, § 824. 

When entitled to re-delivery, § 558. 



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CLAIM AND DELIVERY OF PER- 
SONAL PROPERTY (Cont'd) 

Immediate delivery, when plaintiff 
may claim, § 552. 

Joint owners of personalty, § 564-1. 

Judgment by default, § 586. 

Justification of sureties, § 560. 

Magistrates, suit to recover posses- 
sion of personal property, § 263. 

Notice, filing, § 564. 

Parties. 
Joint owners, § 564-1. 
Undertaking delivered to, § 824. 

Property. 
Claim by third person, § 563. 
Concealed in building or enclosure, 

how taken, § 561. 
How kept, § 562. 

Property taken in custody of sheriff 
on plaintiff giving security, § 555. 

Qualification of sureties, § 560. 

Re-delivery to defendant, undertak- 
ing, § 558. 

Requisition to sheriff to take and 
deliver property, § 554. 

Security by plaintiff, § 555. 

Service of copy of notice, affidavit 
and undertaking on defendant, § 
555. 

Sureties. 
Defendant's, justification, § 559. 
Plaintiff's. 

Exception to, § 556. 
Justification, § 556. 
Qualification and justification, § 
560. 

Undertaking, delivered to parties, § 

CLAIMS 

824. 

See Executors and Administrators. 
Against corporations, interest, § 7699. 
Against county. 

See, also, the particular counties. 
Allowance and payment, § 3871. 
Entry in file book, § 3872. 
Limitations, § 3873. 
Against state. 
Barred when, § 2073. 
Board of claims. 

Claims presented, § 2072. 

Personnel, § 2071. 
Establishment and adjustment, 

Const. '95, art. 17, § 6. 
Procedure, § 2072. 

CLAMS 

See Fish, Oysters, etc. 

CLARENDON COUNTY 

American Legion. 
Office room for service officer, § 
4186-2. 



CLARENDON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Annexation of portion of Sumter 

county, §§2989, 3018. 
Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Appropriations, diverting or exceed- 

mg. § 4178. 
Auctioneer of horses, mules, etc., li- 
cense, § 7118. 
Bailiffs, § 3518. 

Bills payable book, §§ 4176, 4177. 
Board of roads commissioners, divi- 
sion of townships into road section, 

§ 4156. 
Board of township commissioners. 

Appeal to county board of equaliza- 
tion, § 2846-1(5). 

Appointment, § 2846-1(1). 

Compensation, § 2846-1(2). 

Description of land from owner, § 
2846-1(3). 

Duties, § 2846-1(2). 

Interference with by courts prohib- 
ited, § 2846-1(5). 

List of property, § 2846-1(2). 

Meetings, § 2846-1(2). 

Report to county auditor. § 2846-1(4). 

Valuation of property, § 2846-1(2). 
Bonded debt, excepted from constitu- 
tional limitations. Const. "95, art. 10, 

§ 5. 
Borrowing from federal agencies, § 

4186-3. 
Boundaries, § 2989. 
Boxing commission. 

Appointment, § 7154. 

No appeal from decisions, § 7154. 
Carnivals, etc., prohibited, exemptions, 

§ 6334. 
Chaingangs, inspection, § 4182. 
Chattel mortgages on crops, recording 

inapplicable, § 3639-l(l)a. 
Circuit court, terms, § 53. 
Claims. 

Order of county supervisor neces- 
sary, § 4166. 

Road work, personal inspection pre- 
requisite, § 4172. 

Clerk of court. 
Duties of probate judge devolved 

on, § 3671. 
Fees, §§ 4925, 4928-2. 
Collection and payment to county, 

§§ 4924, 4925, 8448. 
Excepted, § 4923. 
Jurisdiction in probate proceedings, 

§ 3671. 
Salary. 
In lieu of fees, § 4185. 
Prerequisites to drawing, § 4185. 
Common pleas, terms, § 53. 



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CLARENDON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Commutation tax. 

Amount, § 4149. 

Collection, § 4151. 

Due and payable, when, § 4151. 

Expenditure, § 4154. 

Failure of county treasurer to col- 
lect and receipt for, § 4151. 

Failure to pay, § 4152. 
Road duty required, § 4151. 

List of persons liable, § 4153. 

List of persons making returns, § 
4154. 

Persons liable, § 4149. 

Prosecutions for failure to pay, § 
4150. 

Record and report by county treas- 
urer, § 4155. 

Residents of cities or towns exempt, 
§ 4151. 

Returns, § 4154. 
Constables, fees, worthless check law, 

§ 3718-1. 
Constitution of South Carolina. 

Taxes and taxation. 

School district No. 20, Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 5. 
Convicts. 

Inspection, § 4182. 

Sentencing of, inapplicable, § 1035. 
County auditor. 

Payment to treasurer of fees for en- 
try and endorsement on convey- 
ances, § 2727. 

Receiving returns and assessing 
taxes, § 2702. 

Salary. 
In lieu of fees, § 4185. 
Prerequisites to drawing, § 4185. 

Tuition of nonresident high school 
students, duties as to, § 5561. 
County board of commissioners. 

Advertisements for bids, § 4180. 

Bills payable book, § 4176. 
Entries in ink, § 4177. 

Contracts with county prohibited, § 
4173. 

Disbursements for poor, § 4175. 

Exceeding of appropriations prohib- 
ited, § 4178. 

Forfeited lands, powers and duties 
as to, § 2852-7. 

Inspection of chaingangs, etc., § 4182. 

Inventory of equipment, etc., § 4170. 

Loans, procedure, § 4181. 

Office supplies, etc., purchase and 
issuance, § 4179. 

Public work, advertising and letting, 
§ 4180. 

Record of prisoners, § 4174. 

Statements to be published, § 4169. 
County board of education. 

Expenditures, § 5560-1. 

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CLARENDON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
County board of education (Cont'd) 
Report of expenditures annually, § 

5560-1. 
School districts, prescription of area, 
§ 5528. 
County board of equalization. 
Appeal from board of township com- 
missioners, § 2846-1(5). 
County court, provisions as to inap- 
plicable, § 101. 
County officers. 
Clerical and other assistance, § 

4185(1). 
Office hours, § 4186. 
Records and statements as to fees, § 
4185(2-4). 
Violation of provisions as to, § 
4185(5). 
Salaries. 
In lieu of retention of fees, § 

4185(1). 
Prerequisites to drawing, § 4185(3). 
County supervisor. 
Division of townships into road sec- 
tions, § 4156. 
Loans on credit of county, §§ 3881- 

3883. 
Orders for supplies or work. § 4165. 

Form of, § 4167. 
Purchase of supplies, § 4165. 
Receipt from successor for equip- 
ment, etc., § 4171. 
County treasurer. 
Borrowing for school purposes, § 

5320(1). 
Commutation tax. 
Failure to collect, § 4151. 
Record and report, § 4155. 
Investment of funds held by, § 2852- 

10. 
Payment to of fees collected by pro- 
bate judge, § 4942. 
Publication of annual report at pub- 
lic expense prohibited, § § 2781. 
Publication of statement of fines, §§ 

3727, 3728. 
Salary. 
In lieu of fees, § 4185. 
Prerequisites to drawing. § 4185. 
Tuition of nonresident high school 
students, duties as to, § 5561. 
Court house, office hours for officers 

in. § 4186. 
Deposit of public funds, § 2852-9. 
Deposits, drainage district funds, § 

6211. 
Dogs, license tax, § 2618. 
Drainage, district No. 3, exemption 

from maintenance tax, § 6197. 
Drainage districts and improvements, 
inapplicable, § 6096. 



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CLARENDON COUNTY (Cont'd) 

Drainage districts, funds, deposit, § 

6211. 
Elections, voting precincts, § 2296. 
Fees. 
Clerk of court, §§ 4925, 4928-2. 
Collections paid to treasurer, §§ 4924, 

4925, 8448. 
Magistrate allowed no fee for hold- 
ing inquest, § 3562. 
Magistrates and constables, worth- 
less check law, § 3718-1. 
Probate judge, § 4942. 
Collection and payment to treas- 
urer, §§ 252, 4942. 
Salaries in lieu of fees, § 4185. 
Searching probate records and mak- 
ing copies, paid to treasurer, § 
3646. 
Sheriff, collection and payment to 
county, §§ 4950, 8448. 
Forfeited land commission. 
Redemption of lands sold to, § 
2852-8. 
Forfeited lands, powers and duties of 
county board of commissioners, § 
2852-7. 
Gable school district, election of trus- 
tees, § 5562-6. 
Game funds, use of, § 5560-1. 
General sessions, terms, § 53. 
Grand jury, explanation by presiding 
judge of provision as to county gov- 
ernment, § 4183. 
Gypsies, etc., license required, inap- 
plicable, § 1328. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(15). 
Hawkers and peddlers. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-4. 
High school districts. 
District of residence defined, § 5561. 
High school district defined, § 5561. 
Reimbursement for nonresident stu- 
dents, § 5561. 
Report as to nonresident students, § 

5561. 
Tax levies for tuition of non-resi- 
dent students, § 5561. 
Highways. 
Cutting ditches across, § 1658. 
Division of townships into road sec- 
tions, § 4156. 
Hauling timber, etc., § 1666. 
Mail routes, maintenance of, § 4184. 
Overseers, § 4156. 
Public highways only to be worked, 

S 4157. 
Road duty. 
Duty of person warned to labor, § 
4158. 



CLARENDON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Highways (Cont'd) 
Road duty (Cont'd) 
Exemptions, § 4151. 

Inapplicable, § 5861. 
Overseers, duties and compensa- 
tions, § 4161. 
Refusal to work, § 4162. 
Removal of persons liable, § 4160. 
Residence of persons liable, § 4159. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(15), 
5934. 
Inquest. 
Jury, fees and mileage, inapplicable, 

§ 1070. 
Magistrate allowed no fee for hold- 
ing, § 3562. 
Insurance. 
Payment of premiums due by school 
districts, § 5560-3. 
Inventories of equipment, etc., to be 
kept by county commissioners, § 
4170. 
Investment of funds held by treasurer, 

§ 2852-10. 
Investment of sinlting funds, inappli- 
cable, § 3884. 
Judicial sales, fees and costs paid to 

treasurer, § 3542. 
Licenses, auctioneer of cattle, § 7118. 
License taxes. 
Dogs, § 2618. 

Nomadic traders and fortune tellers, 
provisions as to inapplicable, § 
1328. 
Loans. 
County board of commissioners, pro- 
cedure, § 4181. 
On credit of county, §§ 3881-3883. 
Magistrates, § 3760-2. 
Fees, worthless check law, § 3718-1. 
Inquest, no fee for holding, § 3562. 
Mail routes, maintenance of, § 4184. 
Marriage license, fee of probate judge, 

§ 8558. 
Motor vehicles. 

Load limits, § 4186-1. 
Office supplies, etc., purchase, deliv- 
ery, etc., § 4179. 
Operation of musical machines outside 
limits of incorporated town, § 1396-2. 
Paupers, disbursements by county 

board of commissioners, § 4175. 
Presiding judge, explanation to grand 
jury of provisions as to county gov- 
ernment, § 4183. 
Prisoners, record by county board of 

commissioners, § 4173. 
Prisons and prisoners. 
Prisoners awaiting trial work on 
chaingang, § 1960-3. 



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CLARENDON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Probate judge. 
Acting probate judge. 

Prerequisites to drawing salary, § 

4185. 
Salary in lieu of fees, § 4185. 
Fees. § 4942. 
Collections and payment to county, 
§§ 252. 3646, 4942. 
Marriage license fee, § 8558. 
Collection and payment to county, 
§ 8558. 
No fee for commitment to state hos- 
pital, § 6231. 
Office abolished and duties devolved 
on clerk of court, § 3671. 
Public projects. 
Borrowing from federal agencies, § 
4186-3. 
Public work, advertising and letting, § 

4180. 
Recorded instruments, entry in file 

book, inapplicable, § 8889. 
Rural mail routes, maintenance of, § 

4184. 
Rural police, § 3798. 
Duties devolved on sheriff, § 3794. 
Duties formerly exercised by, § 
3794. 
Salem centralized high school district, 
§ 5563. 
Bonds and tax for payment, § 5637. 
Salem consolidated school district, § 
5562-7. 
Budgets and tax levies to operate, § 
5562-7. 
School districts. 
Area designated by county board of 

education, § 5528. 
Board of district commissioners, § 

5328. 
Constitutional limitations as to area 
inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 11, § 5. 
Payment of insurance premiums, § 

5560-3. 
Payment of tuition of pupils resi- 
dent in non-high school districts, § 
5561. 
Special levy in St. Paul school dis- 
trict No. 4, § 5562-9. 
Schools. 
Borrowing money for, § 5560. 
Finances, § 5562. 
Payment of insurance premiums due 

by school districts, § 5560-3. 
Reserve fund, provisions as to, in- 
applicable, § 5372. 
Use of game funds, § 5560-1. 
School trustees. 
District No. 20. § 5499. 
Election in Gable district, § 5562-6. 
Gable school district No. 35, § 5562-6. 



CLARENDON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
School trustees (Cont'd) 

Hicks school district No. 21, § 5562-5. 

Midway district No. 14, § 5562-1. 

New Zion school district No. 15, § 
5562-3. 

Oakdale school district No. 14, § 
5562-2. 

Salem centralized high school dis- 
trict, § 5563. 

Salem consolidated district, § 5524-2. 

Turbeville school district No. 20, § 
5562-4. 

Union school district No. 29, § 5562-8. 
Sheriff. 

Fees, collection and payment to 
county, §§ 4950, 8448. 

Judicial sales, fees and cost collected 
and paid to treasurer, § 3542. 

No fees or mileage where land 
bought by forfeited land commis- 
sion, § 2172. 

Rural police, duties of devolved on, 
§ 3794. 

Salary. 
In lieu of fees, § 4185. 
Prerequisites to drawing, § 4185. 
Sinking fund, investment, inapplica- 
ble, § 3884(6). 
State highway system, §§ 5926(15), 

5934. 
Statements by county commissioners, 

publication, § 4169. 
Streams, duty of landowner to clean 

out, inapplicable, § 1217. 
Superintendent of education, approval 

of report as to nonresident students, 

§ 5561. 
Supplies. 

Purchase, advertising for bids, § 
4168. 

Purchase by county supervisor, pro- 
cedure, § 4165. 
Taxes. 

Acceptance of county and school 
claims on payment of certain taxes, 
§ 2852-4. 

Assessment districts, § 2852-1. 

Collection by county auditor, inap- 
plicable, § 2773. 

County board of equalization, § 
2852-3. 

Discount allowed on payment of 
taxes, § 2852-5. 

District board of tax assessors, § 
2852-2. 

Dogs, § 2618. 

Execution fees paid to treasurer, § 
2819. 

Exemptions, § 2852. 
Certain manufactories, § 2852; 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 



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CLARENDON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Taxes (Cont'd) 
Exemptions (Cont'd) 
Drainage district No. 3 from main- 
tenance tax, § 6197. 
Salem consolidated school district, 

§ 5562-7. 
School district No. 20, Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 5. 
Special levy in St. Paul school dis- 
trict No. 4, § 5562-9. 
Tax collector, § 2852-6. 
Timber, hauling over highways, § 

1666. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 
Witnesses, fees, § 4964. 

CLEM SON AGRICULTURAL COL- 
LEGE 

See State Colleges and Universities; 

State Crop Pest Commission. 
Acceptance of Clemson devise and be- 
quest, § 5730. 
Agricultural experiment stations, es- 
tablishment, §§ 5739, 5740. 
Agricultural scholarship. 
Appointment, § 5771. 
Number, § 5769. 
Payment, § 5772. 
Persons eligible, § 5770. 
Term, § 5772. 
Value, § 5769. 
Board of trustees. 
Agriculture, powers and duties rela- 
tive to, § 5743. 
By-laws, § 5733. 
Compensation, § 5742. 
Composition, § 5732. 
Corporate powers and duties, § 5733. 
Duties regarding cattle, § 5806-34. 
Election, § 5732. 
Expenditure of appropriations, § 

5734. 
Incorporation, § 5733. 
Investment of funds, § 5733. 
Licensing or prohibiting sales, § 

5761. 
Meetings, § 5742. 
No tax to be levied or collected, § 

5763. 
Officers, § 5732. 
Perpetual control, § 5760. 
Powers and duties, §§ 5732, 5743. 

Poultry and domestic fowls, § 5750. 
Property rights, § 5733. 
Report to general assembly, § 5735. 
Sale of property, § 5734. 
Seal, § 5733. 
State crop pest commission, five 

members to constitute, § 3254. 
Terms, § 5732. 



CLEMSON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 

(Cont'd) 
Clemson bequest fund. 

Collection, § 5737. 

Investment by state treasurer, § 5736. 
Clemson college, incorporated, limits, 

§ 5759. 
Commissioner of agriculture, powers 

and duties devolved on board of 

trustees, exceptions, § 5741. 
Constables, § 5762. 

Convicts, payment for hire of, § 1980. 
County demonstration agent, § 5806-11. 
Dead bodies, examination on request of 

coroner, §§ 1098, 1099. 
Department of agriculture, powers and 

duties devolved on board of trustees, 

exceptions, § 5741. 
Establishment, § 5731. 
Extension work, § 5806-1. 
Foot and mouth disease. 

Appraisal of condemned animals, § 
5806-38. 

Condemnation of animals, § 5806-37. 

Funds for eradication, § 5806-40. 

Powers of state verterinarian, 5 
5806-36. 

Regulations, 5806-39. 
Free tuition, § 5732. 

Appeal from action of board of trus- 
tees, § 5710-9. 

Financial condition of applicant, ac- 
tion on, § 5710-8. 

Investigation, §§ 5710-6, 5710-7. 
Hatch bill fund, vested in board of 

trustees, § 5729. 
Highways, etc., construction and main- 
tenance, § 5747. 
Historical commission, head of college 

to be member of, § 2231. 
Hog cholera serum, furnishing of, § 

5743. 
Land-grant college, § 5806-2. 
Land scrip fund, income to be used by 

board of trustees, § 5738. 
Location, § 5740. 
Maintenance authorized. Const. '95, 

art. 11, § 8. 
Normal scholarships, deposit of notes 

by holder, § 5710-10. 
Payment for hire of convicts in peni- 
tentiary, § 1980. 
Police magistrate, § 5760. 
Poultry, protection of health of, § 

5750. 
President, commission for analysis of 

food products, member of, § 3274. 
Privilege tax on fertilizer, use by 

board of trustees, § 5758. 
Public land fund, one-half allotted to 

college § 5744. 
Railroad. 



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CLEMSON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE 

(Cont'd) 
Railroad (Cont'd) 
Construction and operation, § 5745. 
Leasing of, § 5746. 
Recorded, § 5760. 

Sale of goods, etc., licensing or prohib- 
iting, § 5761. 
Scholarships. 
Agricultural scholarships. 
Appointment, § 5771. 
Number, § 5769. 
Payment, § 5772. 
Persons eligible, § 5770. 
Term, § 5772. 
Appeal from action of board of trus- 
tees, § 5710-9. 
Apportionment among counties, § 

5765. 
Award, § 5766. 
Examinations. 
Conditions and methods, § 5710-3. 
Date of, § 5710-2. 
Eligiblity, § 5710-3. 
Manner of conducting, § 5767. 
Qualifications of applicants, § 
5710-3. 
Normal scholarships, deposit of notes 

by holder, § 5710-10. 
Number, § 5765. 
Payment, §§ 5768, 5772. 
State board of education to award, § 

5710-1. 
Term, § 5768. 

Vacancy, how filled, § 5710-4. 
Value, § 5765. 
Soil conservation and domestic allot- 
ment act, § 5806-3. 
State crop pest commission, five trus- 
tees to constitute, § 3254. 
State veterinarian. 
Foot and mouth disease. 

Condemnation of animals, § 

5806-37. 
Eradication, powers, § 5806-36. 
Infected live stock, powers and 

duties, 5806-42. 
Investigation and treatment of dis- 
eased animals, § 5748. 
Taxes, levy or collection not author- 
ized, § 5763. 
Telephone service to be furnished, § 

8555. 
Tuition, fee, amount, § 5732. 
United States. 
Conveyance of sites to United States 
for buildings, § 5773. 

CLERK OF SUPREME COURT 

See Supreme Court. 

CLERKS 

See Elections; General Assembly. 



CLERKS (Cont'd) 
Definition, § 900. 
Official bonds. 
Blank forms, reception and distribu- 
tion to officers, § 3047. 
Certain clerks and departments of 

state government, § 3060. 
Receipt and distribution to officers, 
§ 3047. 
Printing clerk, § 2088. 

CLERKS OF COURTS 

See Register of Mesne Conveyances. 

See, also, the particular courts. 
Abstracts of judgments. 

Entries, § 3586(6). 

Size, § 3587. 
Accounts. 

Against counties, oath, § 3605. 

To common pleas of moneys remain- 
ing, § 3615. 

To county commissioners of fines and 
forfeitures, § 3609. 
Administration of derelict estates, §§ 

8980-8983. 
Affidavits, power to take, § 3590. 
Apportionment of fines, § 1045. 
Arrest in civil actions, §§ 851-869. 
Attachment, issuance by, § 528. 
Attorneys, acting as permitted, § 3591. 
Bail, granting of, 915. 
Bankruptcy, 

Record of copies of petitions, decrees 
and orders, § 3622-2. 
Births. 

Record of data regarding births of 
certain citizens over age of 23, § 
3622-1. 
Bonds, § 3579. 

Deputies, § 3581. 
Books and records, § 3589. 
Books, papers, etc. 

Responsibility for, §§ 1520, 3610. 
Failure to transfer, § 1520. 

Transfer to successor, § 3610. 
Books to be kept. 

Enumerated, § 3587. 

Size, § 3587. 
Calendar, Cir. Ct. rule 26. 

Entries, § 3586. 

Size, § 3587. 
Cases for filing papers, § 3583. 
Certificate of liens on property of 

sureties on public officers' bonds, § 
3607. 
Chattel mortgages, entry of cancella- 
tion, § 8709. 
Circuit courts, § 74. 
Commissioners, production and read- 
ing. § 3580. 
Common pleas. 

Clerk as jury commissioner, § 607. 



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CLERKS OF COURTS (Cont'd) 
Common picas (Cont'd) 
Journal. 
Entries, § 3586. 
Size, § 3587. 
Confederate board of honor, member 

when, § 4981. 
Confessions of judgment book. 
Entries, § 3586. 
Size, § 3587. 
Constables. 
Administering of oaths of office to, 

§ 3604. 
Failure to attend court, proceedings 
against, § 3604. 
Costs, issuing recognizance, § 919. 
County courts, clerk of circuit court 
ex-officio clerk of county court, § 
90. 
County enrollment books. 
Clerks to keep, § 3623. 
Entries, direction of veterans' en- 
rollment committee, § 3627. 
Entry of names of persons enrolled, 
§ 3624. 
Fees, § 3625. 
Courthouse. 
Charge of, § 3584. 
Keeping open at night, penalty, § 
3584. 
Crops, issuance of warrant to seize, § 

8775. 
Dedimus potestatem, granting of, § 

3598. 
Deeds to land sold by predecessor, § 

3541. 
Definition includes register of mesne 

conveyances, § 2575. 
Definition of clerk, § 900. 
Depositions, power to take, § 3590. 
Deputies. 
Appointment, etc., § 3581. 
Circuit courts, § 74. 
Docketing cases, § 595. 
Drainage, powers and jurisdiction, §§ 

6096-6137. 
Duties, § 3582. 
Contested municipal election, §§ 
7447, 7454. 
Election, Const. '95, art. 5, § 27. 

Time of, § 3577. 
Enrollment books. 

Clerk to keep, § 3623. 
Temporary custody in others per- 
mitted, § 3626. 
Estrays, duties, §§ 6270-6280. 
Estrays books. 
Entries, § 3586. 
Size, § 3587. 
Executions. 
Entry of renewal or satisfaction, § 
3602. 



CLERKS OF COURTS (Cont'd) 
Executions (Cont'd) 

Issuance by, §§ 740, 3596. 
Federal tax liens, registration, § 2576. 
Fees. 

See, also, the particular counties. 
Abolished in cirminal cases, § 4924. 
Accounts for to be under oath, § 

3605. 
Certificate of record, not to charge 

for, § 4939. 
Condemnation for right of way, § 

8448. 
Entry of mortgagees' request for no- 
tice before tax sale, § 2573. 
Entry of names in county enrollment 

book. § 3625. 
Filing statements of ownership by 
mercantile or industrial establish- 
ments, § 7827. 
Limited partnerships, § 7821. 
Oath prerequisite to receiving, § 

3605. 
Recording. 

Articles of association, § 7794. 
Marketing contracts, § 8890(4). 
Papers, etc., § 4923. 
Record of proceedings of public 

guardian, § 8630. 
Setting off homestead, § 9096. 
File book, entries, § 8889. 
Filing and indorsement of papers, § 

3585. 
Fines and forfeitures book. 
Entries, § 3586. 
Size, § 3587. 
Fines, etc. 

Apportionment, § 1045. 
Failure to pay over, §§ 1519, 3614. 
Turned over to county treasurer, § 
3611. 
Forfeited land commission, member 

of, § 2167. 
General sessions' journal. 
Entries, § 3586. 
Size, 3587. 
Highway department notified of cer- 
tain convictions, § 5998. 
Indexes, Cir. Ct. rule 2. 
Indexing of instruments, § 8875. 
Conveyances pursuant to tax execu- 
tions, §§ 9083, 9083-1. 
Indorsement on recorded instrument, 

§ 4939. 
Judgments. 
Entry, Cir. Ct. rule 3. 
Entry of cancellation, § 8709. 
Judgments and mortgages, entry of 

satisfaction, § 3599. 
Judicial sales, title executed by succes- 
sor, when, § 3541. 



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CLERKS OF COURTS (Cont'd) 
Jury commissioner, duties as, §§ 607- 

619. 
Jury laws, enforcement § 3593. 
Liability for damage to books, papers, 

etc., § 3610. 
Licenses. 

Peddlers, issuance, § 7120. 

Shows, etc., collection, §§ 6323-6327. 
Magistrates. 

Administering of oath of office to, § 

3603. 

List of transmitted to secretary of 
state, § 3603. 
Magistrates' and constables' rule. 

Entries, § 3586. 

Size, § 3587. 
Marketing contracts, registration, § 

8890. 
Marriage licenses, issuance in certain 

counties, § 8558. 
Miscellaneous index book. 

Entries, § 3586. 

Size, § 3587. 
Misconduct. 

Failing to satisfy mortgage, § 8709. 

Leaving courthouse open, § 3584. 

Neglect of duty by, § 1527. 

Permitting records to be taken, etc., 
§ 1526. 
Moneys, failure to pay over, penalty, 

§ 3613. 
Mortgages. 

Cancellation of record, § 8709. 
Failure, § 8709. 
Neglect of duty by, § 1527. 

Punishment, § 1527. 
Oaths, § 3580. 

Deputies, § 3581. 

Indorsement on commission, § 3580. 

Power to administer, § 3590. 
Office hours, § 3582. 
Official certificates to be furnished 

certain officers, § 3606. 
Opening and adjournment in absence 

of judge, § 3594. 
Orders of reference by, § 652. 
Papers, filing and indorsement, § 

3585. 
Penalties. 

Failure to enter cancellation of mort- 
gages and judgments, § 8709. 

Failure to pay over money, § 3613. 

Fines, etc., failure to pay over, §§ 
1519, 3614. 

Inability to produce statutes at 
large, etc., Cir. Ct. rule 1. 

Neglect of duty, § 1527. 

Notice to county commissioners, fail- 
ure to give, § 3614. 

Recording document without stamps, 
§ 2526(3). 



CLERKS OF COURTS (Cont'd) 
Plats filed, duties, § 4925. 
Pleadings and judgment book. 

Entries, § 3586. 

Size, § 3587. 
Powers, § 3590. 

Summon jurors, not affected, § 646. 
Probate judge, acting as in case of va- 
cancy, §§ 3600, 3642. 
Processes, executions, etc., issuance, § 

3596. 
Railroads, condemnation, duties, §§ 

8438-8449. 
Record book of pardons: 

Entries, § 3586. 

Size, § 3587. 
Record books, § 3583. 
Recording. 

See Registration. 
Recording and priority of instruments, 

§ 8875. 
Records. 

Of persons elected to office, § 3622. 

Of persons tried for crime, § 3586. 

Permitting removal of, § 1526. 

Taking without consent, § 1526. 
Register of mesne conveyances, acting 

as. except in certain counties, § 3629. 
Registration. 

See Registration. 
Registration books deposited with, § 

2285. 
Registration, discharge from military 

or naval forces, § 8893. 
Removal, Const. '95, art. 5, § 27. 
Renunciations of dower, power to 

take, S 3590. 
Report to auditors and treasurers of 

moneys collected. §§ 1521. 3612. 
Report to state highway denartment of 

certain convictions, § 5998. 
Responsibility for books, papers, etc., 

§ 1520. 
Right-of-way for railroads, canals etc., 

Duties, S§ 8438, 8439. 

Filing of proceedings, § 8447. 
Roll of jurors and constables in at- 
tendance, § 3594. 
Rules book. 

Entries, S 3586. 

Size, § 3587. 
Sale of forfeited weapons, § 1257. 
Seal, § 3583. 
Sealed sentence, opened in presence 

of prisoner, § 984. 
Security for costs, witnessing and ap- 
proval in vacation, § 3597. 
Sessions index, § 3586. 

Size, § 3587. 
Sheriff or deputy not to act as, excep- 
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CLERKS OF COURTS (Cont'd) 
Sheriffs, vacancy, acting as until coro- 
ner takes charge, § 3601. 
Solicitors acting as, permitted, § 3591. 
State and national defense. 

Aliens report to, § 1100-9. 
Statutes at large, inability to produce, 

fine, Cir. Ct. rule 1. 
Successors, transfer to, of books, 

papers, etc., § 3610. 
Summons and complaint, filing, § 

595. 
Taxes on plays and shows, payment 

to county treasurer, § 3611. 
Tax executions, duties, §§ 3546-3552. 
Tax sales, entry of notice to mortga- 
gees, § 2573. 
Telegraph and telephone companies, 

condemnation for right-of-way, §§ 

8533, 8534. 
Term, Const. '95, art. 5, § 27. 
Township enrollment book to be kept 

by, § 3623. 
Undertakings filed with, § 824. 
Vacancies. 

How filled, § 3578. 

Probate judge to take charge until 
filled, §§ 3578, 3643. 
Vacancy in sheriff's office, clerk to 

act until filled, § 3476. 
■Warrant to seize crop, issuance, § 8775. 
■Weights and measures. 

Governor to purchase, § 3608. 

Keeping of, § 3608. 
■Writs to be attested by, Const. '95, art. 

5, 5 31. 

CLINTON, TOWN OF 

Abutting property assessment for 
street improvement, Const, '95, art. 
10, § 19. 

Bonded debt, constitutional limita- 
tions inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 8, 
§ 7. 

Commissioners of public works, abol- 
ished, § 7281. 

CLIO, TOWN OF 

Board of public works abolished, § 
7281. 

Bonded indebtedness limitations inap- 
plicaiDlo, Const. '95, art. 8, § 7; art. 
10, § 5. 

Officers, elections, terms, etc., § 7403. 

School district No. 9, bonded indebted- 
ness inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 
10, § 5. 

CLOTHING 

Convicts discharged from penitentiary, 
§ 1783-2. 



CLOUD ON TITLE 

Dower, claim, wife deserting husband 

removable as, § 8585. 
Quieting title. 

See Quieting Title. 

CLOVER SEED 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

CLOVER, TOWN OF 

Bond issue for sidewalks, § 7675-17. 

CLUBS 

See Elections. 

Discrimination against members of 
militia, § 2932. 

Maintenance of clubrooms for unlaw- 
ful use of intoxicating liquor, § 1883. 

COAL 

Burning carts, etc., laden with, § 1180. 
Burning, punishment, § 1134. 
Railroads. 
Reweighing, § 8319. 
No demurrage on refusal, § 8321. 
Penalty for failure, § 8320. 
Stone, standard weight, § 6645. 
Weighing on public scales, cities over 
10,000, § 7529. 

COASTAL FISHERIES ACT 

See Fish, Oysters, etc. 
Text, §§ 3299 thru 3301, 3303 thru 3318, 
3320 thru 3332, 3337 thru 3402, 3405 
thru 3407. 

COAST SURVEY 

Destroying monuments and signals, § 
1267. 

COCAINE 

See Drugs. 

COCKFIGHTING 

Punishment, § 1445. 

CODE 

See, also Statutes. 

See table following this index for dis- 
position of sections in 1932 Code. 
Amendments, made by reference to, § 

2110. 
Codification and revision of laws, §§ 

2112, 2113, 2118; Const. '95, art. 6, § 5. 
Commissioner. 

See Code Commissioner. 
Declared to be the law, method of, § 

2113. 
General statutes to be reduced to de- 
cennially, § 2113. 
Military code. 

See Militia. 



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CODE COMMISSIONER 

Acts and joint resolutions, duties, etc., 

as to, §§ 2111, 2112, 2113, 2114, 2118; 

Const. '95, art. 6, § 5. 
Appointment, duties, etc.. Const. '95, 

art. 6, § 5. 
Codification and revision of laws. §§ 

2112, 2113, 2118; Const. '95, art. 6, § 5. 
Duties, §§ 2111, 2112, 2113, 2114, 2118, 

2118-1, 2118-3; Const. '95, art. 6, § 5. 
Election, § 2111; Const. '95, art. 6, § 5. 
Examination of work of, §§ 2117, 2130. 
General statutes to be reduced to code 

decennially, § 2113. 
Joint committee to report on work of, 

§§ 2117, 2130. 
Rules and regulations of officers 
furnished to, § 2118-3. 

Include in Acts and codes, § 2118-3. 
Reports, §§ 2112, 2113; Const. '95, art. 6, 

§ 5. 
Salaries, § 2111; Const. '95, art. 6, § 5. 
Sale of codes and supplements, § 

2118-1. 
Secretary of committee on statutory 

laws. 

See Committee on Statutory Laws. 
Supplements, § 2118. 
Term, § 2111; Const. '95, art. 6, § 5. 
Time witliin which to furnish copy to 

printer, § 2114. 
Vacancy, § 2111; Const. '95, art. 6, § 5. 

CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE 

See table following this index for dis- 
position of sections in 1932 Code. 

Divisions of, § 8. 

Inconsistent statutory provisions re- 
pealed, § 903. 

CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 

See table following this index for dis- 
position of sections in 1932 Code. 

CODES" 

Duties of officers receiving codes and 
supplements, § 2118-2. 

CODE SUPPLEMENTS, § 2118, 2118-1. 
Sale, § 2118-1. 

CODIFICATION OF LAWS 

Code commissioner. 

See Code Commissioner. 
Procedure, etc., §§ 2112, 2113, 2118; 

Const. '95, art. 6, § 5. 

COIN 

Regulating value, power of congress, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(5). 
States prohibited from coining money. 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(1). 



COIN OPERATED DEVICES, vol. 2, p. 
1496. 

COKE 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

COLD STORAGE 

Game, unlawful to keep in, §§ 1786, 
1786-1. 

COLLECTION 

See Taxes and Taxation 

COLLECTORS 

See Taxes and Taxation. 

See, also, the particular counties. 

COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 

See School and School Districts; 
State Colleges and Universities. 
Citadel. 

See Citadel, The. 
Clemson Agricultural College. 

See Clemson Agricultural College. 
Colored Normal, Agricultural and Me- 
chanical College. 
See Colored Normal, Agricultural 
and Mechanical College. 
Junior college courses, § 5416-5422. 
See Schools and School Districts. 
Law school graduates, admission to 

bar, § 320. 
Medical college. 

See Medical College. 
Minor students. 
Contracts with shopkeepers, etc. 
Inapplicable to drugs, medicines, 

§ 8672. 
Judgments vacated, § 8671. 
Process unlawful, § 8670. 
Void, § 8669. 
Students, exemption from road duty, 

§ 5861. 
Tax exemption, § 2854. 
University of South Carolina. 

See University of South Carolina. 
Winthrop College. 
See Winthrop College. 

COLLETON COUNTY 

Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Audit annually of affirs, § 4224. 
Bond. 

Probate judge, § 3701-4. 
Bonds, sections relating to payment 

and retirement inapplicable, § 7344. 
Boundaries, § 2990. 
Carnivals at county fair, license tax by 

town of Walterboro prohibited, § 

6330. 
Chaingang, supplies and tools, § 4199. 
Circuit court, terms, § 64. 



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COLLETON COUNTY (Cont'd) 

Clerk and engineer of board, § 4200-1. 
Clerk of Court. 
Fees, § 4925. 
Fees, excepted, § 4923. 
Commissioners of health and drainage, 
County board of commissioners to 
act as, § 6156. 
Common pleas, terms, § 64. 
Commutation tax. 
Amount, § 4209. 
Exemptions, § 4209. 
Penalty, § 4210. 
Constables, fees worthless check law, 

§ 3718-1. 
Cotton, traffic in without license, in- 
applicable, § 6400. 
Cotton weighers, compensation, § 6420. 
County attorney, § 4191. 
County auditor. 
Duties relative to nonresident high 

school pupils, § 5532. 
School budget commission, member 
of § 5564, 
County board of commissioners to act 
as commissioners of health and 
drainage, § 6156. 
County board of education. 
Transportation of pupils, awarding 
contracts, § 5565. 
County commissioners. 

Compensation and bond, § 4192. 
Contracts for road work, § 4197. 
Powers and duties, § 4193. 
Purchases, § 4198. 
Election and terms, § 4192. 
County fairs, police protection by 

town of Walterboro, § 6331. 
County funds, security for deposit, § 

2853-2. 
County government, §§ 4187-4200. 
County supervisor. 
Payment of claims, § 4200. 
Quarterly reports, § 4200. 
County treasurer. 

Borrowing to pay school claims, § 

5564. 
Compensation, § 3203. 
Deposit of public funds, § 2853-2. 
Publication. 

Annual report at public expense 

prohibited, § 2781. 
Statement of fines paid by magis- 
trate, §S 3727, 3728. 
School budget commission, member 
School claims, payment in excess of 
of, § 5564. 
revenues, § 5564. 
Depositaries for county funds, to fur- 
nish security, § 2853-2. 
Deposit of public funds, § 2853-2. 



COLLETON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Drainage, county board of commis- 
sioners to act as commissioners of 
health and drainage, § 6156. 
Elections. 
Board of registration, enrollment of 

electors, § 2276. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 
Fees. 
Clerk of court, § 4925. 
Collection and disposition, § 4201. 
Magistrates and constables, worth- 
less check law, § 3718-1. 
Fisheries inspector, § 3316. 
Fish, oysters, etc., § 1805. 
Forestry. 
Forest fire control organization act, 
§ 4206. 
Forfeited land commission. 
Employment of agent to sell prop- 
erty, § 2853-1. 
General sessions, terms, § 64. 
Grand juries, foreman authorized to 
swear witnesses, inapplicable, § 977. 
Hard surface roads, state highway 

system, § 5926(16). 
Hawkers and peddlers. 

Livestock, § 7128-5. 
Highways. 
Loans from Federal Government for 

construction, § 4205. 
Mail routes, maintenance of, § 4203. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(16), 
5934. 
Investment of sinking funds, inappli- 
cable, § 3884. 
Jurors, terms of, § 625. 
License tax. 
Magistrates, § 3761. 

Fees, worthless check law, § 3718-1. 
Mail routes, maintenance of, § 4203. 
Marriage license, issuance, § 8558. 
Master, office abolished, § 3701-4. 
Mill dams, removal, § 6156. 
Offices, holding of two, defined, § 

4225. 
Parks and recreational centers. 
Acquisition of landings and recrea- 
tional grounds on streams, § 9317. 
Poll tax. 

Payment, § 2853. 
Prisons and prisoners. 
Working of prisoners committed to 
jail, § 1960-4. 
Probate judge. 
Assumption of duties of master, § 

3701-4. 
References to, § 653. ' 
Records. 
Committee to destroy useless rec- 
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COLLETON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Reference, probate judge as referee, 

§ 653. 
Rural mail routes, maintenance of, § 

4203. 
Salaries. 
Officers receive salaries in lieu of 
fees, § 4201. 
School budget commission. 
Composition, § 5564. 
Duties. § 5564. 
School districts. 
Ashton school district No. 28, § 

5566-3. 
Cedar Branch school district No. 39, 

§ 5566-3. 
Folk school district No. 29, § 5566-3. 
Hill school district No. 31, § 5566-3. 
Polk school district No. 54, § 5566-3. 
Rice Patch school district No. 8, § 

5566-3. 
Weimer school district No. 21, § 
5566-3. 
Schools. 
Budget commission. § 5564. 
Contracts for transporting pupils, § 

5565. 
Taxes, § 5565-1. 
Textbooks, § 5564-1. 
School trustees. 
Application of section, § 5566. 
District No. 19, § 5566-4. 
District No. 30, § 5566-6. 
Election, § 5566. 
Purchase of outstanding bonds with 

sinking funds, § 5339. 
Rice Patch school district, § 5566-2. 
Ruffin school district No. 26, § 

5566-5. 
Smoaks school district No. 5, § 

5566-1. 
Terms, § 5566. 
Security for deposits, § 2853-2. 
Sinking fund. 
Investment, § 4202. 

Inapplicable, § 3884(6). 
Purchase of outstanding bonds with 
school funds, § 5339. 
State highway system. §§ 5926(16), 5934. 
Streams. 

Duty of landowner to clean out, in- 
applicable, § 1217. 
Running streams, obstructing, § 1214. 
Superintendent of education. 
Expense allowance, § 5313. 
School budget commission, member 

of, § 5564. 
School budget, penalty for approv- 
ing claims in excess of, § 5564. 
Supervisor. 
Bond, § 4190. 
Compensation, § 4191. 



COLLETON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Supervisor (Cont'd) 
Election, § 4189. 
Powers, § 4188. 

Road work and gangs, §§ 4195, 4196. 
Taxes. 
Collection by county treasurer, in- 
applicable, § 2773. 
Exemption of manufactories, Const. 

'95, art. 8, § 8. 
Payment of poll tax, § 2853. 
Return, assessment and collection of 
certain road and poll tax execu- 
tions, § 2853-3. 
Schools. 
Annual levies, § 5565-1. 
"Voting precincts, § 2296. 
Water courses, drainage, § 6156. 

COLORED NORMAL. INDUSTRIAL, 
AGRICULTURAL AND ME- 
CHANICAL COLLEGE 

See, also. State Colleges and Uni- 
versities. 
Board of trustees. 

Composition, § 5800. 

Control and management of property 
of Claflin College, § 5801. 

Duties and powers, § 5801. 

Governor ex-officio member, § 3092. 

Majority necessary to transact busi- 
ness, § 5804. 

Provisions for buildings, etc., § 5803. 

Terms, § 5800. 
Claflin College, separation from, § 5802. 
Course of study, trustees to establish, § 

5803. 
Establishment, § 5800. 

Authorized, Const. '95, art. 11, § 8. 
Instructors to be of Negro race, § 5803. 
Land-grant colleges, § 5806-2. 
Land script funds, one-half for benefit 

of college, § 580^. 
Principal or president to be of Negro 

race, § 5803. 
Public land fund, one-half allotted to 

college, § 5744. 
Succession to Claflin College, § 5802. 

COLORED PERSONS 

See Colored Normal, Industrial, Ag- 
ricultural, and Mechanical College; 
Negroes; State Reformatory for 
Negro Boys. 
Marriage with white persons prohibit- 
ed. Const. '95, art. 3, § 33; §§ 1438, 
8571. 

Punishment, § 1438. 
Motor vehicles. 

Separation of white and colored pas- 
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COLORED PERSONS (Cont'd) 
Parks and recreational centers. 

Joint use prohibited in counties with 
city over 60,000, § 9316. 
Rights or remedies not affected by race 

or color, § 335. 
Right to vote, abridgement, prohibited, 

Const. U. S. amend. 15, § 1. 
Separate schols for. Const. '95, art. 11, 

§ 7. 
Separation of races. 

See Negroes. 

COLUMBIA BIBLE SCHOOL 

Degree, power to confer, § 5398. 
Diploma, accredited by state board of 

education, § 5398. 
Schools and school districts. 

Conference of degrees, § 5398. 

COLUMBIA CANAL 

South Carolina pulDlic service author- 
ity, § 8555-28. 

COLUMBIA, CITY OF 

Annexation of territory, § 7675-21. 
Board of assessors, § 2878-11. 
Board of school commissioners, pow- 
ers as to realty, § 5650-2. 
Bonded debt. 
Constitutional limitations inappli- 
cable, § 7327; Const. '95, art. 8, § 
7; art. 10, § 5. 
Special elections, certain conditions 
precedent inapplicable to, Const. 
'95, art. 2, § 13; art. 8, § 7. 
Cotton weigher, §§ 6451, 6452. 
Elections. 

Opening and closing polls, § 2301. 
Polls, opening and closing, § 2365. 
Voting precincts, § 7675-18(2). 
General elections, opening and closing 

of polls, § 2301. 
Juries, drawing, etc., for municipal po- 
lice or recorder's court, § 7460. 
Paupers, provisions for support of, § 

4977. 
Recorder's court. 
Appeal. 
Bond, § 966. 

Hearing in general sesisons, § 967. 
Notice, § 966. 
Return, § 967. 
Criminal cases. 
Jury, § 971-1. 
Challenges, § 971-2. 
Drawing, § 971-2. 
Selection, § 971-1. 
Jury box, § 971. 

Jury commissioners, composition, § 
971. 
Special board of assessors, § 2878-11. 



COLUMBIA, CITY OF (Cont'd) 
State hospital, streets closed by, § 6247. 
Taxes. 
Adoption of state legislation, § 

7675-19. 
Exemption of. 
Columbia Stage Company and Main 
Street Methodist Church, § 2578- 
(40). 
Oliver Gospel Mission, § 2578(39). 
South Carolina Baptist Hospital, § 

2578(29). 
Waverly Fraternal Hospital and 
Good Samaritan Hospital, § 2578- 
(31). 
Issuance of certificates evidencing 

taxes due and unpaid, § 7675-20. 
Special board of assessors, § 2878-11. 
Voting precincts in, § 7675-18(2). 
Ward eight. 

Electors in, § 7675-18(3). 
Voting precincts in, § 7675-18(3). 
Wards, number and boundaries, § 

7675-18(1). 
Water meters for state institutions, § 
3080. 

COLUMBIA HEBREW BENEVOLENT 
SOCIETY 

Tax exemption, § 2578(39). 

COLUMBIA STAGE COMPANY 

Tax exemption, § 2578(40). 

COMBINATIONS 

See Trusts and Monopolies. 

COMMENCEMENT OF ACTIONS 

See Actions. 

COMMERCE 

See Commissioner of Agriculture; 
Department of Agriculture; Inter- 
state Commerce Commission. 
Development board, §§ 3442-31 to 
3442-51. 
See Commerce Development Board. 
Preference to ports prohibited. Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 9(6). 
Regulation, power of congress, Const. 
U. S. art. 1, § 8(3). 

COMMERCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD 

§§ 3442-31 to 3442-51. 
Advisory committee, § 3442-33. 
Amendments, § 3442-49. 
Body politic and corporate, § 3442-31. 
Bonds, § 3442-39. 
Chairman, §§ 3442-32, 3442-37. 
Construction of provisions, § 3442-48. 
Directors, § 3442-36. 
Governor. 

Powers of governor, § 3442-34 



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COMMERCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD 

(Cont'd) 
Invalidity, § 3442-51. 
Liability of board, employees and 

sureties, § 3442-45. 
Liability of State for acts of board 

and employees, § 3442-45. 
Net earnings, § 3442-41. 
Organization of board, § 3442-50. 
Personnel, § 3442-31. 
Pledge of State in regard to obligations 

of board, § 3442-44. 
Powers. 

Board, § 3442-35. 

Construction of powers of board, § 
3442-47. 

Governor, § 3442-34. 
Rates. 

Basis fix rates for use of certain 
facilities, § 3442-43. 
Rules, regulations and actions affect- 
ing obligations, § 3442-40. 
Sheriffs. 

Appointment of deputies on request 
of board, § 3442-38. 
Taxes and taxation. 

Credit or taxing power of State, § 
3442-46. 

Exemptions, § 3442-42. 
Term of committee, § 3442-50. 
Terms, § 3442-32. 
Vacancy, § 3442-32. 

COMMERCIAL DISINFECTANTS 

Adulterated, penalty, § 6613. 

Disposition of moneys received, § 6616. 

Fees, regulation fee, § 6612. 

Fund, disbursements, § 6616. 

Marking, § 6610. 

Misbranding, § 6613. 

Sale of unregistered, § 6613. 

Statement to be filed with commission- 
er of agriculture, commerce and in- 
dustries, § 6611. 

Unlawful sales, § 6613. 

Violations. 
Penalty, § 6613. 
Procedure, § 6614. 
Solicitor to prosecute, § 6615. 

COMMERCIAL FE03 STUFFS 

See Concentrated Commercial Feed- 
ing Stuffs. 

COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS. §§ 6353 

to 6385-1. 
Actions. 

Suits for recovery of fines and pen- 
alties, § 6377. 
Analysis, § 6368. 

Each material stated, § 6361. 

For purchaser's own use, § 6380. 



COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS (Cont'd) 
Analysis (Cont'd) 
Information. 
Manufacturers and sellers to give. 
§ 6360. 
Penalties for deficiencies in guar- 
anteed analysis, § 6373. 
Remaining uniform, § 6356. 
Source of plant food element, § 6361. 
Board of control, § 6385. 
Brands or trademarks. 
Information. 
Manufacturers and sellers to give, 
§ 6360. 
Information mark upon containers 
or associate with shipments or 
documents relative thereto, § 6362. 
Misleading or deceptive, § 6359. 
Registration. See within this title, 

"Registration." 
Selling, transporting or receiving im- 
properly branded fertilizers, § 6376. 
Use, § 6357. 
Bulk sales, § 6378. 
Calcium carbonate. 

Penalty for deficiency, § 6374. 
Carriers. 

Duty, § 6370. 
Certificates. 
Showing source of nitrogen, phos- 
phoric acid and potash, § 6353. 
Chemists, § 6368. 

Use of certificates in trials, § 6369. 
Chlorine. 

Penalty for deficiency, § 6374. 
Contract between manufacturer and 

purchaser, § 6361. 
Cottonseed meal, § 6365. 
Analysis. 

For purchaser's own use, § 6380. 
Grades, § 6365. 
Penalty, § 6365. 
Sale, § 6365. 
Deficiencies. 

Penalty, § 6374. 
Definition, § 6367. 
Distribution of penalties, § 6373. 
Exemptions, § 6367. 
Filler, § 6364. 

Fraud. 

Dealer or manufacturer persistently 
guilty, § 6382. 
Inspection. 

Entry of premises, § 6372. 

Tax, § 6366. 
Tags or stamps, § 6370. 
Inspectors, § 6368. 
Labels. 

Filing copies, § 6353. 

Not to use second time, § 6376. 
Liens, § 6377. 



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COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS (Confd) 
Lime. 

Sale of agricultural lime materials, 
§ 6384. 
Minimum plant food, § 6363. 
Misdemeanor, S 6385-1. 
Nitrate of soda, merchants may sell, § 

5192. 
Nitrogen, § 6379. 

Minimum in nitrate of soda and sul- 
phate of ammonia, § 6363. 
Packages, § 6375. 
Powers and duties of board of trustees 

of Clemson Agricultural College, § 

5743. 
Privilege tax, use, § 5758. 
Publication of values per pound and 

per unit, § 6373. 
Registration. 

Changing ingredients, § 6355. 

Fee for registering grades and brand 
names, § 6354. 

Sales without registration, § 6358. 

Term, § 6354. 
Report of tonnage, § 6371. 
Rules and regulations, § 6381. 
Sales. 

Unregistered, § 6358. 
Sample, § 6368. 

Entry of premises, § 6372. 
Stamps. 

Filing copies, § 6353. 

Inspection, § 6370. 
Summons and process, § 6377. 
Tags. 

Not to use second time, § 6376. 
Tax. 

Inspection tax, § 6366. 

Tags or stamps, § 6370. 
Tobacco fertilizer. 

Sulphur content, § 6374. 
Use of edible fish for, prohibited, § 

3399. 
Water, § 6383. 

COMMERCIAL SCJIOOLS 

See Schools and School Districts. 
Issue of degrees. 
Approval of state board of education, 

§ 5297. 
Charter not authority, § 5297. 
Inapplicable to certain colleges, § 

5297. 
Rules, § 5297. 

Unlawful advertising, § 5297. 
Violations, penalty, § 5297. 

COMMISSION FOR ANALYSIS OF 
FOOD PRODUCTS 

Bulletin, § 3275. 
Personnel, § 3274. 
Powers, § 3276. 



COMMISSION FORM OF GOVERN- 
MENT 

Sec Municipal Corporations. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS, § 6619-1. 
See Factors and Commission Mer- 
chants. 
Cotton, furnishing of sworn statements 

on demand, § 1288. 
Failure to account for produce, § 1283. 

COMMISSION OF FORESTRY. 

See State Commission of Forestry. 

COMMISSION ON INTERSTATE CO- 
OPERATION, §§ 3442-11 to 3442-17. 
Boards and commKtees, § 3442-15. 
Compensation, § 3442-16. 
Establishment, § 3442-11. 
House committee, § 3442-13. 
Members, § 3442-14. 
Powers, § 3442-16. 
Reports, § 3442-16. 
Senate committee, § 3442-12. 
Terms, § 3442-17. 

COMMISSION ON STATE HOUSE AND 
GROUNDS 

See State House and Grounds. 
Establishment, personnel, etc., § 2242. 
Report to Genearl Assembly, § 2243. 

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS 

See Militia. 

COMMISSIONER FOR CONFEDER- 
ATE INFIRMARY 

See Confederate Home. 

COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE 

Adulterated or misbranded foods or 
drugs, investigations, § 5128-27. 

Blanks and forms to be furnished by 
comptroller general, § 3245. 

Board of exports and marketing, mem- 
ber of, § 6676. 

Clerk, § 3224. 
Salary, § 3225. 

Commercial disinfectants. §§ 6610, 6616. 

Concentrated commercial feedstuffs, 
inspection, §§ 6589-6602. 

Condimcntal feedstuffs, §§ 6603,6609. 

Co-operative associations, reports by, 
§ 8147. 

County fairs. 
Educational exhibits, § 3247. 
Demonstrators, § 3248. 

Crushed marl or ground limestone. 
Arrangements for sale, § 3252. 
Not subject to fertilizer tax, § 3253. 

Duties, § 3227. 
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COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE 

(Cont'd) 

Examination and inspection of build- 
ings and employment, § 3240. 

Food Growers Association of South 
Carolina, preliminary organization 
under supervision of, § 8157. 

Gasoline tax, duties, §§ 2505, 2513, 2518. 

Illuminating oils, etc., inspection, §§ 
6577-6586. 

Immigrants, bringing into state prohib- 
ited, § 3232. 

Information as to natural resources, etc. 
Other departments to furnish, § 3230. 
Publication, § 3228. 

Information to, § 3236. 
Confidential, § 3238. 
Arrangements for manufacture and 
sale, § 3250. 

Inoculating material. 
Sale, proceeds, § 3251. 

Inspectors. 

Interference with other state depart- 
ments not authorized, § 3231. 

Interfering or obstructing, § 3237. 

Manufacturing establishments, enter- 
ing of, § 3230. 

Milk, inspection of samples, purchased 
on butter-fat basis, § 5129. 

Poultry preparations, inspection, §§ 
6603-6609. 

Powers and duties devolved on board 
of trustees of Clemson Agricultural 
College, exceptions, § 5741. 

Qualifications, § 3224. 

Records. 
Preservation, § 3246. 

Reports. 
By co-operative associations, § 8147. 
Confidential, § 3238. 
To governor, § 3226. 
Contents, § 3233. 

Salary, § 3225. 

Schedule of inquiries to manufactur- 
ers, § 3234. 
Answers to, § 3235. 

Statistical report to Governor, classi- 
fication, § 3233. 

Tobacco warehouses, reports by, §§ 
7197-7202. 

Vacancy, § 3224. 

Water transportation arrangements, § 
3229. 

Weights and measures, to be kept by, § 
6661. 

COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS 

See Deeds. 

Appointment by Governor, §§ 3094, 
3467. 

Appointment, filing in office of secre- 
tary of state, § 3468. 



COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS (Cont'd) 

Authority, § 3469. 
Commissions, validated, § 3472. 
Notaries public in other states, force 

of verification, 3471. 
Oath, § 3468. 

Administering of, § 3470. 
Powers, § 3470. 
Term, § 3467. 

COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE. 

See Insurance. 

COMMISSIONER OF LABOR 

Department of labor, §§ 3253-11 to 
3253-23. 
See Labor. 

COMMISSIONER OP PILOTAGE 

See Pilots. 

COMMISSIONERS 

See Code Commissioner; Commis- 
sioner of Agriculture, Commerce 
and Industries; Insurance; Jury 
and Jurors; Pilots; Ports; Rail- 
road Cominission. 
County commissioners. 
See County Board of Commissioners, 
and the particular counties. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC WORKS 

See Municipal Corporations, and the 
particular cities and towns. 

COMMISSIONS 

See Confederate Home; Historical 
Commission; Militia; Railroad Com- 
mission, etc. 
Execution and opening of, Cir. Ct. rule 

34. 
Highway commissions. 
See Highways, and the particular 
counties. 
Public service commission, §§ 8199 to 
8250. 
See Public Service Commission. 
State game and fish commission, § 1755. 

COMMITMENTS 

See Arrest; Infants; South Carolina 
Industrial School; State Industrial 
School for Girls, etc. 

COMMITTEE OF LUNATICS 

See Insane Persons. 

COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY LAWS 

Code supplements, § 2118. 

Compensation of members, § 2118. 

Composition, § 2117. 

Creation, § 2117. 

Duties, §§ 2117, 2118. 

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COMMITTEE ON STATUTORY LAWS 

(Cont'd) 
Sale of codes and supplements, § 2118-1. 
Secretary. 

Code commissioner as, § 2118. 

Duties, § 2118. 

Salary, § 2118. 
Traveling expenses, § 2118. 

COMMITTEES 

See Insane Persons. 

COMMON CARRIERS 

See Carriers; Express Companies; 
Railroads; Telegraph Companies; 
Telephone Companies. 

COMMON DEFENSE 

Congress, provision for. Const. U. S. 
art. 1, § 8(1). 

COMMON LAW 

Foreign common law, how proved, § 
716. 

COMMON PLEAS 

See Circuit Courts. 
See, also, the particular counties. 
Adjournment, § 67. 
Appeals to from denial of registration, 

§ 2273. 
Appellate jurisdiction, Const. '95, art. 

5, § 15. 
Arrest in civil actions, discharge of 
prisoners as insolvent debtors, §§ 
851, 869. 
Barnwell county, special provisions re- 
lating to, § 52. 
Calendar. 
Arrangement of causes on, § 595. 
Entry of causes on, Cir. Ct. rule 26. 
Three calendars, § 595. 
Certiorari, powers of judges at cham- 
bers, § 36. 
Cleric. 

See, also, Clerks of Courts. 
Account for moneys, § 3615. 
Administration of derelict estates, §§ 

8980-8983. 
Arrest in civil actions, discharge of 

prisoners, §§ 851-869. 
Bill of costs attached to executions, 

§ 3619. 
Carrying docket forward, § 595. 
Certificates to jurors and constables, 

§ 3687. 
Deputy, § 74. 

Docket and index of United States 
courts' judgments and decrees, § 

346. 
Drainage, powers and jurisdiction, §§ 

6096-6137. 
Election, Const. '95, art. 5, § 27. 
Time of, § 2350. 



COMMON PLEAS (Cont'd) 
Clerk (Cont'd) 
Fees, § 4924. 
Docketing fees, forfeiture, § 595. 
Examining witnesses, § 705. 
Hearing of application for dis- 
charge of debtor, § 862. 
Jury commissioner, acting as, § 607. 
Neglect of duty, § 1527. 
Notify superintendent of penitentiary 

of number of convicts, § 1983. 

Reading of minutes to judge, § 3588. 

Report to board of registration of 

persons convicted of disqualifying 

crimes, § 2281. 

Report to state highway department 

of certain convictions, § 5998. 
Right-of-way for railroads, etc., du- 
ties, §§ 8437-8450. 
Roll of jurors and constables, § 3594. 
Sheriff, ineligible, § 3485. 
Taxing of fees of clerk of Supreme 

Court, § 27. 
Telegraph and telephone companies, 

condemnation, §§ 8533, 8534. 
Term, Const. '95, art. 5, § 27. 
Vacancy, probate judge to act, § 

3643. 
Witnesses, taking depositions and ex- 
amining, §§ 703-708. 
Drainage districts, jurisdiction of for- 
mation, § 6158. 
Equity business conducted at, §§ 55, 

56, 63. 
Equity, power of judges at chambers, 

§ 36. 
Establishment, § 9; Const. '95, art. 5, 

§ 1. 
General sessions, opening during term 

of, § 65. 
Habeas corpus, power to issue. Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 15. 
Infants, authorization to borrow, §§ 

8660-8667. 
Injunction. 
Order of, authority to make, § 565. 
Power to issue. Const. '95, art. 5, § 
15. 
Insane persons, authorization to bor- 
row, §§ 8660-8667. 
Intermediate judgment, order or de- 
cree, appellate jurisdiction of Su- 
preme Court, § 26. 
Judges. 
Habeas corpus, authority to grant, § 

1060. 
Neglect of duty, § 42. 
Powers at chambers, §§ 36, 37. 
Power to open General Sessions. § 65. 
Salary, § 41; Const. '95, art. 5, § 9. 
Jurisdiction, Const. '95, art. 5, § 15. 



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COMMON PLEAS (Cont'd) 
Jurisdiction (Cont'd) 

Formation of drainage districts, § 
6158. 

Partition proceedings, § 8827. 

Receiver for dissolved corporation, 
§ 7713. 
Lee county, separate juries, § 53. 
Lost or destroyed deeds. 

Action to perpetuate testimony, § 
730. 
Judge at chambers to have juris- 
diction, § 731. 
Mandamus. 

Powers of judges at chambers, § 37. 

Power to issue, Const. '95, art. 5, § 15. 
Minors, authorization to borrow, §§ 

8660-8667. 
Moneys deposited in lieu of bond, etc., 

§§ 347-349. 
Original jurisdiction. Const. '95, art. 5, 

§ 15. 
Overcrowded court, assignment of dis- 
engaged judge or commission of spe- 
cial judge, § 44. 
Partition, jurisdiction of, § 8827. 
Petit jurors, § 70. 

Prohibition, powers of judges at cham- 
bers, § 36. 
Report of master or referee, time for 

filing, extension, § 351. 
Reports by masters, § 3693. 
Richland county, first and second ses- 
sions, § 55. 
Seals, impression, uniformity, § 337. 
Solicitors to attend, § 3132. 
Special court, §§ 44, 45, 47. 
Special sessions, § 69. 

Causes tried during, § 69(4). 
Summons, order for publication, § 436. 
Sumter county, separate juries, § 53. 
Terms, Const. '95, art. 5, § 16. 

Abbeville county, § 58. 

Allien county, § 52. 

Allendale county, § 64. 

Anderson county, § 60. 

Bamberg county, § 52. 

Barnwell county, § 52. 

Beaufort county, § 64. 

Berlieley county, § 59. 

Calhoun county, § 51. 

Charleston county, § 59. 

Cherolcee county, § 57. 

Chester county, § 56. 

Chesterfield county, § 54. 

Clarendon county, § 53. 

Colleton county, § 64. 

Darlington county, § 54. 

Dillon county, § 54. 

Dorchester county, § 51. 

Edgefield county, § 61. 

Fairfield county, § 56. 



COMMON PLEAS (Cont'd) 
Terms (Cont'd) 

Florence county, § 62. 

Georgetown county, § 62. 

Greenville county, § 63. 

Greenwood county, § 58. 

Hampton county, § 64. 

Horry county, § 62. 

Jasper county, § 64. 

Kershaw county, § 55. 

Lancaster county, § 56. 

Laurens county, § 58. 

Lee county, § 53. 

Lexington county, § 61. 

McCormick county, § 61. 

Marion county, § 62. 

Marlboro county, § 54. 

Newberry county, § 58. 

Oconee county, § 60. 

Orangeburg county, § 51. 

Pickens county, § 63. 

Richland county, § 55. 

Saluda county, § 61. 

Spartanburg county, § 57. 

Sumter county, § 53. 

Union county, § 57. 

Williamsburg county, § 53. 

York county, § 56. 
United States courts' judgments and 

decrees, docketing in clerk's office, 

§ 346. 
Williamsburg county, separate jury, § 

53. 

COMMUTATION TAX 

Abbeville county, §§ 1725, 5863, 5864. 
Aiken county, §§ 3925-3927. 
Allendale county, §§ 3950-3953. 
Amount, § 5860. 
Anderson county, §§ 5860, 5863. 
Bamberg county, §§ 3980, 3982. 
Barnwell county, ?§ 4015-4018. 
Beaufort county, §"§ 4029-4032. 
Berkeley county, §§ 4036-4039, 4053. 
Certificate of payment, § 5838. 
Charleston county, none, § 5860. 
Cherokee county, § 4087. 
Cities over 5,000, § 7468. 
Clarendon county, §§ 4149-4155. 
Collection of delinquent tax, § 2787-1. 
Colleton county, §5 4209, 4210. 
Dillon county, §§ 4264-4266. 
Dorchester county, § 5860. 
Edgefield county, § 4306. 
Evasion. 

See the particular counties. 
Exemptions, persons in military naval 

service of United States, § 5865. 
Expenditure, § 5841. 
Failure to pay, § 1687. 
Fairfield county, §§ 4316, 4317. 
Florence county, §§ 4368-4371. 



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COMMUTATION TAX (Cont'd) 
Georgetown county, §§ 4377-4380. 
Greenville county, SS 4438-4440. 
Greenwood county, S§ 4461-4464. 
Hampton county, §S 4486-4488. 
Kershaw county, §§ 4521-4524. 
Lancaster county, S§ 4553-4556. 
Lee county, SS 4580, 4581. 
Levy on petition of freeholders, § 5838. 
Lexington county, §§ 4591-4593. 
List of persons paying, S§ 5838, 5839. 
McCormick county, §§ 4637-4640. 
Newberry county, § 4658. 
Oconee county, § 4692. 
Orangeburg county, §§ 4721-4723. 
Persons liable, §§ 5858, 5860. 
Pickens county, § 4724. 
Returns in certain counties, § 5864. 
Richland county, §§ 4734-4736. 
Road duty, in lieu of, § 5863. 
Spartanburg county, §§ 4771-4774. 
Sumter county, §§ 4806, 4810. 
Time of payment, § 5860. 
Townships, § 5838. 
Union county, §§ 4831, 4832. 
Williamsburg county, §§ 4887-4889. 

COMPENSATION 

See the particular officers, boards, 
etc. 
County officers. 

See the particular counties. 
Unemployment compensation, §§ 7035- 

81 to 7035-105. 

See Unemployment Compensation. 
Workmen's compensation, §§ 7035-1 
to 7035-78. 

See Workinen's Compensation. 

COMPLAINT 

See Indictments and Informations; 
Pleadings. 
Electric light, heat and power com- 
panies, § 8555-5. 

COMPOSITION WITH CREDITORS 

See Debtor and Creditor. 
Separate composition by joint debtor, 
§§ 7038-7040. 

COMPROMISE 

Acceptance or refusal of offer, effect, 
§ 667. 

Action against state highway depart- 
ment for injuries, § 5887. 

Confiscation cases by tax commission, 
S 2428. 

Costs, SS 665, 667. 

Damages, offer to liquidate, § 666. 

Guardian ad litem, § 409-3. 

Offer of compromise, § 665. 

Offer to liquidate damages, § 666. 



COMPROMISE (Cont'd) 

State tax commission, §§ 2428, 2544, 

2549. 
Unemployment compensation, § 7035- 
100. 

COMPTROLLER GENERAL 

Abstract of settlement with county 

treasurers, recording, § 3145. 
Annual estimates of public revenues 

and expenditures, report to General 

Assembly, § 3139. 
Appropriations, record of, § 3136. 
Assessinent and collection of taxes, ex- 
tension of time, § 3155. 
Auditing clerk. 

Duties, § 3135. 

Salary, § 3135. 
Blanks, form, etc. 

Commissioner of Agriculture, Com- 
merce and Industries, § 3245. 

County auditors, § 2731. 

Reports of obligations of political 
subdivision, § 7334. 
Bonds, § 3135. 

Blanks for officers, § 3046. 

Examined annually, § 3052. 
Bookkeeping system for county com- 
missioners, § 3876. 
Books. 

Accounts of persons distributing pub- 
lic money, § 3153. 

Payment for, § 3151. 
Borrow money on credit of state, §§ 

2206, 3211. 
Budget, duties relative to, §§ 3213- 

3222. 
Chief clerk, salary, § 3135. 
Clerk of state board of pensioners, ap- 
pointment and salary, § 3135. 
Clerks, official bonds, § 3060. 
Contingent accounts, record of, § 3136. 
Co-operation in preparation of uniform 

system of reports, § 2133. 
Corporations, assessment for expenses 

of railroad commission, § 8292-11. 
County auditors. 

Examine books of, § 2732. 

Notice to, of rates for state levies, 
§ 2714. 

Paid when, § 3156. 
County treasurers. 

Charge off of losses of public funds 
on consent of, § 2805. 

Defaulting. 

Proceedings against, § 3152. 
Deposits for collection by banks, § 

7846. 
Disbursing officers, entry of accounts 

of, in books, § 3153. 
Duplicate of books of state treasurer, 

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COMPTROLLER GENERAL (Cont'd) 
Duties. Const. '95. art. 4. § 24. 
Election. Const. "95, art. 4, § 24. 
Executive department, offices, furnish- 
ing of, § 3154. 
Express and telegraph companies, col- 
lection for contingent fund, § 8543. 
False certificate by bank officials, § 

7852. 
Fees, paid into state treasury, § 3135. 
Loans on credit of state, §§ 2206, 3211. 
Member of. 

Board of claims, § 2071. 

Board of phosphate commissioners, 
§ 2208. 

Board of state canvassers, § 2318. 

Commission on statehouse and 
grounds, § 2242. 

Sinking fund commission, § 2138. 

State board of health, § 4997. 

State finance committee, §§ 2083, 
2196. 
Municipal corporations, to report obli- 
gations to, §§ 7332-7341. 
Notice to officers as to obligations of 

political subdivisions, §§ 7335-7338. 
Office hours, § 3135. 
Office room for executive department, 

furnishing of, § 3154. 
Official bonds, blank forms, § 3046. 
Pension records, § 4985. 

Turned over to, § 4985. 
Persons distributing public moneys, ex- 
amination of accounts, § 3148. 
Public moneys, expenditures for pur- 
pose other than specified, unlawful, 

§ 3143. 
Public printing, payment for, § 2104. 
Remission of tax penalties, § 2784. 
Reports to. 

Accounts of persons distributing pub- 
lic moneys, § 3148. 

Copies furnished state printer, § 3157. 

County commissioners, § 2132. 

County treasurer, § 2779. 
Settlements, §§ 2803, 2804. 

Debts due state, § 2121. 

Disbursing officer, § 2120. 

Obligations of all political subdivi- 
sions of state, §§ 7332-7341. 

Obligations of counties, cities and 
school districts, §§ 7332-7341. 

Officers possessing evidences of in- 
debtedness, § 2121. 

Persons distributing public moneys, 
§ 2120. 

Regents of state hospital, § 2128. 

Secretary of state, § 3111. 

Solicitors. §§ 3133, 3134. 

State treasurer, § 3176. 

Uniform system, § 2133. 



COMPTROLLER GENERAL (Cont'd) 
Reports to General Assembly. 

County taxes, § 3146. 

Debts due state, § 2122. 

Moneys due state, § 3147. 

Names of pensioners, § 3149. 

Political subdivisions, obligations of, 
§§ 7332-7342. 

To be as of December 31 of each 
year, § 2096. 

Unappropriated funds in treasury, 
§ 3150. 
Salary, § 3135; Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Settlements of county treasurers, §§ 

2797-2802. 
Sheriffs, subject to control of, § 2829. 
Statement of certificates furnished to, 

§ 2067. 
Statements to be furnished, §§ 3214, 

3215. 
State treasurer. 

Books, examination of, § 3137. 

Report of state of treasury, S 3139. 

Reports of cash transactions, § 3167. 

Superintending of transfer of books 
and money to successor, § 3138. 

Vouchers, examination of, § 3136. 
State treasury, payments from by 

vouchers on comptroller general, § 

3141. 
Taxation. 

See Taxes and Taxation. 
Term, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Vacancy, how filled, § 3083. 
Vouchers, payment from state treas- 
ury, § 3141. 
Warrants. 

Lost, bond, § 3142. 

Lost, duplicate warrant, § 3142. 

Payments by treasurer, § 3140. 

Presentment for payment, limitation, 
§ 3140. 

CONCEALED WEAPONS 

See Weapons. 

CONCENTRATED COMMERCIAL 
FEEDING STUFFS 

Adulterated, sale unlawful, § 6597-1. 
Adulteration, substances prohibited, § 

6593. 
Analysis. 
Ingredients of mixed weights includ- 
ed, § 6601. 
Penalty for violation, § 6602. 
Analysis of samples, annually, § 6595. 
Analysts. 
Appointment, § 6600. 
Certificate, prima facie evidence, § 
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CONCENTRATED COMMERCIAL 

FEEDING STUFFS (Cont'd) 
Certificate and sample to be filed, §§ 

6610, 6616. 
Commissioner of agriculture, com- 
merce and industries. 

Inspection and taking of samples, § 
6595. 

Rules and regulations, §§ 6596, 6597. 
Condemnation and sale, violations, § 

6593. 
Crushed ear corn, sale of compound of 

unlawful, e.xceptlons, § 6593-1. 
Definition, § 6588. 
Fees, disposition, § 6599. 
Inspection by commissioner of agricul- 
ture, commerce and industries, § 6595. 
Inspection tax, § 6592. 

Stamps, § 6592. 
Inspectors. 

Appointment, § 6600. 

Obstructing, § 6597-3. 
Labeling. § 6587. 
Metal holders. 

Tags or cards not fastened to bags 
by, § 6592. 
Misbranded, sale of, penalty, § 6605. 
Mixed weights. 

Analysis to include ingredients, § 
6601. 
Penalty for violations, § 6602. 
Notification to manufacturer and so- 
licitor of violations, § 6598. 
Payment of expenses, § 6599. 
Penalty for violations, § 6593. 
Poisons. 

Seeds treated with poison not of- 
fered for sale, § 6602-1. 
Registration. 

Cancellation, § B591. 

Refusal, § 6591. 

Rules and regulations, § 6596; Rule 

under § 6596. 
Sale in bulk between importers not 

prohibited, § 6592. 
Sales. 

Seeds treated with poison, § 6602-1. 

Suspension, § 6594. 

Violations, § 6597-1. 

Without tax stamps, penalty, § 
6597-2. 
Samples, analysis of, § 6595. 
Statement of contents, weight, etc., § 
6587. 

Filing, § 6589. 
Unnecessary when, § 6590. 

Sale in bulk, § 6592. 

Sample to accompany, § 6589. 
Tax stamps. 

Counterfeiting or using second time, 
§ 6597-2. 

Sale without, penalty, § 6597-2. 



CONCENTRATED COMMERCIAL 
FEEDING STUFFS (Cont'd) 
Violations. 
Notification to manufacturer and so- 
licitor, § 6598. 
Penalty, § 6597-4. 

CONCILIATION 

See Board of Conciliation. 

CONDEMNATION 

See Eminent Domain. 
Savannah River Navigation Commis- 
sion. 

By United States Government, § 
6030-5. 

Right of United States Government 
paramount, § 6030-6. 

CONDIMENTAL FEEDSTUFFS 

Commissioner of agriculture, com- 
merce and industries, duties in case 
of violations, § 6606. 

Concentrated commercial feedstuffs 
law not repealed, § 6609. 

Fees, registration fee, § 6604. 

Fund, disbursements, § 6608. 

Labeled packages to be filed, § 6603. 

Objects and purposes of law, § 6609. 

Registration fee, § 6604. 

Statement to be filed with commis- 
sioner of agriculture, commerce and 
industries, § 6603. 

Unlawful sales, penalty, § 6605. 

Violations. 
Duties of commissioner of agricul- 
ture, commerce and industries, § 
6606. 
Penalty, § 6605. 
Solicitors to prosecute, § 6607. 

CONDITIONS PRECEDENT 

Foreign corporations doing business 

within state, § 7778. 
Insurance company doing business in 

state, §§ 7967, 7992. 
Pleadings, how pleaded, § 480. 

CONDUCTORS 

See Railroads. 
Electric railways. 

Powers of peace officers, § 1270. 

Separation of races, duties, § 1269. 
Railroads, badges, § 8419. 

CONFECTIONERY 

Adulteration, § 5128-27. 

CONFEDERATE CROSS OF HONOR. 

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CONFEDERATE HOME 

Admission of confederate veterans, § 

2245. 
Admission of widows, sisters and wives 

of confederate veterans, § 2244(2). 
Commission. 

Actual expenses, § 2244(4). 

Appointment, § 2244(1) (3). 
By Governor, §§ 2244, 3094. 
New appointments, § 2244(3). 

Personnel, § 2244(1). 

Powers, § 2244(1). 

Service without compensation, § 
2244(4). 

Term, § 2244(1). 

Vacancies, § 2244(3). 
Establishment, § 2244. 
Sisters of veterans, admission, § 2244- 

(2). 
Supplies. 

Advertisement for bids, § 6248. 

Bids, § 6249. 
Tax exemption in Williamsburg Coun- 
ty, § 2883(1). 
Widows, sisters and wives of confed- 
erate veterans, admission of, § 2244- 

(2). 

CONFEDERATE INFIRMARY 

See Confederate Home. 

CONFEDERATE PENSIONS 

See Pensions. 



CONFEDERATE 
SAILORS 

See Pensions. 



SOLDIERS AND 



CONFEDERATE VETERANS 

Hawkers and peddlers, license, ex- 
empt, § 7125. 

Hunting license, exempt from, § 1759. 

Pensions, §§ 4978-4986, 4988. 
See also Pensions. 

CONFESSION OF JUDGMENT 

See Judgments and Decrees. 

CONFINEMENT 

See Arrest. 

CONFIRMATION 

Certain titles confirmed, §§ 8681, 8688. 

CONFLICT OF LAWS 

Aeronautics. 
Jurisdiction. 
Contracts, § 7107. 
Crimes, § 7106. 
Torts, § 7106. 
Extradition. 
See Fugitives from Justice. 



CONFLICT OF LAWS (Cont'd) 

Foreign corporations. 
See Corporations. 

Foreign insurance companies. 
See Insurance. 

Foreign railroad companies. 
See Railroads. 

Foreign statutes, codes, etc. admissi- 
bility of printed copies, § 716. 

Full faith and credit to judicial pro- 
ceedings of sister states. Const. U. S. 
art. 4, § 1. 

Homicide. 
Injury beyond and death within lim- 
its of state, § 1018. 
Injury within and death beyond lim- 
its of state, § 1017. 

Inheritance tax, reciprocal exemption 
of nonresidents, § 2480. 

Insane persons, nonresidents commit- 
ment to state hospital, emergencies, 
§§ 6232, 6233. 

Interstate commerce commission. 
Regulations as to shipping fireworks 
applicable, § 1316. 

Jurisdiction, concurrent as to places 
ceded to United States by state, §§ 
2042, 2045, 2050. 

Limitation of actions, defendant out of 
state, § 358. 

Nonresidents. 
See Nonresidents. 

Wills probated in other states, §§ 8936, 
8948-8950. 

CONGAREE RIVER 

South Carolina public service author- 
ity, §§ 8555-11 _to 8555-28. 
See South Carolina Public Service 
Authority. 

CONGAREE RIVER BRIDGE 

Current for lights on, § 5912. 

CONGRESS 

See General Assembly; United States 
Representatives; United States 
Senators. 
Adjournment, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(4). 

By President, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 3. 
Arrest, privilege from. Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 6. 
Compelling attendance of members, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(1). 
Composition, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 1. 
Concurrent power with states to en- 
force eighteenth amendment. Const. 

U. S. amend. 18, § 2. 
Congressional district. Const. '95, art. 

7, § 13. 
Constitution of United States. 

Meetings, Const. U. S. amend. 20. 



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CONGRESS (Cont'd) 
Constitution of United States (Cont'd) 
Term of office, Const. U. S. amend. 

20. 
Extra sessions, called by President, 

Const. U. S. art. 2, § 3. 
House of Representatives. 
Adjournment, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

5(4). 
Composition, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 2. 
Impeachment, sole power of, Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 2(5). 
Journal, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(3). 
Officers, choice. Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 2(5). 
Procedure in choosing President 

and Vice-President, Const. U. S. 

amend. 12. 
Quorum, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(1). 
Revenue bill must originate in, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 7(1). 
Rules. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(2). 
Speaker, choice, Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 2(5). 
Information and recommendations by 

President, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 3. 
Legislative powers vested in. Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 1. 
Powers of. 
Army, raising and supporting. Const. 
U. S. art. 1, § 8(12). 
Arsenals, authority over. Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 8(17). 
Bankruptcy laws, establishment. 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(4). 
Borrowing money. Const. U. S. art. 

1, S 8(1). 
Captures, rules. Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 8(11). 
Coining money, Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 8(5). 
Commerce, regulating. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 8(3). 
Common defense, provisions for, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(1). 
Concurrent power with states to en- 
force eighteenth amendment, 

Const. U. S. amend. 18, § 2. 
Copyrights, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

8(8). 
Counterfeiting, punishment. Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 8(6). 
Debts, payment, Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 8(1). 
District of Columbia, exclusive leg- 
islation over. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

807). 
Duties, levying, etc.. Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 8(1). 
Election of senators and representa- 
tives, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 4. 



CONGRESS (Cont'd) 
Powers of (Cont'd) 
Enforcement of. 

Fifteenth amendment. Const. U. S. 
amend. 15, § 2. 

Fourteenth amendment. Const. U. 
S. amend. 14, § 5. 

Nineteenth amendment, Const. U. 
S. amend. 19, § 2. 

Thirteenth amendment, Const. U. 
S, amend. 13, § 2. 
Enumerated. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8. 
Excises, levying, etc.. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 8(1). 
Felonies on high seas, punishment, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(10). 
Forts, authority over. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 8(17). 
General welfare, provisions for, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(1). 
Imposts, levying, etc.. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 8(1). 
Income tax, levy without apportion- 
ment. Const. U. S. amend. 16. 
Inferior courts, creation, Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 8(9). 
Insurrections and invasions, calling 

militia, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(15). 
Inventions, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(8). 
Land and naval forces, Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 8(14). 
Letters of marque and reprisal, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(11). 
Magazines, authority over, Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 8(17). 
Militia. 

Calling forth. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 
8(15). 

Organization, etc.. Const. U. S. 
art. 1, S 8(16). 
Money, coining and regulating value. 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(5). 
Naturalization, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

8(4). 
Navy, maintenance. Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 8(13). 
Offenses against law of nation, pun- 
ishment. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(10). 
Patents, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(8). 
Piracies, punishment. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 8(10). 
Postoffices, establishment. Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 8(7). 
Taxes, levying, etc., Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 8(1). 
Territories, rules and regulations, 

Const. U. S. art. 4, § 3(2). 
Treason, punishment, Const. U. S. 

art. 3, § 3. 
War, declaration of. Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 8(11). 



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CONGRESS (Cont'd) 
Powers of (Cont'd) 
Weights and measures, Const. U. S. 
art. 1, § 8(5). 
Quorum, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(1). 
Representatives. 

See United States Representatives. 
Senate. 
Adjournment, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

5(4). 
Appointment of officers. Const. U. 

S. art. 2, § 2(2). 
Choosing Vice-President in case of 
failure to elect. Const. U. S. art. 
2, § 1(2). 
Composition, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 3; 

Const. U. S. amend. 17. 
Debate, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 6. 
Free speech, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 6. 
Impeachment. 
Judgment, extent and effect. 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 3. 
Sole power to try, Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 3(6). 
Two-thirds vote, Const. U. S. art. 
1, § 3(6). 
Journal, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(3). 
Officers, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 2(2). 
Choice. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 3(5). 
Power to punish, Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 5(2). 
President pro tempore, Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 3(5). 
Quorum, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(1). 
Revenue bills. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 7. 
Rules, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(2). 
States not to be deprived of equal 

suffrage. Const. U. S. art. 5. 
Vice-President as president of, Const. 
U. S. art. 1, § 3(4). 
Senators. 

See United States Senators. 
Sessions, time. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 4. 

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS 

Division of state into six, § 2333. 
One United States representative elect- 
ed from each district, § 2334. 

CONNECTING CARRIERS 

See Carriers. 

CONNECTING LINES 

See Carriers; Railroads. 

CONSENT 

See Age of Consent. 

Between parties or their attorneys, 
must be in writing, Cir. Ct. rule 14, 
Prob. Ct. rule 9. 

Sexual intercourse by unmarried wo- 
man, age of consent, § 1111; Const. 
'95, art. 3, § 33. 



CONSERVATION 

Soil conservation, §§ 5806-101 to 5806- 
116. 
See Soil Conservation. 

CONSERVATORS 

Banks and banking, § 7829-7. 

CONSIDERATION 

See Negotiable Instruments. 

CONSOLIDATION 

Banks, state and national, § 7867. 

Corporations, §§ 7757-7763. 

Fraternal benefit associations, §§ 8050- 

8053. 
Railroads, §§ 8285-8292. 

Competing roads, § 8292-2. 
Trust companies, § 7887(6). 
Trust companies and national banking 

associations, § 7867. 

CONSPIRACY 

See Trusts and Monopolies. 

Against persons, § 1380. 

Commission of another crime, punish- 
ment, § 1381. 

Hindering arresting officer or rescur- 
ing prisoners, § 1383. 

Injured person may prosecute county 
for damages, § 1384. 

Posse comitatus, sheriff or constable 
may call out, § 1382. 

Punishment, § 1380. 

Restraint of trade, §§ 6620. 

Sheriffs and constables to execute 
warrants, § 1382. 

State and national defense, § 1100-4. 

CONSTABLES 

See Police; Magistrates; Sheriffs. 

See, also the particular counties. 
Abbeville county, § 3748, 
Accepting reward for delay or omis- 
sion to arrest, § 1522. 
Aiken county, coinpensation, § 3749(2). 
Appointment by Governor, § 3096. 

Bonds required though serving with- 
out pay, § 3064. 

Reports to governor, § 3064. 
Appointment by magistrates, § 3734; 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 20. 
Arrest in civil actions, § 500. 

Duties and liabilities, §§ 504-524. 
Attachment. 

Duties and liabilities, §§ 531-550. 

Schedule, § 3738. 
Attendance at circuit courts, § 3743. 
Bamberg county, § 3753(1). 
Barnwell county, § 3754. 
Beaufort county, § 3755. 
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CONSTABLES (Cont'd) 
Bond, § 3735. 
Breach, failure to enforce or return 

executions, § 3741. 
Personal bonds, § 3058. 
Sureties, number of, § 3735. 
Certificate from clerk of court, § 3594. 
Charleston county, §§3757, 3792-4. 
Chief constable of state, appointment 

by governor, § 3094. 
Clemson Agriculture College, § 5762. 
Default in returning warrants, etc., § 

1554. 
Edgefield county, § 3763. 
Execution of orders, etc., of magistrate, 

§ 3738. 
Execution of orders of county boards 

of commissioners, § 3862. 
Executions. 
Enforcement and return, § 5104. 
Liability for neglect, § 3741. 
Schedule, § 3738. 
Exercise of office throughout county, § 

3737. 
Failure to attend court, proceedings by 

clerks of courts, § 3604. 
Failure to execute process of magis- 
trate, § 1551. 
Fees. 

See, also, the particular counties. 
Dispossessing tenant, § 8813. 
Enforcement of agricultural liens, § 

8776. 
Enumerated, § 4955. 
Worthless check law, § 3718-1. 
In certain counties, § 3718-1. 
Florence county, §§ 3765(1), 3765(2). 
Greenville county, § 3769. 
Hawkers and peddlers, inspection of 

licenses, § 7122. 
Homestead law, violating, penalty, § 

1540. 
Inquests, execution and return of war- 
rant, § 1068. 
Insurance and annuities, §§ 3811-3812- 
5. 
See Peace Officers. 
Intoxicating liquors. 
Detention of suspicious packages, § 

1884. 
Enforcement, § 1851. 
Jasper county, § 3771. 
Magistrates, fees for rules against, § 

3731. 
Magistrates may appoint, § 3734. 
Marion county, §§ 3774, 3774(2). 
Mileage, § 4955. 

Misconduct, etc., liability in civil ac- 
tion. § 3742. 
Mobs and riots, duties, §§ 1386, 1389. 
Neglect of duty. 
Failure to enforce executions, § 3741. 



CONSTABLES (Cont'd) 
Neglect of duty (Cont'd) 

Failure to execute magistrate's proc- 
ess, § 1551. 

Liquor laws, § 1895. 

Vagrancy laws, § 1550. 
Oath, §§ 3043, 3736. 

Additional oath, § 3043. 

Clerk of court to administer, § 3604. 
Official bond, personal bond, § 3058. 
Oppression in office, etc., punishment, 

§§ 3742-1, 3742. 
Pickens county, § 3780(2). 
Posse comitatus, calling out, § 1382. 
Probate court, execution of orders or 

process, § 242. 
Process. 

Execution of, § 3738. 

Failure to execute, penalty, § 1551. 

Manner of serving, § 3739. 

Return, § 3738. 
Qualifying, manner of, § 3735. 
Railroad conductors and station agents, 

police power, § 8420. 
Railroads. 

Appointment by Governor, § 7172. 

Bond, § 7174. 

Duties, § 7173. 

Torts, § 7175. 
Removal, § 1553. 

Reports to county supervisor in cer- 
tain counties, § 3790(1). 
Resisting or obstructing, §§ 1382, 1383, 

1892. 
Richland county. § 3782. 
Salary, Const. '95, art. 5, § 24. 

Deductions from, § 3861. 
Sales, notice by advertisement, § 3738. 
Saluda county, § 3783. 
Spartanburg county to furnish re- 
ceipts, § 3807-7. 
State health officer, assisting, § 5011. 
Suit to recover personal property, du- 
ties, §§ 257, 261-263. 
Terms, § 3734. 
Vagrant laws, failure to execute, § 

1550. 
Warrants, execution, etc., § 1382. 
Watchmen of state house, § 1194. 
York county, § 3789. 

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 

See Constitution of South Carolina 
1895; Constitution of the United 
States. 

CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 

Abbeville, city of, bonded debt limita- 
tions, inapplicable, Const. '95, art. 8, 
§ 7. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Abbeville county. 
Apportionment of representatives, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
School district No. 38 limitations as 
to bonded debt, inapplicable, 
Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Tax exemption of certain manufac- 
tories, Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Abutting property. 
Assessment for roads. 
Beaufort county. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 13a. 
Florence county. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 20. 
Assessment for street and sidevi^alk 

improvements, Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 17. 
All cities and towns. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 17. 
Anderson, city of. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 16. 
Beaufort, city of. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 14a. 
Belton, town of. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 16. 
Bennettsville, town of. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 16. 
Charleston, city of. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 14a. 
Clinton, town of, Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 18. 
Columbia, city of. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 14. 
Darlington, city of. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 16. 
Dillon, town of. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 15a. 
Easley, city of. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 18. 
Florence, city of. Const. 95, art. 

10, § 16, 
Fort Mill, town of. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 17. 
■Greenville, city of. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 14. 
Greenwood, city of. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 16. 
Greer, town of. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 19. 
Honea Path, town of. Const. 95, 

art. 10, § 16. 
Landrum, town of. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 16. 
Latta, town of. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 15a. 
Orangeburg, city of. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 16. 
Pendleton, town of. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 16. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Abutting property (Cont'd) 
Assessment for street and sidewalk 
improvements (Cont'd) 
Spartanburg, city of. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 14. 
Sumter, city of, Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 16. 
Timmonsville, town of. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 16. 
Walhalla, town of, Const. '95, art. 
10, § 16. 
Accused. 
Bail, right of. Const. '95, art. 1, § 20. 
Compulsory process for obtaining 

witnesses. Const. '95, art. 1, § 18. 
Crimination, Const. '95, art. 1, § 17. 
Presentment or indictment. Const. 

'95, art. 1, § 17. 
Trial by jury. Const. '95, art. 5, § 22. 
Actions. 
Distinction between law and equity 

abolished. Const. '95, art. 6, § 3. 
Magistrates, Const. '95, art. 5, § 23. 
Adjournment, general assembly. Const. 

'95, art. 3, § 21. 
Adjutant and inspector general. Const. 
'95, art. 13, § 4. 
Compensation, duties, election, and 
term. Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Adoption, special laws authorizing 
adoption of children prohibited. 
Const. '95, art. 3, § 34. 
Age of consent, sexual intercourse by 
unmarried woman, Const. '95, art. 3, 
§ 33. 
Aiken, city of, bonded debt, limita- 
tions inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 
Aiken county. 
Apportionment of representatives. 
Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Ice plants, provisions as to operation 
of inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 8, 
§ 13. 
Manufacturers, tax exemption. 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Aliens, limitation on ownership of 

land. Const. '95, art. 3, § 35. 
Allendale county. 
Bonded debt, limitations inapplica- 
ble. Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Tax exemption of manufactories. 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Allendale, town of, bonded debt, ex- 
cepted from limitations. Const. '95, 
art. 8, § 7. 
Amendments. 
Ballots used in submitting, § 2309-1. 
Convention, Const. '95, art. 16, § 3. 
Procedure, Const. '95, art. 16, §§ 1-3. 
Two or more amendments. Const. 
'95, 16, § 2. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Amendments ratified. 

Amendments, except in a few cases, 
are chronologically arranged in 
the constitution under their re- 
spective sections, the date of the 
particular amendment often will 
assist the searcher in locating it. 
Amendments ratified, art. 2, § 2, cir- 
cuit judges acting as supreme court 

justices, 1931. 
Amendments ratified, art. 2, § 4(a), 

residence for voting, 1931. 
Amendments ratified, art. 2, § 4(e), 

payment of poll taxes, 1931. 
Amendments ratified to art. 2, § 13, 

Columbia, city of, 1931. 
Amendments ratified art. 3, § 34, spe- 
cial laws, 1905. 
Amendments ratified, art. 4, § 2, term 

of governor, 1926. 
Amendments ratified, art. 4, § 24, 

terms state officers, 1926. 
Amendment ratified, art. 5, § 2, mem- 
bers of supreme court, terms, 1911. 
Amendments ratified, art. 5, § 12, su- 
preme court, 1911. 
Amendments ratified, art. 5, § 28, term 

of attorney general, 1926. 
Amendments ratified, art. 7, § 11. , 

Greenville county, certain townships 
in, 1903. 

Greenwood county, certain town- 
ships in, 1903. 

Laurens county, certain townships 
in, 1903. 

Saluda county, certain townships in, 
1903. 
Amendments ratified, art. 8, § 5, mu- 
nicipal ice plants, 1921. 
Amendments ratified, art. 8, § 7. 

Abbeville, city of. 1919. 1920. 

Aiken, town of, 1911. 

Allendale, town of, 1921. 

Anderson, city of, 1918, 1929, 1931. 

Beaufort, city of, 1923. 

Bennettsville, town of, 1907, 1922. 

Bishopville town of, 1921. 

Camden, town of, 1911. 

Charleston, city of, 1901, 1921, 1927. 

Charleston county, St. James San- 
tee township, 1927. 

Cheraw, town of, 1911. 

Chester, city of, 1915, 1921. 

Chesterfield, town of, 1921. 

Clinton, town of, 1911. 

Clio, town of, 1927. 

Columbia, city of, 1901, 1931. 

Conway, town of, 1927. 

Darlington, town of, 1911. 

Dillon, town of, 1927. 

Edgefield, town of, 1911. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Amendments ratified (Cont'd) 

Florence, city of, 1901, 1915, 1919. 

Gaffney, town of, 1909. 

Georgetown, city of, 1901. 

Greenville, city of. 1905. 

Hartsville. town of, 1921. 

Heath Springs, town of, 1929. 

Kershaw, town of. 1929. 

Kingstree, town of, 1921. 

Lancaster, town of, 1927. 

Laurens, city of, 1921. 

McColl, town of, 1927. 

Marion, .town of, 1921. 

Mullins, town of, 1927. 

Municipal corporations for water- 
works, sewerage, etc., 1911, 1918. 

Newberry, town of, 1921. 

Orangeburg, city of, 1919. 

Richland county, 1921. 

Rock Hill, city of, 1901, 1919. 

St. Matthews, town of, 1911. 

Saluda, town of, 1921. 

Spartanburg, city of, 1923. 

Sumter, city of, 1915. 

Union, city of, 1921, 1927. 

Union county, certain townships 
therein, 192i: 

■Walterboro, city of, 1929. 

York county, Yorkville school dis- 
trict, 1915. 
Amendments ratified, art. 8, § 8. 

Abbeville county, 1927. 

Aiken county, 1927. 

Allendale county, 1927. 

Bamberg county, 1930. 

Berkeley county, 1927. 

Calhoun county, 1927. 

Charleston county, 1927. 

Cherokee county, 1927. 

Chester county, 1927. 

Chesterfield county, 1927. 

Clarendon county, 1927. 

Colleton county, 1927. 

Counties, all, 1929. 

Edgefield county, 1927. 

Factories, 1929. 
See particular county hereunder. 

Fairfield county, 1927. 

Florence county, 1927, 1929. 

Georgetown county, 1927. 

Greenville county, 1929. 

Greenwood county, 1927. 

Hampton county, 1927. 

Laurens county, 1927. 

McCormick county, 1927. 

Manufacturing enterprises, 1929. 

Marion county, 1927. 

Orangeburg county. 1927, 1929. 

Richland county. 1927. 

Saluda county, 1927. 

Spartanburg county, 1929. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Amendments ratified (Cont'd) 
Sumter county, 1929. 
Tax exemption of new manufacto- 
ries in any county, 1929. 
Textile enterprises in certain named 

counties, 1927, 1929. 
Union county, 1927. 
Williamsburg county, 1927. 
Yorlc county, 1927. 
Amendments ratified, art. 8, § 13, ice 

plants for municipalities, 1921. 
Amendments ratified, art. 8, § 14, cor- 
porate limits of Greenville, 1929 
Amendments ratified, art. 10, § 5. 
Ailien, town of, 1911. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
Allendale, county, 1921. 
Allendale, town of, 1921. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
Anderson, city of, 1918, 1929, 1931. 
Beaufort, city of, 1923. 
Beaufort, county of, 1923, 1924. 
Bennettsviile, city of, 1907, 1921. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
Bishopville school district No. 1, 

1927. 
Camden, town of, 1911. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
Campobello school district No. 49, 

1929, 
Charleston, city of, 1921, 1927. 
Charleston school district, 1918, 1921. 
Cheraw, town of, 1911. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
Chester, city of, 1915, 1921. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
Chesterfield county, 1931. 
Chesterfield, town of, 1921. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
Christ church Parish township, 

Charleston county, 1923. 
Clarendon county, 1931. 
Clinton, town of, 1911. 
Clio, town of, 1927. 
Clio, town of, school district No. 9, 

1927. 
Columbia, city of, 1931. 
Conway, town of, 1927. 
Darlington, town of, 1911. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
Dillon, town of, 1927. 
Dorchester county, 1931. 
Edgefield, town of, 1911. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
Florence, city of, 1915, 1919. 
Florence city school district, 1923. 
Greenville, city of, 1905. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
Greenville, city of, school district, 
1929. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Amendments ratified (Cont'd) 
Hartsville, town of, 1921. 

See art. 8, § 7, 
Heath Springs, town of, 1929. 
Kershaw, town of, 1929. 
Kingstree, town of, 1921. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
Lancaster, county of. Heath Springs 

school district No. 38, 1927. 
Lancaster school district, 1921. 
Lancaster, town of, 1927. 
Landrum school district, 1929. 
Laurens, city of, 1921. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
Laurens county, 1921. 
Laurens county, school district No. 

5, 1921. 
Laurens, city of, school district of, 

1921. 
Lee, county of, Bishopville school 

district No. 1, 1927. 
Lexington, county of, school district 

No. 29, 1927. 
McColl, town of, 1927. 
McCormick county, 1921. 
Marion, town of, 1921. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
Marlboro graded school district, No. 

10, 1927. 
Mullins, town of, 1927. 
Municipal corporations, waterworks, 
sewerage, etc., 1911, 1918. 
See art. 8, § 7. 
Newberry county, 1931. 
Newberry, town of, 1921. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
Mount Pleasant, town of, 1923. 
Orangeburg, city of, 1919. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
Richland county, 1921. 
Rock Hill, city of, 1919. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
St. James Santee township, Charles- 
ton county, 1927. 
St. Matthews, town of, 1911. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
Saluda, town of, 1921. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
Santee Bridge district, 1921. 
School district No. 10, Cherokee 

county, 1923. 
School district No. 38, Abbeville 

county, 1923. 
Spartanburg, city of, 1923. 
Spartanburg, county of, 1927. 
Sumter, city of, 1915. 

See art. 8, § 7. 
Taxes, assessing and collecting of, 

1921. 
Union, city of, 1921, 1927. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Amendments ratified (Cont'd) 

Union county, certain townships 
therein, 1921. 
See art. 8, § 7. 

Walterboro, city of, 1929. 

York, county of, 1927. 

York, county of. Rock Hill school 
district No. 12, 1927. 

York county, Yorkville school dis- 
trict, 1915. 
See art. 8, § 7. 
Amendments ratified, art. 10, § 6. 

Christ's church Parish township, 
1923. 

Greenwood county, 1911. 

Richland county, 1921. 

St. James Santee township, Char- 
lestown county, 1927. 

Saluda county, 1911. 
Amendments ratified, art. 10, § 7. 

Bishopville, town of, 1921. 
See art. 8, § 7. 
Amendment ratified, art. 10, § 13a 

added, assessment of abutting prop- 
erty for highways, Beaufort county, 

1923. 
Amendments ratified, art. 10, § 14. 

Columbia, city of, 1911. 

Greenville, city of, 1911, 1929. 

Manning, town of, 1911. 

Spartanburg, city of, 1911. 
Amendments ratified, art. 10, § 14a. 

Beaufort, city of, 1919. 

Charleston, city of, 1919. 
Amendments ratified, art. 10, § 15a. 

Dillon, town of, 1915. 

Latta, town of, 1915. 
Amendents ratified, art. 10, § 16. 

Anderson, city of, 1915. 

Belton, town of, 1915. 

Benenttsville, town of, 1915. 

Darlington, city of, 1915. 

Florence, city of, 1915. 

Greenwood, city of, 1915. 

Honea Path, town of, 1915. 

Landrum, town of, 1915. 

Orangeburg, city of, 1915. 

Pendleton, town of, 1920. 

Sumter, city of, 1915. 

Timmonsville, town of, 1915. 

Walhalla, town of, 1915. 
Amendments ratified, art. 10, § 17. 

Fort Mill, town of, 1915. 

Municipalities can levy for perman- 
ent improvements, 1919. 
Amendments ratified, art. 10, § 18. 

Clinton, town of, 1917. 

Easly, town of, 1917. 
Amendments ratified, art. 10, § 19, 

assessment of abutting property, 

Greer, town of, 1924. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Amendments ratified, art. 10, § 20, 

Florence county, 1921. 
Amendments ratified, art. 11, § 5. 
Bamberg county, 1931. 
Clarendon county, 1931. 
Fairfield county, 1929. 
Georgetown county. 1931. 
Greenville county, 1919. 
Lexington county, 1931. 
Pickens county, 1923. 
Spartanburg county, 1918. 
Union county, 1929. 
Amendments ratified, art. 12, § 1. 
Insane and poor, institutions for. 
1915, 1918. 
Amendments ratified, art. 17, § 5, pub- 
lic printing, 1923. 
Anderson, city of. bonded debt, ex- 
cepted from limitations. Const. '95, 
art. 8, § 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Anderson county, apportionment of 
representatives, Const. '95, art. 3, § 
3. 
Animals, capitation tax on those of de- 
structive habits. Const. '95, art. 10, 
§ 1. 
Appeal. 
Denial of right to vote. Const. "95, 

art. 2, § 5. 
Jurisdiction of general sessions. 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 18. 
Jurisdiction of supreme court. Const. 
'95. art. 5, § 4. 
Apportionment, representatives. Const. 

'95, art. 1, § 2; art. 3, §§ 3, 4, 5. 
Appropriations. 
Drafts on treasury pursuant to. 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 9. 
Repelling invasions or suppressing 
insurrections. Const. '95, art. 3, § 
30. 
Requisites of bills appropriating 
money. Const. '95, art. 4, § 23. 
Arbitration. 
Appointment of arbitrators. Const. 

'95, art. 6, § 1. 
Laws relative to. Const. '95. art. 6, 
§ L 
Arms, right to keep and bear. Const. 

'95, art. 1, § 26. 
Army. 
Exemptions from arrest. Const. '95, 

art. 13, § 2. 
Maintenance of armies. Const. '95, 

art. 1, § 26. 
Martial law, Const. '95, art. 1, § 27. 
Quartering of soldiers. Const. '95, 

art. 1, § 26. 
Subordination to civil authority. 
Const. '95, art. 1, § 26. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Arrest. 
Electors, privilege from, Const. '95, 
art. 2, § 14. 
Members of General Assembly, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 14. 
Members of militia, privilege from, 
Const. '95, art. 13, § 2. 
Assault and battery, jurisdiction of 
general sessions, Const. '95, art. 5, § 
18. 
Assembly, right of. Const. '95, art. 1, 

§ 4. 
Attachment, homestead exempt. Const. 

'95, art. 3, § 28. 
Attainder, bills of, prohibited. Const. 

'95, art. 1, § 8. 
Attorney general. 

Election, Const, '95, art. 4, § 24, art. 

5, § 28. 
Salary, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24, art. 5, 

§28. 
Term. Const. '95, art. 4, § 24, art. 5, 
§ 28. 
Attorneys. 
Oath, Const. '95, art. 3, § 26. 
Right of accused to have counsel. 
Const. '95, art. 1, § 18. 
Bail. 
Capital cases. Const. '95, art. 1, § 20. 
Constitution not to affect existing 
recognizances. Const. '95, art. 17, 
§ 11. 
Excessive bail prohibited, Const. '95, 

art. 1, § 19. 
Offenses bailable. Const. '95, art. 1, § 

20. 
Right of bail. Const. '95, art. 1, § 20. 
Ballots used in submitting proposed 

amendments, § 2309-1. 
Bamberg county. 
School districts excepted from limi- 
tations as to area. Const. '95, art. 
11, § 5. 
Tax exemption of manufactories. 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Banks. 

Examination and inspection. Const. 

"95, art. 9, § 9. 
Formation of corporations or associa- 
tions. Const. '95, art. 9, § 9. 
Incorporation, Const. '95, art. 9, § 9. 

Special charters prohibited. Const. 
'95, art. 9, § 9. 

Special laws incorporating prohib- 
ited, Const. '95, art. 3, § 34. 

Stockholders' liability. Const '95 
art. 9, § 18. 

Taxation of stock for municipal pur- 
poses. Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Barnwell county. 

Apportionment of representatives, 

Const. '95, art, 3, § 3. 
Ice plants, provisions authorizing in- 
applicable. Const. '95, art. 8, § 13. 
Bastards, special laws authorizing 
legitimation prohibited, Const. '95, 
art. 3, § 34. 
Beaufort, city of, excepted from limi- 
tations as to bonded indebtedness. 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 7, art. 10. § 5. 
Beaufort county. 
Abutting property, assessment for 
public improvements. Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 13A. 
Apportionment of representatives. 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Bonded debt, excepted from limita- 
tions. Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Highways, assessment of abutting 
property, Const. '95, art. 10, § 13A. 
Benevolent state institutions, appoint- 
ment or election of directors, Const. 
'95, art. 12, § 4. 
Bennetsville, city of, excepted from 
limitations as to bonded debt. Const. 
'95, art. 8, § 7. 
Berkeley county. 
Apportionment of representatives. 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Tax exemption of manufactories. 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Betting by officers. Const. '95, art. 17, 

§ 8. 
Bills of attainder prohibited, Const. 

'95, art. 1, § 8. 
Bishopville, town of. 
Bonded debt, excepted from limita- 
tions. Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 
School District No. 1, bonded in- 
debtedness, limitations inapplic- 
able. Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Blood, conviction not to work corrup- 
tion of. Const. '95, art. 1, § 8. 
Boganville township excepted from 
limitations as to bonded debt. Const. 
'95, art. 8, § 7. 
Bonded debt, limitations inapplicable. 
Abbeville, city of. Const. '95, art. 8, 

Aiken, town of. Const. 95, art. 8, 

§ 7. 
Allendale county. Const, '95, art. 10, 

§ 5. 
Allendale, town of. Const. '95, art. 8. 

§ 7. 
Anderson, city of, Const. '95, art. 8, 

§ 7, art. 10, § 5. 
Beaufort, city of. Const. '95, art. 8, 

§ 7, art. 10, § 5. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Bonded debt, limitations inapplicable 

(Cont'd) 
Beaufort county, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Benncttsville, city of, Const. '95, art. 

8, § 7. 
Berkeley county. Const. "95, art. 10, § 5. 
Bishopville school district No. 1, 

Const. "95, art. 10, § 5. 
Bishopville, town of. Const. '95, art. 

8, § 7. 
Boganville township. Const. '95, art. 

8, § 7. 
Camdon, town of. Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 
Campobello school district No. 49, 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Charleston, city of, Const. '95, art. 8, 

§ 7, art. 10, § 5. 
Charleston county. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 5. 
Charleston, school district, Const. 

'95, art. 10, § 5. 
Cheraw, town of. Const. '95. art. 8, § 7. 
Cherokee county, school district No. 

10, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Chester, city of, Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 
Chesterfield county. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 5. 
Chesterfield, town of. Const. '95, art. 

8, § 7. 
Christ church Parish township, 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Clarendon county. Const. '95,' art. 10, 

§ 5. 
Clinton, town of, Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 
Clio school district No. 9, Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 5. 
Clio, town of. Const. '95, art. 8, § 7, 

art. 10, § 5. 
Columbia, city of. Const. '95, art. 2, 

§ 13; art. 8, § 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Conway, town of. Const. '95, art. 8, 

§ 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Cross Keys township. Const. '95, art. 

8, § 7. 
Darlington, town of, Const. '95, art. 

8, § 7. 
Dillon, town of. Const. "95, art. 8, § 

7; art. 10, § 5. 
Dorchester county. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 5. 
Due West school district No. 38, 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Edgefield, town of. Const. '95, art. 8, 

§ 7. 
Fish Dam township, '95, art. 8, § 7. 
Florence, city of. Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 
Gaffney, town of, Const. '95, art. 8, 

art. 8, § 7. 
Georgetown, city of, Const. '95, art. 

8, § 7. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Bonded debt, limitations inapplicable 
(Cont'd) 
Goshen Hill township. Const. '95 

art. 8, § 7. 
Greenville, city of, Const. '95, art. 8 

§ 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Hartsville, town of. Const. '95, art 

8, § 7. 
Heath Springs school district No. 38 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Heath Springs, town of, Const. "95 

art. 8. S 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Jonesville township. Const. '95, art 

8, § 7. 
Kershaw, town of. Const. '95, art, 8 

§ 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Kingstree, town of, Const. '95, art 
8 , § 7. 
Lancaster school district. Const. '95 

art. 10, § 5. 
Lancaster, town of. Const. '95, art. 8 

§ 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Landrum school district, Const. '95 

art. 10, § 5. 
Laurens, city of. Const. '95, art. 8, § 

7; art. 10, § 5. 
Laurens county. Const. '95, art. 10, 

S 5. 
Lexington county school district No 

29, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
McColl, town of, Const. '95, art. 8 

§ 7; art. 10, § 5. 
McCormick county. Const. '95, art 

10, § 5. 
Marion, town of. Const. '95. art. 8 

§ 7. 
Marlboro graded school district No 

10, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Mount Pleasant, town of, Const. '95 

art. 10, § 5. 
Mullins, town of. Const. '95, art. 8 

§ 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Newberry, city of, Const. '95, art, 8 

§ 7. 
Newberry county. Const. '95, art. 10 

§ 5. 
Orangeburg, city of. Const. '95, art 

8, § 7. 
Pinckney township, Const. '95, art 

8. § 7. 
Richland county. Const, '95, art. 8 

§ 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Rock Hill, city of. Const. '95, art. 8 

§ 7. 
Rock Hill school district No. 12 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
St. James Santee township. Const 

'95, art. 10, § 5. 
St. Matthews, town of. Const. '95, art 

8, § 7. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Bonded debt, limitations inapplicable 
(Cont'd) 
Saluda, town of. Const. '95, art. 8, 

§ 7. 
Santee bridge district, Const. '95, art. 

10, § 5. 
Santuc township, Const. '95, art. 8, 

§ 7. 
School district, Florence, City of, 

Const. '95, art 10, § 5. 
School district Hunter, No. 5, Const. 

'95, art. 10, § 5. 
Spartanburg, city of, Const. '95, art. 

8, § 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Spartanburg county, Const. '95, art. 

10, § 5. 
Sumter, city of. Const. '95, art. 8, § 

7. 
Union, city of. Const. '95, art. 8, § 7; 

art. 10, § 5. 
Union township. Const. '95, art. 8, § 

7. 
Walterboro, city of. Const. '95, art. 

8, § 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Williamsburg county, Const. '95, art. 

10, § 5. 
York county, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Yorkville, school district, Const. '95, 

art. 8, § 7. 
Bonds, registration of state bonds. 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 11. 
Boundaries. 
Counties, Const. '95, art. 7, § 12. 
County line not to run through city 

or town. Const. '95, art. 7, § 14. 
Of Saluda and Edgefield counties, 

Const. '95, art. 7, § 12. 
Boundary Rivers, concurrent jurisdic- 
tion of state, Const. '95, art. 14, § 1. 
Calhoun county. 

Ice plants, provisions authorizing 

operation inapplicable. Const. '95, 

art. 8, § 13. 
Tax exemption of manufactories. 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Camden, city of, excepted from limita- 
tions as to bonded debt, Const. '95, 
art. 8, § 7. 
Campobello school district No. 49, 
bonded indebtedness, limitations in- 
applicable, Const. '95, art. 0, § 5. 
Canal companies. 

Common-law liability. Const. '95, 

art. 9, § 3. 
Taxation, Const. '95, art. 9, § 3. 
Capitation tax on destructive domes- 
tic animals. Const. '95, art. 10, § 1. 
Carriers. 
Common law liability, limiting on 

prohibited. Const. '95, art. 9, § 3. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Bonded debt, limitations inapplicable 
(Cont'd) 
Commutation tickets. Const. '95, art. 

9, § 5. 
Competitive rates, Const. '95, art. 9, 

§ 5. 
Connecting or crossing lines of an- 
other. Const. '95, art. 9, § 6. 
Consolidation of stock, etc., with 
competing lines. Const. '95, art. 9, 
§ 7. 
Discrimination prohibited. Const. 

'95, art. 9, §§ 5, 13. 
Excursion tickets. Const. '95, art. 

9, § 5. 
Extortion, laws to prevent. Const. 
'95, art. 9, § 13. 
Cemeteries, tax exemption. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 4. 
Census. 
Apportionment of representatives, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Time for, Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Certificate of registration. Const. '95, 

art. 2, § 4. 
Certificate of state indebtedness, re- 
strictions on issuance. Const. '95, art. 
10, § 7. 
Certiorari. 
Circuit judges, powers at chambers, 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 25. 
Supreme court justices, power to is- 
sue. Const. '95, art. 5, § 25. 
Supreme court, power to issue, 
Const. '95, art. 5, § 4. 
Chambers. 

Circuit judges. Const. '95, art. 5, § 

25. 
Supreme court justices. Const. '95, 
art. 5, § 25. 
Change of name, special laws prohib- 
ited. Const. '95, art. 3, § 34. 
Charge to jury. Const. '95, art. 5, § 

26. 
Charitable institutions. 
Special laws incorporating prohib- 
ited. Const. '95, art. 3, § 34. 
Tax exemption. Const. '95, art. 10, § 
4. 
Charities. 
Gifts for educational purposes, 

Const. '95, art. 11, § 10. 
Special laws relating to prohibited, 
Const. '95, art. 3, § 34. 
Charleston, city of, excepted from 
liinitations as to bonded debt, Const. 
'95, art. 8, § 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Charleston county. 
Apportionment of representatives. 
Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Charleston county (Cont'd) 

Christ church Parish township, 
bonded debt, limitation inapplic- 
able, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 

Probate court to remain as estab- 
lished. Const. '95, art. 5, § 19. 

St. James Santee township bonded 
debt limitation inapplicable, Const. 
'95, art. 10, § 5. 

Tax exemption of manufactories, 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Cheraw, town of, excepted from limi- 
tations as to bonded debt. Const. '95, 

art. 8, § 7. 
Cherokee county. 

School district No. 10, excepted from 
limitations as to bonded indebted- 
ness. Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 

Tax exemptions, certain manufac- 
tories Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Chester, city of. 

Excepted from limitations as to 
bonded debt. Const. '95, art. 8, 
§ 7. 

Tax on abutting property. Const. 
'95, art. 10, § 15. 
Chester county. 

Apportionment of representatives, 
Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 

Taxes, exemption of manufactories, 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Chesterfield county. 

Apportionment of representatives. 
Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 

Bonded debt, limitations inapplic- 
able Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 

Bonds outstanding validated. Const. 
'95, art. 10, § 5. 

Notes outstanding validated, Const. 
'95, art. 10, § 5. 

Tax exemption of manufactories, 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Churches, exemption from taxes, 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 4. 
Circuit courts. 

Decisions, time for filing. Const. '95, 
art. 5, § 17. 

Interchanging of circuits by judges. 
Const. '95, art. 5, § 14. 

Petit juries, Const. '95, art. 5, § 22. 
Circuit judges. 

Age, Const. '95, art. 5, § 10. 

Appointment as acting Supreme 
court justices, Const. '95, art. 2, 
§ 2. 

Disqualification, procedure. Const. 
'95, art. 5, § 6. 

Election, Const. '95, art. 5, § 13. 

Eligibility, Const. '95, art. 5, § 10. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Circuit judges (Cont'd) 

Holding office as, acting supreme 
court justices. Const. '95, art. 2, 
S 2. 

Holding of other office prohibited. 
Const. '95, are. 5, § 9. 

Interchanging of circuits. Const. '95, 
art. 5, § 14. 

Powers at chambers. Const. '95, art. 
5, § 25. 

Qualifications, Const. '95, art. 5, § 
10. 

Salaries, Const. '95, art. 5, § 9. 

Sitting in supreme court on consti- 
tutional questions. Const. '95, art. 
5, § 12. 

Temporary appointments. Const. '95, 
art. 5, § 6. 

Terms, Const. '95, art. 5, § 13. 
Circuits, state divided into, Const. '95, 

art. 5, § 13. 
Clatlin University, separation from 

Claflin College, Const. '95, art. 11, 

§ 8. 
Claims against state, establishment 

and adjustment, Const. '95, art. 17, 

§ 2. 
Clarendon county. 

Apportionment of representatives. 
Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 

Bonded debt, excepted from limita- 
tions. Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 

School districts, limitations as to 
area inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 
11, § 5. 

Taxes and taxation. 
School district No. 20, Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 5. 

Tax exemptions, certain manufac- 
tories. Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 

Clemson Agricultural College, main- 
tenance authorized. Const. '95, art. 
11, § 8. 
Clerks of courts. 

Election, Const. '95, art. 5, § 27. 
Removal, Const. '95, are. 5, § 27. 
Term, Const. '95, art, 5, § 27. 
■Writs to be attested by, Const. '95, 
art. 5, § 31. 
Clinton, town of. 
Abutting property, assessment for 
street improvement, Const. '95, art. 
10, § 19. 
Bonded debt, limitations inapplic- 
able, Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 
Clio, town of. 
Bonded indebtedness limitations in- 
applicable. Const. '95, art. 8, § 7, 
art. 10, § 5. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Clio, town of (Cont'd) 

School district No. 9, bonds in- 
debtedness limitation inapplicable, 
Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Code Commissioner, appointment, du- 
ties, etc.. Const. '95, art. 6, § 5. 
Codification and revision of laws. 

Const. '95, art. 6, § 5. 
Colleton county. 
Apportionment of representatives. 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Tax exemption of manufactories, 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Colored, Normal, Industrial, and Me- 
chanical College, establshment au- 
thorized. Const. '95, art. 11, § 8. 
Colored persons. 
Marriage with white persons prohib- 
ited. Const. '95, art. 3, § 33. 
Separate schools for, Const. '95, ai't. 
11, § 7. 
Columbia, city of. 
Bonded debt. 
Limitations inapplicable. Const. 

'95, art. 8, § 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Provisions as to special elections 
inappilicable, Const. '95, art. 2, 
§ 13. 
Common pleas. 
Appellate jurisdiction. Const. '95, art. 

5, § 15. 
Clerk, election and term. Const. '95, 

art. 5, § 27. 
Establishment, Const. '95, art. 5, § 1. 
Habeas corpus, power to issue. 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 15. 
Injunction, power to issue, Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 15. 
Judges, salary, Const. '95, art. 5, § 

9. 
Jurisdiction, Const. '95, art. 5, § 15. 
Mandamus, power to issue. Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 15. 
Original jurisdiction. Const. '95, art. 

5, § 15. 
Term.s, Const. '95, art. 5, § 16. 
Comptroller General. 
Duties, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Election, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Salary, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Term, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Congressional districts, Const. '95, art. 

7, § 13. 
Constables. 
Appointment by magistrates. Const. 

'94, art. 5, § 20. 
Salary, Const. '95, art. 5, § 24. 
Constitutional convention. Const. '95, 

art. 16, § 3. 
Constitution of 1868 repealed. Const. 
'95, art. 17, § 11. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Construction of Const. '95, art. 1, § 29. 
Contempt, imprisonment in peniten- 
tiary as punishment prohibited. 
Const. '95, art. 1, § 19. 
Contracts, impairing obligation of. 

Const. '95, art. 1, § 8. 
Convention to change. Const. '95, art. 

16, § 3. 
Convicts. 
Disqualified from voting. Const. '95, 

art. 2, § 6. 
Hired or farmed out, maintenance, 

etc.. Const. '95, art. 12, § 9. 
Public works or highways, employ- 
ment on. Const. '95, art. 12, § 6. 
Sentence to public works or high- 
ways, art. 5, § 33. 
State officers to supervise and con- 
trol. Const. '95, art. 12, § 9. 
Conway, city of, excepted from limi- 
tations as to bonded indebtedness. 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Coroners. 
Election, Const. '95, art. 5, § 30. 
Residence, Const. '95, art. 5, § 30. 
Term of office. Const. '95, art. 5, § 
30. 
Corporations. 
Agent in state. Const. '95, art. 9, § 4. 
Bonds, issuance for money or labor, 

Const. '95, art. 9, § 10. 
Business of, limitations. Const. '95, 

art. 9, § 12. 
Capital stock, issuance for money or 

labor. Const. '95, art. 9, § 10. 
Charter. 

Alteration on condition, Const. '95, 

art. 9, § 17. 
Existing charters. Const. '95, art. 

9, § 16. 
General laws for changing or 
amending. Const. '95, art. 9, § 2. 
Repeal of authorized. Const. '95, 

art. 9, § 2. 
Special laws granting, changing, 
etc. prohibited. Const. '95, art. 9, 
§ 2. 
Definition, Const. '95, art. 9, § 1. 
Directors, trustees or managers elec- 
tion of, Const. '95, art. 9, § 11. 
Employees, rights and remedies. 

Const. '95, art. 9, § 15. 
Examination and inspection of fiscal 
corporations. Const. '95, art. 9, § 9. 
Foreign corporations, building or 
operating railroad by, prohibited, 
Const. '95, art. 9 § 8. 
Forfeiture of franchise, remission on 
condition, Const. '95, art. 9, § I'i. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Corporations (Cont'd) 

Holding corporations, prohibited, 

Const. '95, art. 9, § 19. 
Incorporation, Const. '95, art. 9, § 

2. 
Laws for benefit of, conditions, 

Const. '95, art. 9, § 17. 
Public lands donation to private 
corporations prohibited. Const. '95, 
art. 3, § 31. 
Public service commission. Const. 

'95, art. 9, § 14. 
Railroads, general or special laws for 

benefit of. Const. '95, art. 9, § 8. 
Right-of-way, full compensation, 

Const. '95, art. 9, § 20. 
Special charter, Const. '95, art. 9 § 

2. 
Special laws prohibited, Const. '95, 

art. 3, § 34. 
State not to be joint-owner or stock- 
holder, Const. '95, art. 10, § 6. 
Stockholder's liability, Const. '95, 

art. 9, § 18. 
Summons and process. Const. '95, 

art. 9. § 4. 
Taxation of shares Const. '95, art. 

10, § 5. 
Trusts and monopolies, etc., Const. 
'95, art. 9, § 13. 
Corruption of blood, conviction not to 

work. Const. '95, art. 1, § 8. 
Counties. 
Body corporate, Const. '95, art. 7, § 

9. 
Bonded debt. 
Increase, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Limitations, Const. '95 art. 10, §§ 
5, 6. 
Allendale county excepted, 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Beaufort county excepted, Const. 

'95, art. 10, § 5. 
Chesterfield county excepted. 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Clarendon county excepted, 

Const. '95, art. 10 § 5. 
Dorchester county excepted, 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Laurens county excepted, Const. 

'95, art. 10, § 5. 
McCormick county excepted. 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Newberry county excepted, 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Richland county excepted 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 7; art. 10, §§ 
5, 6. 
Spartanburg county excepted. 
Const. '95, art, 10, § 5. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Counties (Cont'd) 
Bonded debt (Cont'd) 
Limitations (Cont'd) 
Sumter county excepted. Const. 

'95, art. 10, § 5. 

York county excepted, Const. 

'95, art. 10, § 5. 

Refunding, Const. '95, art. 10, S 5. 

Boundaries, Const. '95, art. 7, § 12. 

Congressional districts, Const. '95, 

art. 7, § 13. 
Consolidation, election. Const. '95, 

art. 7, § 10. 
County lines, alteration, procedure, 

Const. '95, art. 7, § 7. 
County seat. Const. '95, art. 7, § 1. 

Removal, Const. '95, art. 7, § 8. 
Election districts, Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 3; art. 7, § 9. 
Funds, safe-keeping, transfer, etc.. 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 12. 
Judicial districts, Const. '95, art. 7, 

§ 13. 
Lines not to pass through city or 

town. Const. '95, art. 7, § 14. 
Lynching, liable for, Const. '95, art. 

6, § 6. 
Manufactories, tax exemption. Const. 

'95, art. 8, § 8. 
New counties, Const. '95, art. 7, § 1. 
Alteration of county lines, Const. 

'95, art. 7, § 7. 
Area, Const. '95, art. 7, §§ 3, 4. 
Cutting off section old county, 

Const. '95, art. 7, § 2. 
Eight mile limit. Const. "95, art. 7, 

§ 5. 
Election, Const. '95, art. 7, §§ 1, 2. 
Indebtedness of old county, appor 

tionment. Const. '95, art. 7, § 6. 
Inhabitants, Const. '95, art. 7, § 3. 
Manner of establishing, Const. '95, 

art. 7, § 1. 
Name and county seat. Const. "95, 

art. 7, § 1. 
Taxable property, Const. '95, art. 7, 
§ 3. 
Poor laws. Const. '95, art. 12, § 3. 
School districts, division into, Const. 

'95, art. 11, § 5. 
Taxes and taxation. 

Assessment, same as for state 

taxes, Const. '95, art. 10, § 13. 
Assessment upon abutting prop- 
erty for roads. Const. '95, art. 10, 
§ 13-A. 
Authorized, Const. '95, art. 10, § 

5. 
Exemption of manufactories. 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Counties (Cont'd) 
Taxes and taxation (Cont'd) 
Exemption, pubhc property, Const. 

'95, art. 10, § 4. 
Limitations, Const. '95, art. 10, § 6. 
Townships, Const. '95, art. 7, § 11. 
County officers, special laws fixing 
compensation of prohiibited, Const. 
'95, art. 3, § 34. 
County seat. 
New counties, Const. '95, art. 7, § 1. 
Removal, Const. '95, art. 7, § 8. 
County treasurers' compensation for 
collecting and disbursing school 
moneys. Const. '95, art. 11, § 4. 
Courts. 
Decisions, when filed. Const. '95, art. 

5, § 17. 
Establishment authorized. Const. '95, 

art. 5, § 1. 
Examining courts, magistrates as, 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 21. 
Judicial districts. Const. '95, art. 5, 

§ 13; art. 7, § 13. 
Municipal and inferior courts, estab- 
lishment, Const. '95, art. 5, § 1. 
Pending matter, disposition of, 

Const. '95, art. 5 § 34. 
Publicity of. Const. '95, art. 1, § 15. 
Removal of causes, Const. '95, art. 

17, § 6. 
Speedy remedy for wrongs. Const. 

'95, art. 1, § 15. 
Vacancies, Const. '95, art. 5, § 11. 
Crimes. 

Election laws, crimes against, Const. 

'95, art. 2, § 5. 
Persons convicted disqualified from 

voting. Const. '95, art. 2, § 6. 
Twice in jeopardy for same offense, 
prohibited. Const. '95, art. 1, § 17. 
Cruel and unusual punishment prohib- 
ited. Const. '95, art. 1, § 19. 
Darlington county, apportionment of 
representatives, Const. '95, art. 3, § 
3. 
Darlington, town of, excepted from 
limitations as to bonded debt. Const. 
'95, art. 8, § 7. 
Death, railroad employees, Const. '95, 

art. 9, § 15. 
Debts. 
Bonded debts, municipalities, limi- 
tations. Const. '95, art. 8, § 7; art. 
10, § 5. 
Imprisonment for prohibited. Const. 

'95, art. 1, § 24. 
Public, increase, restrictions. Const. 

'95, art. 10, § 11. 
State bonds, Const. '95, art. 10, § 11. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Debts (Cont'd) 

State indebtedness, evidence of. 
Const. '95, art. 10, § 7. 
Decisions. 

Circuit courts, time for filing. Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 17. 
Supreme court, publication. Const. 

'95, at. 5, § 32. 
Time for filing. Const. '95, art. 5, § 
17. 
Declaration of rights. Const. '95, art. 1, 

§§ 1-29. 
Departments, separate departments. 

Const. '95, art. 1, § 14. 
Detectives, bringing armed representa- 
tives of detective agency into state 
prohibited, Const. '95, art. 8, § 9. 
Dillon, town of, excepted from limita- 
tions as to bonded indebtedness, 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Divorce, not allowed in South Caro- 
lina, Const. '95, art. 17, § 3. 
Dorchester county. 
Bonds and notes outstanding vali- 
dated, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Bonds for paying outstanding obli- 
gations excepted from limitations, 
Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Drains and drainage. 
EiTiinent domain, art. 1 of amend- 
ments to Const. 
Dueling, disfranchisement. Const. '95, 

art. 1, § 11. 
Due process of law, denial of, prohib- 
ited. Const. '95, art. 1, § 5. 
Easley, city of, assessment of abutting 
property for street improvements, 
Const. "95, art. 10, § 19. 
Edgefield county. 

Apportionment of I'epresentatives, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Saluda county formed from. Const. 

'95, art. 7, § 12. 
Tax exemption of manufactories, 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Edgefield, town of, excepted from lim- 
itations as to bonded debt. Const. 
'95, art. 8, § 7. 
Educational institutions, special laws 
incorporating prohibited. Const. '95, 
art. 3, § 34. 
Effective date. Const. '95, art. 17, § 11. 
Elections. 
Adjutant and inspector general, 

Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Attorney general, Const. '95, art. 4, 

§ 24. 
Ballots. 
Secret counting prohibited. Const. 
'95, art. 2, § 1. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Elections (Cont'd) 
Ballots (Cont'd) 
Vote to be by ballot, Const. '95, 
art. 2, § 1. 
Board of registration. Const. '95, art. 

2. § 8. 
Bonds of municipalities. Const. '95, 

art. 2, § 13. 
Clerks of courts, Const. '95, art. 5, 

§ 27. 
Comptroller general, Const. '95, art. 

4, § 24, 
Convicts disqualified, Const. '95, art. 

2, § 6. 
Coroners, Const. '95, art. 5, § 30. 
Counties as election districts. Const. 

'95. art. 3, § 3; art. 7, § 9. 
Crimes against election laws. Const. 

'95, art. 2, § 5. 
Denial of right to vote, appeal. 

Const. '95, art. 2, § 5. 
Disfranchisement for dueling. Const. 

'95, art. 1, S H. 
Disqualification. 
Persons disqualified from voting, 

Const. '95, art. 2, § 6. 
Removal by pardon of Governor, 
Const. '95, art. 2, § 6. 
Electors. 

Enrollment, Const. '95, art. 2, § 4. 
Municipal elections, qualifications, 

Const. '95, art. 2, § 12. 
Privilege from arrest, Const. '95, 

art. 2, § 14. 
Qualifications. Const. '95, art. 2, § 
3; art. 17, § 11. 
Payment of poll tax. Const. '95, 

art. 2, § 4. 
Registration, Const., '95, art. 2, 

§ 4. 
Residence, Const, '95, art. 2, § 4. 
Freedom of. Const. '95, art. 1, § 10. 
General assembly, failure to elect or 
refusal to qualify. Const. 95, art. 3, 
S 25. 
Governor, Const. '95, art. 4, § 2. 
Contested elections. Const. '95, art. 

4, § 4. 
Duly qualified electors. Const. 95, 

art. 4, § 2. 
Returns, Const. '95, art. 4, § 4. 
Time of election, Const. '95, art. 1, 
§ 2. 
Insane persons. Const. '95, art. 2, j 6. 
Inspection of books. Const. '95, art. 

2, § 8. 
Justice of Supreine Court, Conit. '95. 

art. 5, § 2. 
Lieutenant Governor, Const. '95, art. 

4, § 5. 
Marines, Const. '95, art. 2, § 7. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Elections (Cont'd) 
Officers of corporations. Const. 95, 

art. 9, § 11. 
Paupers disqualified, Const. '95, art. 

2, § 6. 
Persons disqualified from voting. 

Const. '95, art. 2, § 6. 
Persons entitled to vote, Const. '95. 

art. 2, § 3. 
Polling precincts, establishment. 

Const. '95, art. 2, § 9. 
Primary, laws for regulation of. 

Const. '95. art. 2, § 10. 
Property qualifications unneces.sary. 

Const. '95, art. 1, § 11. 
Qualification for office. Const. '95, 

art. 2, § 2. 

For registration. Const. '95, art. 2, 
§ 4. 

For suffrage. Const. '95, art. 2, § 
4. 

Of electors. Const. '95, art. 2, § 3. 
Registration. 

Books as public record. Const. '95, 
art. 2, § 8. 

Books, opening and closing. Const. 
'95, art. 2, §§ 8, 11. 

Certificates, Const. '95, art. 2, § 4. 

Denial, appeal. Const. '95, art. 2, Ij 
5. 

Municipal elections. Const. '95, ar+. 
2, § 12. 

Qualifications, Const. '95. art. 2, 
§4. 
Representatives, Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 8. 
Residence, Const. '95, art. 2, §§ 4, 7. 
Residence required to vote. Const. 

'95, art. 2, § 4. 
Right to vote. Const. '95, art. 1, § 10. 
Seamen, Const. '95, art. 2, § 7. 
Secretary of state, Const. '95, art. 4, 

§ 24. 
Secret elections prohibited. Const. 

'95, art. 2, § 1. 
Senators, Const. '95, art. 3, § 8. 
Sheriffs, Const. '95, art. 5. § 30. 
Soldiers, Const. '95, art. 2, § 7. 
Solicitors, Const. '95, art. 5, § 29. 
Suffrage. 

Free exercise of. Const. '95, art. 2, 
§ 15. 

Qualifications, Const. '95, art. 2, § 
4. 

Right of, protected. Const. '95, art. 

1, § 9- 

Superintendent of education. Const. 
'95, art. 4, § 24. 

Taxes, proof of payment of as pre- 
requisite. Const. '95, art. 2, § 4. 

Treasurer, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Elections (Cont'd) 
Vote to be by ballot, Const. '95, art. 

2, § 1. 
Voters, Const. '95, art. 2, § 3. 
Voting, at own precinct, Const. '95, 

art. 2, § 9. 
Voting precincts, establishment. 
Const. '95, art. 2, § 9. 
Electric light companies, consent of 
local authorities. Const. '95, art. 8, § 
4. 
Embezzlement. 
Officers, suspension by governor, 

Const. '95, art. 4, § 22. 
Public funds, punishment. Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 12. 
Eminent domain. 

Concurrent jurisdiction of state over 
boundary rivers. Const. '95, art. 14, 
§ 1. 
Drainage of swamps and low lands, 

art. 1 of amendments to Const. 
Just compensation. Const. '95, art. 1, 
§ 17. 
Enforcement of art. 9 by appropriate 

legislation. Const. '95, art. 9, § 21. 
Equal protection of the law, denial of, 

prohibited. Const. '95, art. 1, § 5. 
Equity, distinction between law and 
equity abolished, Const. '95, art. 6, 
§ 3. 
Escheat. 
Accrual to use of state. Const. '95, 

art. 17, § 11. 
Apportionment of escheated prop- 
erty for school purposes. Const. 
'95, art. 11, § 11. 
Title to land failing from defect of 
heirs, Const. '95, art. 14, § 3. 
Evidence, treason, Const. '95, art. 1, § 

22. 
Executions, exceptions. Const. '95, art. 

3, § 28. 
Executive department, separate depart- 
ments, Const. '95, art. 1, § 14. 
Ex post facto laws prohibited. Const. 

'95, art. 1, § 8. 
Express companies. 
Common law liability. Const. '95, art. 

9, § 3. 
Limiting liability. Const. '95, art. 9, § 
3. 
Factories, tax exemption, Const. '95, 

art. 8, § 8. 
Fairfield County. 
Apportionment of representatives, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
School districts, limitation as to area, 

Const. '95, art. 11, § 5. 
Taxes, exemption of manufactories. 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Fellow servants, injuries from negli- 
gence of. Const. '95, art. 9, §, 15. 
Females. 
Age of consent, Const. '95, art. 3, § 

33. 
Sexual intercourse, unmarried wo- 
men under 14 cannot consent to. 
Const. '95, art. 3, § 33. 
State librarian. Const. '95, art. 17, § 1. 
Fines. 
Accrual to use of state. Const. '95 

art. 17, § 11. 
Excessive fines prohibited. Const. '95, 

art. 1, § 19. 
Governor may remit. Const. '95, art. 
4, § 11. 
Fiscal year, commencement of, Const. 

'95, art. 10, § 10. 
Fish Dam township, excepted from 
limitations as to bonded debt. Const. 
'95, art. 8, § 7. 
Florence, city of. 
Abutting property, assessment for 
street improvement. Const. '95, art. 
10, § 16. 
Bonded debt limitations inapplicable, 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 
School district excepted from limita- 
tions as to bonded debt. Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 5. 

Florence County. 
Abutting property, assessment for 

roads and highways. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 20. 
Apportionment of representatives. 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Furniture factories, tax exemption, 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Paper mills, tax exemption. Const. 

'95, art. 8, § 8. 
Tax exemption of certain manufac- 
tories, Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Tobacco factories, tax exemption, 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Forfeitures. 
Accrual to use of state, Const. '95, 

art. 17, § 11. 
Conviction not to work forfeiture, 

Const. '95, art. 1, § 8. 
Governor may remit. Const. '95, art. 

4, § 11. 
Residence, temporary absence, Const. 

'95, art. 1, § 12. 
Former jeopardy. Const. '95, art. 1, 

§ 17. 
Fort Mill, town of, abutting property, 
assessment of. Const. '95, art. 10, § 18. 
Fraud. 
Imprisonment for debt. Const. '95, 

art. 1, § 24. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Fraud (Cont'd) 

Primary elections, Const. '95, art. 2, 
§ 10. 
Freedom of speech or press, abridge- 
ment by general assembly prohibit- 
ed, Const. '95, art. 1, § 4. 
Funds, state, county, and school funds. 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 12. 
Gaffney, town of. 
Excepted from limitations as to 
bonded debt, Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 
Tax on abutting property. Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 15. 
Game, special laws for protection of 

prohibited. Const. '95, art. 3, § 34. 
Gaming, officers disqualified. Const. 

'95, art. 17, § 8. 
Gas companies, consent of local author- 
ities. Const. '95, art. 8, § 4. 
General assembly. 
Adjournment, Const. '95, art. 3, §§ 
11, 21. 
By Governor, Const. '95, art. 4, § 
16. 
Apportionment of representatives, 
Const. '95, art. 1, § 2; art. 3, §§ 3, 4. 
Arrest and punishment. Const. '95, 

art. 3, § 13. 
Bills to be signed by governor. Const. 

'95, art. 4, § 23. 
Composition, Const. '95, art. 3, § 1. 
Failure to elect or refusal to quali- 
fy, Const. '95, art. 3, § 25. 
Frequent assemblies, Const. '95, art. 

1, § 3. 
Governor to give information, Const. 

'95, art. 4, § 15. 
Holding two offices. Const. '95, art. 

3, § 24. 
House of representatives. 

See House of Representatives. 
Journals, publication, etc., Const. '95, 

art. 3, § 22. 
Legislative power vested in. Const. 

'95, art. 3, § 1. 
Members, oath of office. Const. '95, 

art. 3, § 26. 
Open doors, Const. '95, art. 3, § 23. 
Quorum, Const. '95, art. 3, § 11. 
Redress of grievances. Const. '95, art. 

1, § 3. 
Removal of officers. Const. "95, art. 

15, § 4. 
Revenue bills. Const. '95, art. 3, § 15. 
Amendment by senate, Const. '95, 
art. 3, § 15. 
Senate. 

See Senate. 
Sessions. 
Extra sessions, Const. '95, art. 4, 
§ 16. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
General assembly (Cont'd) 
Sessions (Cont'd) 
Time and place of, Const. '95, art. 

3, § 9. 

Style of laws. Const. '95, art. 3, § 16. 
Suspension or execution of laws, 

Const. '95, art. 1, § 13. 
Vacancies, Const. '95, art. 3, § 25. 
Votes viva voce, Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 20. 
General sessions. 
Establishment, Const. '95, art. 5, § 1. 
Judges, salary. Const. '95, art. 5, § 9. 
Jurisdiction, Const. '95, art. 5, § 18. 
Terms, Const. '95, art. 5, § 18. 
Georgetown, city of. 
Bonded indebtedness. Const. "95, art. 

8, § 7. 
Excepted from limitations as to 

bonded debt, Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 
Tax on abutting property. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 15. 
Georgetown County. 
Apportionment of representatives. 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Furniture factories, tax exemption, 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Manufactories, tax exemption. Const. 

'95, art. 8, § 8. 
Paper mills, tax exemption. Const. 

'95, art. 8, § 8. 
School districts, limitations as to area 

inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 11, § 5. 
Tax exemptions, certain manufacto- 
ries. Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Tobacco factories, tax exemption. 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Gifts. 
Educational purposes, application and 

use. Const. '95, art. 11, § 10. 
To state, apportionment for school 

purposes. Const. '95, art. 11, § 11. 
Goshen Hill township excepted from 
limitation as to bonded debt. Const. 
'95, art. 8, § 7. 
Governor. 
Adjournment of general assembly. 

Const. '95, art. 4, § 16. 
Age. Const. '95, art. 4, § 3. 
Commander-in-chief of militia, Const. 

'95, art. 4, § 10. 
Commissions, Const. '95, art. 4, §§ 17, 

19. 
Election, Const. '95, art. 4, § 2. 

Contested election. Const. '95, art. 

4, § 4. 

Returns, Const. '95, art. 4, § 4. 
Eligibility, Const. '95, art. 4, § 3. 
Execution of laws, Const. '95, art. 4, 

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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Governor (Cont'd) 
Extra sessions, general assembly, 

Const. '95, art. 4, § 16. 
Failure to return bill, Const. '95, art. 

4, § 23. 
Grants, etc., requisites. Const. '95, 

art. 4, § 19. 
Holding other offices prohibited. 

Const. '95, art. 4, § 3. 
Impeachment. Const. '95, art. 4, § 9, 

art. 15, § 2. 
Information and recommendations to 

general assembly, Const. '95, art. 4, 

§ 15. 
Installation, Const. '95, art. 4, § 2. 
Militia, calling out. Const. '95, art. 13, 

§ 3. 
Oath of office, Const. '95, art. 4, § 20. 
Officers, removal by, Const. '95, art. 

12, § 8. 
Pardons, Const. '95, art. 4, § 11. 
Qualifications, Const. '95, art. 4, § 3. 
Remission of fines and forfeitures. 

Const. '95, art. 4, § 11. 
Removal of certain officers. Const. 

'95, art. 15, § 4. 
Removal or resignation, Const. '95, 

art. 4, § 9. 
Reports to by officers of executive 

department. Const. '95, art. 4, § 14. 
Representative, vacation of seat on 

acting as Governor, Const. '95, art. 

4, § 8. 
Residence, Const. '95, art. 4, § 21. 
Salary, Const. '95, art. 4, § 13. 
Senator, vacation of seat on acting 

as Governor, Const. '95, art. 4, § 8. 
Signing of bills. Const. '95, art. 4, § 

23. 
Supreme executive. Const. '95, art. 4, 

§ 1. 

Term of office. Const. '95, art. 4, § 2. 

Vacancies in offices of state institu- 
tions. Const. '95, art. 12, § 8. 

Veto, Const. '95, art. 4, § 23. 
Grand jury, Const. '95, art. 1, § 17; art. 

3, § 34; art. 5, § 22. 
Greenville, city of. 

Abutting property, assessments for 
street improvements, Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 14. 

Bonded debt limitations, inapplicable, 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 

Corporate limits, extension of, Const. 
'95, art. 8, § 14. 

School district excepted from limita- 
tions as to bonded indebtedness. 
Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Greenville County. 

Apportionment of representatives, 
Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Greenville county (Cont'd) 
Dunklin township abolished. Const. 

'95, art. 7, § 11. 
Oaklawn township abolished, Const. 

'95, art. 7, § 11. 
School districts, area, excepted from 
limitations. Const. '95, art. 11, § 5. 
Tax exemption of certain manufac- 
tories. Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Greenwood, city of. 
Bonded indebtedness. Const. '95, art. 
8, § 7. 
Greenwood County. 
Cokesbury township abolished. Const. 

'95, art. 7, § 11. 
Cooper township abolished, Const. '95, 

art. 7, § 11. 
Ninety-Six township abolished, 

Const. '95, art. 7, § 11. 
Tax exemption of manufactories, 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Townships' bonds, excepted from 
limitations. Const. '95, art. 10, § 6. 
Greer, town of, abutting property, as- 
sessment for street improvement, 
Const. '95, art. 10, § 21. 
Habeas corpus. 
Circuit judges, powers at chambers. 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 25, 
Common pleas, power to issue, Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 15. 
Supreme court justices, powers at 
chambers. Const. '95, art. 5, § 25. 
Supreme court, power to issue. Const. 

'95. art. 5, § 4. 
Suspension, Const. "95, art. 1, § 23. 
Hampton County. 

Apportionment of representatives, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Tax exemption of manufactories, 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Hartsville, town of, excepted from limi- 
tations as to bonded debt. Const. '95, 
art. 8, § 7. 
Health, boards of, establishment. Const. 

'95, art. 8, § 10. 
Heath Springs, town of, excepted from 
limitation as to bonded indebtedness. 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Highways, art. 2 of amendments to 
Const. 
Assessment of abutting property. 
Beaufort County, Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 13A. 
Florence County, Const. '95, art. 10, 
§ 20. 
Convicts, employment on, Const. '95, 

art. 12, § 6. 
Navigable waters to be public high- 
ways, Const. '95, art. 1, § 28; art. 
14, § 1. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Highways (Cont'd) 
Rivers and other navigable waters, 

Const. '95, art. 14, § 1. 
Road duty, art. 2 of amendments to 

Const. 
Sentence to labor on highways. 
Const. '95, art. 5, § 33. 
Special laws, art. 2 of amendments 

to Const. 
Water courses deemed highways. 
Const. '95, art. 14, § 1. 
Homestead exemptions. Const. '95, art. 

3, § 28. 
Horry County, apportionment of rep- 
resentatives. Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
House of Representatives. 
Composition, Const. '95, art. 3, § 2. 
General assembly. 

See General Assembly. 
Officers, Const. '95, art. 3, § 12. 
Quorum, Const. '95, art. 3, § 11. 
Representatives. 
Age, Const. '95, art. 3, § 7. 
Apportionment, Const. '95, art. 1, § 

2; art. 3, §§ 3, 4, 5. 
Assignment, Const. '95, art. 3, § 4. 
Election, Const. '95, art. 3, § 8. 
Eligibility, Const. '95, art. 3, § 7. 
Expulsion and punishment. Const. 

'95, art. 3, § 12. 
Limitations on, Const. "95, art. 3, 

§ 9. 
Mileage, Const. '95, art. 3, § 19. 
Number, Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Oath, Const. '95, art. 3, § 26. 
Privileges, Const. '95, art. 3, § 14. 
Qualifications, Const. '95, art. 3, § 7. 
Salary. Const. '95, art. 3, § 19. 
Term, Const. '95, art. 3, § 10. 
Vacation of seat on acting as gov- 
ernor or lieutenant governor, 
Const. '95, art. 4, § 8. 
Revenue bills to originate in. Const. 

'95, art. 3, § 15. 
Rules of procedure. Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 12. 
Sole power of impeachment, Const. 
'95, art. 15, § 1. 
Husband and wife. 
Homestead exemption. Const. '95, art. 

3, § 28. 
Separate property of wife. Const. '95, 
art. 17, § 9. 
Ice plants, operation by municipal cor- 
porations. Const. '95, art. 8, §S 5, 13. 
Impairing obligation of contracts, pro- 
hibited. Const. '95, art. 1, § 8. 
Impeachment. 
Conviction, Const. '95, art. 15, § 2. 
Governor, Const. '95, art. 4, § 9; art. 
15, § 2. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Impeachment (Cont'd) 
House of representatives, sole power 

of. Const. '95, art. 15, § 1. 
Judgment, extent and effect. Const. 

'95, art. 15, § 3. 
Officers. 

Subject to, Const. '95, art. 15, § 3. 

Suspension from office, Const. '95, 
art. 15, § 1. 
Punishment, Const. '95, art. 15, .§ 3. 
Removal of officers. Const. '95, art. 

15, § 4. 
Senate to try. Const. '95, art. 15, § 2. 
Two-thirds vote of senate required. 

Const. '95, art. 15, § 2. 
Income tax authorized. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 1. 
Indictments. 
Against peace and dignity of state. 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 31. 
Conclusion, Const. '95, art. 5, § 31. 
Necessity, Const. '95, art. 1, § 17. 
Presentment or indictment of grand 

jurv, necessity. Const. '95, art. 1, 

§ 17. 
Prosecutions of notwithstanding con- 
stitution. Const. '95, art. 17, S 11. 
Rights of accused. Const. '95, art. 1, 

§ 17. 
Infants. 
Reformatory for juvenile offenders. 

Const. '95, art. 12, § 7. 
Special laws authorizing adoption or 

legitimation prohibited. Const. '95, 

art. 3, § 34. 
Injunctions. 
Common pleas, power to issue. 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 15. 
Supreme court, power to issue. Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 4. 
Insane persons. 
Disqualified from voting or holding 

office. Const. '95, art. 2. § 6. 
Institutions for, to be fostered and 

supported. Const. '95, art. 12, § 1. 
Instructions to juries, Const. '95, art. 

5, S 26. 
Insurrection. 
Appropriations for expenditures in 

suppressing. Const. '95, art. 3, § 30. 
Calling out of militia by governor to 

suppress. Const. '95, are. 13, § 3. 
Into.xicating liquors. 
Income from sale or licenses, appor- 
tionment for school purposes. Const. 

'95, art. 11, § 12. 
iVIanufacture, prohibition of author- 
ized, Const. '95, art. 8, § 11. 
Purchase and sale in name of state. 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 11. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Intoxicating liquors (Cont'd) 

Sales between sundown and sunrise 
prohibited, Const. '95, art. 8, § 11. 
Invasions. 
Appropriations for expenditures in 

repelling, Const. "95, art. 3, § 30. 
Calling out of militia by governor, 
Const. '95, art. 13, § 3. 
Jeopardy, double jeopardy prohibited. 

Const. '95, art. 1, § 17. 
Jonesville township excepted from 
limitations as to bonded debt, Const. 
'95, art. 8, § 7. 
Journals, general assembly. Const. '95. 

art. 3, § 22. 
Judges. 
Acting supreme court justices. Const 

'95, art. 2, § 2. 
Charge to jury. Const. '95, art. 5, § 

26. 
Circuit judge acting as supreme court 

justice. Const. '95, art. 2, § 2. 
Conservators of peace. Const. '95, 

art. 5, § 11. 
Disqualification, Const. '95, art. 5, 
§ 6. 
Judgm.ents. 

Impeachment, Const. '95, art. 15, § 3. 
Supreme Court, Const. '95, art. 5, 
§ 8. 
Judicial department, separate depart- 
ment. Const. '95, art. 1, § 14. 
Judicial power, separate and distinct. 

Const. '95, art. 1, § 14. 
Jurisdiction. 

Constitutional questions. Const. '95 

art. 5, § 12. 
Matters now pending, Const. '95, art. 
5, § 34. 
Jury and jurors. 
Charge of judge. Const. '95, art. 5, § 

26. 
Grand jury. 
Number of members. Const. '95, 

art. 5, § 22. 
Presentment or indictment, neces- 
sary when. Const. '95, art. 1, § 17. 
Special laws prohibited, Const. '95, 
art. 3, § 34. 
Judges of law and facts in prosecu- 
tions for libel, Const. '95, art. 1, § 
21. 
Number of jurors. 
Circuit courts, Const. '95, art. 5, § 

22. 
Municipal courts and courts infe- 
rior to circuit courts. Const. '95, art. 
5, § 22. 
Qualifications, Const. '95, art. 5, § 22. 
Special laws to summon and impanel 
prohibited. Const. '95, art. 3, § 34. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Jury and jurors (Cont'd) 
Trial by jury, right to. Const. '95, 
art. 1, §§ 18, 25; art. 5, § 22. 
Kershaw county. 
Apportionment of representatives, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Taxes and taxation. 

School district no. 40, Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 5. 
Kershaw, town of, excepted from limi- 
tations as to bonded indebtedness. 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 7: art. 10, § 5. 
Kingstree, town of, excepted from limi- 
tations as to bonded debt, Const. '95, 
art. 8, § 7. 
Lancaster County. 
Apportionment of representatives, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Heath Springs high school district 
No. 38 excepted from limitations 
as to bonded indebtedness, Const. 
'95, art. 10, § 5. 
Taxes and taxation. 
School district no. 40, Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 5. 
Lancaster, town of, excepted from limi- 
tations as to bonded indebtedness, 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Landrum school district, bonded in- 
debtedness limitations inapplicable, 
Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Larceny, jurisdiction of general ses- 
sions. Const. '95, art. 5, § 18. 
Laurens, city of. 
Bonded debt limitations inapplicable. 

Const. "95, art. 8, § 7. 
School district, bonded debt except- 
ed from limitations, Const. '95, art. 
10, § 5. 
Laurens County. 
Apportionment of representatives. 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Bonded debt excepted from limita- 
tions. Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Sullivan township, abolished. Const. 

'95, art. 7, § 11. 
Tax exemption, certain manufacto- 
ries. Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Laws inconsistent with constitution, 

Const. '95, art. 17, § 11. 
Lee county, BishopviUe school district 
No. 1, bonded indebtedness limita- 
tions inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 10, 
§ 5. 
Legislative powers separate and dis- 
tinct. Const. '95, art. 1, § 14. 
Legitimacy, special laws authorizing 
legitimation of children prohibited, 
Const. '95, art. 3, § 34. 
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LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Lexington county (Cont'd) 

Apportionment of representatives, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
School district No. 29, bonded in- 
debtedness, limitation inapplicable, 
Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
School districts, limitations as to area 
inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 11, § 5. 
Libel and slander. 
Jury, judges of law and facts. Const. 

'95, art. 1, § 21. 
Justification, Const. '95, art. 1, § 21. 
Truth of libel admissible, Const. '95, 
art. 1, § 21. 
Libraries, tax exemption of public lib- 
raries. Const. '95, art. 10, § 4. 
Licenses and license taxes. 
Authorized, Const. '95, art. 10, § 1. 
Graduation of taxes, Const. '95, art. 

8, § 6. 
Intoxicating liquor, manufacture, 
sale and retail, Const. '95, art. 8, 
§ 11. 
Lieutenant Governor. 
Discharge duties of Governor, when. 

Const. '95, art. 4, § 9. 
Election, term of office, etc., Const. 

'95, art. 4, § 5. 
Ex officio president of senate, Const. 

'95, art. 4, § 5. 
Impeachment, Const. '95, art. 4, § 9. 
Oath, Const. '95, art. 4, § 20. 
Removal or resignation. Const. '95, 

art. 4, § 9. 
Representative, vacation of seat on 
acting as Lieutenant Governor, 
Const. '95, art. 4, § 8. 
Salary, Const. '95, art. 4, § 13. 
Senator, vacation of seat on acting 
as Lieutenant Governor, Const. '95, 
art. 4, § 8. 
Vote, Const. '95, art. 4, § 6. 
Light plants, municipal corporations, 

operation by. Const. '95, art. 8, § 5. 
Lotteries, sale of lottery tickets pro- 
hibited. Const. '95, art. 17, § 7. 
Lynching. 
Prisoner lynched through negligence, 
etc. of officer. 
Liability of county for damages. 

Const. '95, art. 6, § 6. 
Penalty on officer. Const. '95, art. 
6, § 6. 
McColl, town of, excepted from limi- 
tations as to bonded indebtedness. 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 7; art. 10, § 5. 
McCormick county. 
Bonded debt excepted from limita- 
tions, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Tax exemption of manufactories, 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
McCormick, town of. 
Bonded indebtedness, Const. '95, art. 

8, § 7. 
Magistrates. 
Appointment and commission. Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 20. 
Appointment of constables by. Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 20. 
Civil actions. Const. '95, art. 5, § 23. 
Criminal actions, Const. '95, art. 5, 

§ 23. 
Examining courts, Const. '95, art. 5, 

§ 21. 
Jurisdiction. 

Anderson county and city. Const. 
'95, art. 5, § 21. 
Preliminary examination. Const. '95, 

art. 5, § 21. 
Salary, Const. '95, art. 5, §§ 20, 24. 
Term, Const. '95, art. 5, § 20. 
Mandamus. 
Circuit court judges, powers at cham- 
bers. Const. '95, art. 5, § 25. 
Coinmon pleas, power to issue. Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 15. 
Supreme court justices, powers at 

chambers. Const. '95, art. 5, § 25. 
Supreme court, power to issue. Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 4. 
Manning, town of. 
Bonded indebtedness, Const. '95, art. 

8, § 7. 
Manufacturing companies, special laws 
incorporating prohibited. Const. '95, 
art. 3, § 34. 
Marion, city of, excepted from limita- 
tions as to bonded debt. Const. '95, 
art. 8, § 7. 
Marion county. 
Apportionment of representatives, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Ice plants, excepted from provision 

authorizing operation. Const. '95, 

art. 8, § 13. 
Tax exemptions, certain manufac- 
tories, Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Marlboro county. 
Apportionment of representatives, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Granded school district No. 10, bond- 
ed debt, limitations inapplicable, 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Ice plants excepted from provision 

authorizing operations. Const. '95, 

art. 8, § 13. 
Marriage, intermarriage of white and 
colored persons prohibited. Const. '95, 
art. 3, § 33. 
Martial law, persons subject to. Const. 
'95, art. 1, § 27. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Master and servant, fellow servant, 

Const. '95, art. 9, § 15. 
Mileage, general assembly, Const. '95, 

art. 3, § 19. 
Militia. 
Adjutant and inspector general. 
Election, etc.. Const. '95. art. 13, § 

4. 
Salary, term, etc.. Const. '95, art. 
4, § 24. 
Arrest, members privileged from, 

Const. '95, art. 13, § 2. 
Calling out by governor. Const. '95, 

art. 13, § 3. 
Commander-in-chief, governor as, 

Const. '95, art. 4, § 10. 
Composition, Const. '95, art. 13, § 1. 
Establishment, Const. '95, art. 13, § 1. 
Maintenance of army, Const. '95, art. 

1, § 26. 
Marital law, Const. "95, art. 1, § 27. 
Officers. 

Appointment, Const. '95, art. 13, § 4. 
Term, Const. '95, art. 1, § 11. 
Organized militia. 

Calling out by governor. Const. 

'95, art. 13, § 3. 
Governor may order out. Const. '95, 
art. 13, § 3. 
Quartering of soliders, Const. '95, art. 
1, § 26. 
Mines and minerals, products alone 

taxable, Const. '95, art. 10. § 1. 
Ministers of the gospel, residence re- 
quired to vote. Const. '95, art. 2, § 4. 
Miscegenation, Const. '95, art. 3, § 33. 
Money. 

Municipal corporations, restrictions 
on borrowing money. Const. '95, 
art. 8, § 3. 
Public moneys, account of receipts 
and expenditures. Const. '95, art. 10, 
§ 8. 
Mullens, town of, bonded indebtedness 
limitations inapplicable, Const. '95, 
art. 8, § 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Municipal corporations. 
Bonded debt. 

Creation, Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 
Exceptions from limitations of, cer- 
tain cities and towns. Const. '95, 
art. 8, § 7. 
Increase, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Limitations, Const. '95, art. 8, § 7; 

art. 10, § 5. 
Redemption, Const. '95. art. 8, § 7. 
Refund. Const. '95, art. 8, § 7; art. 

10. § 5. 
Sinking fund. Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 
Special elections, conditions pre- 
cedent. Const. '95, art. 2, § 13. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Municipal corporations (Cont'd) 
Borrowing money, restrictions on, 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 3. 
Certificates of indebtedness, issuance. 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 
Charters, special laws amending or 

extending prohibited. Const. '95, 

art. 3, § 34. 
Cities and towns, reorganization, 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 1. 
Classification, Const. '95, art. 8, § 1. 
County line not to pass through city 

or town. Const. '95, art. 7, § 14. 
Elections. 

Bonds, regulations. Const. '95, art. 
2, § 13. 

Qualifications of electors. Const. '95, 
art. 2, § 12. 

Registration, Const. '95, art. 2, § 12. 
Electric lights, Const. '95, art. 8, §§ 

4, 5. 
Electric light plants. Const. '95, art. 

8, § 7. 
Gas and gas companies, Const. '95, 

art. 8, §§ 4, 7. 
Ice plants, operation. Const. '95. art. 

8, §§ 5, 13. 
Indebtedness, restrictions on con- 
tracting, Const. '95, art. 8, § 3. 
Licenses and license taxes, Const. '95, 

art. 8, § 6. 
Light plants, operation. Const. '95, 

art. 8, § 5. 
Organization, Const. '95, art. 8, § 1. 

Consent of voters. Const. '95, art. 
8, § 2. 
Police, armed force. Const. '95. art. 

8, § 9. 
Special laws incorporating prohibit- 
ed. Const. '95, art. 3, § 34. 
Street railways. Const. "95, art. 8, 

§ 4. 
Taxes. 

Assessment, same as for state taxes. 
Const. '95. art. 10, § 13. 

Authorized, Const. '95, art. 10, § 
5. 

Bank shares, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 

Exemption of manufactories. Const. 
'95, art. 8, § 8. 

Exemption of public property. 
Const. '95, art. 10, § 4. 

Restrictions, Const. '95, art. 8, § 3. 

Telegraphs and telephones, Const. 
'95, art. 8, § 4. 

Uniformity, Const. '95, art. 8. § 6. 
■Waterworks systems, operation, 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 5. 
Names, special laws to change names 
of persons or places prohibited, Const. 
'95, art. 3, § 34. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Navigable waters. 
Freedom of, Const. '95, art. 1, § 28. 
Jurisdiction of state, Const. '95, art. 
14. § 1. 
Navy. 
Martial law, Const. '95, art. 1, § 27. 
Subordination to civil authority. 
Const. '95, art. 1, § 26. 
Negroes, marriage with white persons 

prohibited, Const. '95, art. 3, § 33. 
Newberry, city of, excepted from limi- 
tation as to bonded debt. Const. '95, 
art. 8, § 7. 
Newberry county. 
Apportionment of representatives, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Bonds and notes outstanding vali- 
dated, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Bonds to pay outstanding obligations 
excepted from limitations, Const. 
'95, art. 10, § 5. 
Newspaper, freedom of the press, Const. 

'95, art. 1, § 4. 
Notaries public. 
Holding two offices. Const. '95, art. 

2. § 2. 
Term, Const. '95, art. 1, § 11. 
Oaths, attorneys. Const. '95, art. 3, § 26. 
Officers. 
Belief in Supreme Being, Const. '95, 

art. 17, § 4. 
Commisisons by Governor, Const. '95, 

art. 4, §§ 17, 19. 
Creation of offices, limitations. Const. 

•95, art. 1, § 11. 
Deceased officer, payment of salary 
of prohibited, Const. '95, art. 3, § 32. 
Disfranchisement for dueling. Const. 
'95, art. 1, § 11. 

Disqualification for office. Const. '95, 

art._17, § 4. 

Garnbling or betting. Const. '95, art. 
17, § 8. 
Dueling, Const. '95, art. 1, § 11. 
Gambling or betting, disqualifica- 
tion. Const. '95, art. 17, § 8. 
Holding over, compensation. Const. 

'95, art. 17, § 11. 
Holding two offices, Const. '95, art. 2, 

§ 2. 
Impeachment, suspension from office, 

Const. '95, art. 15, § 1. 
Lynching, liability. Const. '95, art. 6, 

S 6. 
Oath of office. Const. '95, art. 3, § 26. 
Qualification for office. Const. '95, 

art. 1, § 11, art. 2, § 2. 
Qualifications of state officers, Const. 

'95, art. 17, § 1. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Officers (Cont'd) 
Removal. 
By Governor, Const. "95. art. 12. 

§ 8. 
Grounds for, Const. '95„ art. 15, § 4. 
Manner, Const. '95, art. 3, § 27. 
Notice and hearing. Const. '95. art. 

15, § 4. 
State institutions, power of Gover- 
nor, Const. '95. art. 12, § 8. 
Reports to Governor. Const. '95. art. 

4. § 14. 
Retirement on pay prohibited. Const. 

'95, art. 3, § 32. 
Right of office. Const. '95, art. 1, §.10. 
Salaries, payment of salary of de- 
ceased officer prohibited. Const. '95, 
art. 3, § 32. 
Supreme Being, denial as disqualifi- 
cation for office. Const. '95, art. 17, 
S 4. 
Suspension of, by Governor, Const. 

'95, art. 4, § 22. 
Term. 
Limitations, Const. '95, art. 1, § 11. 
When term begins. Const. '95, art. 
4, § 2. 
Two offices at same time prohibited. 
Const. '95, art. 2, § 2. 
Orangeburg, city of, excepted from 
limitations as to bonded debt. Const. 
'95, art. 8, § 7. 
Orangeburg county. 
Apportionment of representatives. 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Tax exemption of certain manufac- 
tories. Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Ordinances passed and ratified at con- 
vention. Const. '95, art. 17. § 11. 
Pardon. 
Board of pardons, reference to by 
Governor, Const. '95, art. 4, § 11. 
Governor, Const. '95, art. 4, § 11. 
Parsonage, exemption from taxation. 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 4. 
Partnership, unclaimed assets invested 
as State school fund, Const. '95, art. 
11, § 11. 
Paupers. 
Disqualified from voting. Const. '95, 

art. 2, § 6. 
Institutions for, fostered and sup- 
ported by State, Const. '95, art. 12, 
§ 1. 
Poor laws. Const. '95, art. 12, § 3. 
Peace, judges as conservators of peace. 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 11. 
Penal institutions, directors, appoint- 
ment or election, Const. '95, art. 12, 
§ 4. 



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LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Penitentiary. 

Board of directors, appointment or 
election, Const. '95, art. 12, § 5. 

State officers to supervise and con- 
trol, Const. '95, art. 12, § 9. 

Superintendent, Const. '95, art. 12, § 
5. 
Pensions. 

Confederate soldiers and sailors, au- 
thorized, Const. '95, art. 13, § 5. 

Deceased officers, Const. '95, art. 3, 
§ 32. 

Limitations on grant of, Const. '95, 
art. 3 § 32. 
Personal property, exemptions, Const. 

'95, art. 3, § 28. 
Petition, right of. Const. '95, art. 1, § 

4. 
Pickens county. 

Apportionment of representatives, 
Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 

School districts, limitations as to era 
inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 11, § 5. 
Pinckney township excepted from lim- 
itations as to bonded debt. Const. 

'95, art. 8, § 7. 
Pleadings, distinction between law and 

equity abolished, Const. '95, art. 6, § 

3. 
Police, armed force, bringing into 

state prohibited. Const. '95, art. 8, § 

9. 
Political power vested in people. 

Const. '95, art. 1, § 1. 
Press, freedom of, abridgment prohib- 
ited. Const. '95, art. 1, § 4. 
Principal and agent, corporations, 

agent in State, Const. '95, art. 9, § 4. 
Prisoners, lynching. Const. '95, art. 6, 

§ 6. 
Privilege from arrest. 

Electors, Const. '95, art. 2, § 14. 

Members of the General Assembly, 
Const. '95, art. 3, § 14. 

Members of the militia. Const. '95, 

art. 13, § 2. 
Privileges and immunities, abridg- 
ment prohibited, Const. '95, art. 1, 

§ 5. 
Prize fighting prohibited. Const. '95, 

art. 8, § 12. 
Probate courts. 

Establishment, Const. '95, art. 5, § 19. 

Jurisdiction, Const. '95, art. 5, § 19. 
Probate judges, salaries. Const. '95, art. 

5, § 24. 
Prohibition. 

Circuit court judges, powers at 
chambers, Const. '95, art. 5, § 25. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Prohibition (Cont'd) 
Supreme court. 
Justices, powers at chambers, 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 25. 
Power to issue, Const. '95, art. 5, 
§ 4. 
Property. 
Just compensation for private prop- 
erty taken for public use. Const. 
'95, art. 1, § 17. 
Ultimate property possessed by peo- 
ple, Const. '95, art. 14, § 3. 
Prosecutions. 
Change of venue. Const. '95, art. 6, 

§ 2. 
Conducted in name of State, Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 31. 
Magistrates, Const. '95, art. 5. § 23. 
Publication, decisions of supreme 

court. Const. '95, art. 5, § 32. 
Public lands. 
Donation to private corporations, 
etc., prohibited. Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 31. 
Right-of-way to railroads. Const. '95 

art. 3, § 31. 
Sale to corporations for less than 
market value prohibited, Const. 
'95, art. 3, § 31. 
Public libraries, tax exemption. Const. 

'95. art. 10, § 4. 
Public printing. 
Laws, journals, bills, etc.. Const. '95, 

art. 17, § 5. 
Supreme court reports, Const. '95, 
art. 5, § 32. 
Public service commission, Const. '95, 

art. 9, § 14. 
Punishment. 

See Sentence and Punishment. 
Quo warranto. 
Circuit court judges, powers at 
chambers. Const. '95, art. 5, § 25. 
Supreme court justices, powers at 

chambers, Const. '95, art. 5, § 25. 
Supreme court, power to issue, 
Const. '95, art. 5, § 4. 
Railroads. 
Connecting or crossing lines of an- 
other, Const. '95, art. 9, § 6. 
Consolidation with competing Imes, 

Const. '95, art. 9, § 7. 
Consolidation with foreign corpora- 
tion, Const. '95, art. 9, § 8. 
Discrimination, Const. '95, art. 9, § 

5. 
Employees. 
Assumption of risk. Const. '95, art. 

9, § 15. 
Knowledge of defects no defense, 
Const. '95, art. 9, § 15. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Railroads (Cont'd) 
Employees (Cont'd) 
Rights and remedies, Const. '95, 
art. 9, § 15. 
Foreign corporations, building or op- 
erating. Const. '95, art. 9, § 8. 
Limiting liability. Const. '95, art. 9, § 

3. 
Public lands, donation to railroads 
prohibited, Const. '95, art. 3, § 31. 
Right-of-way across public lands. 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 31. 
Taxation, Const. '95, art. 9, § 3. 
Rape, age of consent. Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 33. 
Real property. 
Aliens, limitation on ownership, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 35. 
Land titles vest in State, Const. '95, 
art. 14, § 2. 
Reformatories, establishment for juve- 
nile offenders authorized. Const. '95, 
art. 12, § 7. 
Religion, law respecting establishment 
of, prohibited. Const. '95, art. 1, § 4. 
Religious institutions, property or 
credit of State not to benefit. Const. 
'95, art. 11, § 9. 
Religious worship, freedom of. Const. 

'95, art. 1, § 4. 
Remedies, right to. Const. '95, art. 1, 

§ 15. 
Removal of causes, courts created by 
constitution. Const. '95, art. 17, § 6. 
Removal, officers, manner of. Const. 

'95, art. 3, § 27. 
Reports. 

Receipts and expenditures of public 

money. Const. '95, art. 10, § 8. 
Supreme court decisions. Const. '95, 
art. 5, § 32. 
Representatives. 

See House of Representatives. 
Residence. 
Elections. 
Gaining or losing residence. Const. 

'95, art. 2, § 7. 
Ministers, Const. '95, art. 2, § 4. 
Residence in the county one year, 

Const. '95, art. 2, § 4. 
Residence in the State for two 

years. Const. '95, art. 2, § 4. 

Teachers, Const. '95, art. 2, § 4. 

Forfeiture by temporary absence, 

Const. '95, art. 1, § 12. 
Governor, Const. '95, art. 4, § 21. 
Qualifications for suffrage, Const. 

"95, art. 2, § 4. 
Voting, Const. '95, art. 2, § 4. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Richland county. 
Apportionment of representatives, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Bonded indebtedness, excepted from 

constitutional limitations. Const. 

'95, art. 8, § 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Bonds excepted from limitations 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 6. 
Tax exemption, certain manufacto- 
ries. Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Right of way, corporations, full com- 
pensation, Const. '95, art. 9, § 20. 
Riots, general sessions, jurisdiction. 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 18. 
Rock Hill, city of, Const. "95, art. 10, 

§ 5. 
Bonded debt, excepted from limita- 
tions, Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 
School district No. 12, bonded debt 

limitations inapplicable. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 5. 
St. George, town of. 
Bonded indebtedness. Const. '95, art. 

8, §7. 
St. Matthews, town of, excepted from 
limitation as to bonded debt. Const. 
'95, art. 8, § 7. 
Salaries. 
Deceased officers, payment of salary 

of, prohibited, Const. '95, art. 3, § 

32. 
Extra compensation, general assem- 
bly prohibited from granting. 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 30. 
Saluda county. 
Apportionment of representatives. 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Assessment of property. Const. '95, 

art. 7, § 12. 
Formation from portion of Edgefield 

county. Const. '95, art. 7, § 12. 
Huitt township abolished, Const. '95, 

art. 7, § 11. 
Pine Grove township abolished, 

Const. '95, art. 7, § 11. 

Collection, Const. '95, art. 7, § 12. 
Exemption, certain manufactories. 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Township, bonds, excepted from 
constitutional limitation. Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 6. 
Saluda, town of, excepted from limi- 
tations as to bonded debt, Const. 
'95, art. 8, § 7. 
Santuc township excepted from limi- 
tations as to bonded debt. Const. 
'95, art. 8, § 7. 
School and school districts. 
Apportionment of tax fund. Const. 
'95, art. 11, § 5. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
School and school districts (Cont'd) 
Area, limitations, Const. '95, art. 11, 
§ 5. 
Exceptions, Fairfield county. 

Const. '95, art. 11, § 5. 
Exceptions, Greenville county, 

Const. '95, art. 11, § 5. 
Exceptions, Pickens county. Const. 

'95, art. 11, § 5. 
Exceptions, Spartanburg county. 

Const. '95, art. 11, § 5. 
Exceptions, Union county. Const. 
'95, art. 11, § 5. 
Bonded debt. Const. '95, art. 10, § 5; 
art. 11, § 5. 
Limitations, exceptions. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 5. 
Refunding, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Colored persons, separate schools 

for. Const. '95, art. 11, § 7. 
Counties divided into school dis- 
tricts. Const. '95, art. 11, § 5. 
Escheated property, invested as 
State school fund. Const. '95, art. 
11, § 11. 
Free public schools; provisions for, 

Const. '95, art. 11, § 5. 
Funds. 
Apportionment, Const. '95, art. 11, 

§ 6. 
Expenditures and disbursements, 

Const. '95, art. 11, § 6. 
Payment of school officers from, 
prohibited. Const. '95, art. 11, § 4. 
Safekeeping, transfer, etc.. Const. 
'95, art. 10, § 12. 
Gifts for educational purposes, ap- 
plication and use. Const. '95, art. 
11, § 10. 
Gifts to State, invested as State 
school fund. Const. '95, art. 11, § 11. 
Graded school districts. Const. '95, 

art. 11, § 5. 
Income from sales or licenses for in- 
toxicating liquors, apportionment 
for school purposes. Const. '95, art. 
11, § 12. 
Negroes, separate schools for. Const. 

'95, art. 11, § 7. 
Officers. 
Compensation, payment. Const. '95, 

art. 11, § 4. 
Election, power, duties, etc.. Const. 
'95, art. 11, § 3. 
Poll tax. Const. '95, art. 11, § 6. 
Separate schools for whites and 

negroes. Const. '95, art. 11, § 7. 
Special laws prohibited, Const. '95, 
art. 3, § 34. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
School and school districts (Cont'd) 
State board of education. 
Composition, Const. '95, art. 11, § 2. 
Powers, duties, etc.. Const. '95, art. 
11, § 2. 
State school fund. Const. '95, art. 11, 

§ 11. 
State superintendent of education. 
Duties, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Election, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24; 

art. 11, § 1. 
Salary, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Term, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Taxation, Const. '95, art. 11, § 6. 
Assessment, same as for State 

taxes. Const. '95, art. 10, § 13. 

Authorized, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 

Distribution, Const. '95, art. 11, § 6. 

Exemption, Const. '95, art. 10, § 4. 

Teachers, residence required to vote. 

Const. '95, art. 2, § 4. 
Trustees, election. Const. '95, art. 11, 

§ 6. 
Unclaimed assets or funds of estates 
or partnerships invested as State 
school fund. Const. '95, art. 11, § 
11. 
Seals of State, Const. '95, art. 4, § 18. 
Searches and seizures. 
Requisites, Const. '95, art. 1, § 16. 
Unreasonable prohibited. Const. '95, 

art. 1, § 16. 
Warrants, description of place and 
person or things to be seized. 
Const. '95, art. 1, § 16. 
Secretary of state. 
Duties, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Election, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Salary, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Term, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Sectarian institutions, property or 
credit of state or municipalities not 
to benefit. Const. '95, art. 11, § 9. 
Senate. 
Absent members, Const. '95, art. 3, § 

11. 
Adjournments, Const. '95, art. 3, § 

21. 
Bills for revenue. Const. '95, art. 3, § 

15. 
Composition, Const. '95, art. 3, § 6. 
Doors open. Const. '95, art. 3, § 23. 
General assembly. 

See General Assembly. 
Impeachment, trial by. Const. '95, 

art. 15, § 2. 
Journal, yeas and nays. Const. '95, 

art. 3, § 22. 
Lieutenant Governor as president. 
Const. '95, art. 4, § 5. 
No vote. Const. '95, art. 4, § 6. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Senate (Cont'd) 
Officers, Const. '95, art. 3, § 12. 
President pro tempore, Const. '95, 

art. 4, § 7. 
Privileges of members, Const. '95, 

art. 3, § 14. 
Quorum, Const. '95, art. 3, § 11. 
Removal of officers, Const. '95, art. 

3, § 27. 
Right of punishment, Const. '95, art. 

3, § 13. 
Rules of procedure. Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 12. 
Senators. 
Age, Const. '95, art. 3, § 7. 
Classification, Const. '95, art. 3, § 8. 
Election, time of. Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 8. 
Expulsion and punishment. Const. 

'95, art. 3, § 12. 
Number, Const. '95, art. 3, § 6. 
Oath of office. Const. '95, art. 3, § 

26. 
Privileges, Const. '95, art. 3, § 14. 
Qualifications, Const. '95, art. 3, § 7. 
Salary and mileage, Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 19. 
Term, Const. '95, art. 3, §§ 6, 10. 

Sentence and punishment. 

Contempt, imprisonment in peniten- 
tiary prohibited. Const. '95, art. 1, 
§ 19. 

Corporal punishment prohibited. 
Const. 95, art. 1, § 19. 

Cruel and unusual punishment pro- 
hibited, Const. '95, art. 1, § 19. 

Dueling, Const. '95, art. 1, § 11. 

General assembly. Const. '95, art. 3, 
§ 13. 

Impeachment, Const. '95, art. 15, § 3. 

Imprisonment for debt prohibited, 
Const. '95, art. 1, § 24. 

Labor on highways, streets, etc.. 
Const. '95, art. 5, § 33. 
Sessions, general assembly. Const. '95, 

art. 3, §§ 9, 19. 
Sexual intercourse, woman under 14 

cannot legally consent to, Const. '95, 

art. 3, § 33. 
Sheriffs. 

Election, Const. '95, art. 5, § 30. 

Residence, Const. '95, art. 5, § 30. 

Salaries, Const. '95, art. 5, § 24. 

Term, Const. "95, art. 5, § 30. 
Social societies, special laws incorpor- 
ating prohibited. Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 34. 
Soldiers, quartering in houses, restric- 
tions, Const. '95, art. 1, § 26. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Solicitors. 
Circuit' solicitors. Const. '95, art. 5, § 

29. 
County solicitor. Const. '95, art. 5, § 

29. 
Election, one for each circuit. Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 29. 
Salary, Const. '95, art. 5, § 29. 
Term, Const. '95, art. 5, § 29. 
South Carolina institute for deaf, 
dumb, and blind, maintenance, 
Const. '95, art. 11, § 8. 
Spartanburg, city of, excepted from 
limitations as to bonded indebted- 
ness. Const. '95, art. 8, § 7, art. 10, § 
5. 
Spartanburg county. 
Apportionment of representatives, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Bonded indebtedness, limitations in- 
applicable. Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
School districts, area, excepted from 
limitations. Const. '95, art. 11, § 5. 
Tax exemption of certain manufac- 
tories. Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Speech, freedom of not to be abridged. 

Const. '95, art. 1, § 4. 
State. 
Bonds of. Const. '95, art. 10, § 11. 
Claims against, establishment and 
adjustment. Const. '95, art. 17, § 2. 
Concurrent jurisdiction of rivers 
bordering state. Const. '95, art. 14, 

§ 1. 

Credit of not to be pledged for bene- 
fit of individuals, etc., Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 6. 

Departments to be separate and dis- 
tinct. Const. '95, art. 1, § 14. 

Division into circuits. Const. '95, art. 
5, § 13. 

Expenses of state government, an- 
nual tax, Const. '95, art. 10, § 2. 

Funds, safekeeping, transfer, etc.. 
Const. '95, art. 10, § 12. 

Gifts to state, apportionment for 
school purposes, Const. '95, art. 11, 
§ 11. 

Indebtedness, evidence of, Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 7. 

Joint owner or stockholder in cor- 
poration, Const. '95, art. 10, § 6. 

Land title and other property to vest 
in state. Const. '95, art. 14, § 2. 

Prosecutions conducted in name of. 
Const. '95, art. 5, § 31. 

Seal, Const. '95, art. 4, § 18. 

Writs and process to run in name of, 
Const. '95, art. 5, § 31. 
State departments, separate and dis- 
tinct. Const. '95, art. 1, § 14. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 

State hospital. 
Board of regents. 

Appointment, Const. '95, art. 12, § 

2. 
Personnel, Const. '95, art. 12, § 2. 

Powers, Const. '95, art. 12, § 2. 

Removal, Const. '95, art. 12, § 2. 

Terms, Const. '95, art. 12, § 2. 
Physicians, officers, and employees, 

appointment. Const. '95, art. 12, § 

2. 
Superintendent, appointment, etc.. 

Const. '95, art. 12, § 2. 
•State institutions. 

Directors, appointment or election. 

Const. '95, art. 12, § 4. 
Power of Governor as to vacancies 

and removal. Const. '95, art. 12, § 

8. 
State librarian. 

Qualifications, Const. '95, art. 17, § 

1. 
Women eligible. Const. '95, art. 17, 

§ 1. 
.State officers, qualifications. Const. '95, 

art. 17, § 1. 
State treasurer. 
Election, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Salary, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Term, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Statutes. 

Appropriations, bills, requisites. 

Const. '95, art. 4, § 23. 
Codification and revision of laws, 

Const. '95, art. 6, § 5. 
Enactment, Const. '95, art. 3, § 18. 
Formalities required. Const. '95, art. 

3, § 18. 
Governor to execute laws. Const. '95, 

art. 4, § 12. 
Laws inconsistent with constitution. 

Const. '95, art. 17, § 11. 
Laws now in force. Const. '95, art. 

17, §§ 10, U. 
Local laws prohibited. Const. '95, 

art. 3, § 34. 
One subject to be expressed in title, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 17. 
Poor laws, Const. '95, art. 12, § 3. 
Public law, Const. '95, art. 6, § 4. 
Reading of bills three times. Const. 

'95, art. 3, § 18. 
Requisites to validity, Const. '95, 

art. 3, § 18. 
Revenue bills to originate in house 

of representatives. Const. '95, art. 

3, § 15. 
Signature of governor. Const. '95, 

art. 4, § 23. 
Special laws granting, changing, etc., 

of charters of corporation. Const. 

'95, art. 9, § 2. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Statutes (Cont'd) 

Special laws prohibited. Const. '95, 
art. 3, § 34. 

Special laws relating to highways, 
road duty and drainage. Const. '95, 
art. 2 of amendments to Const. 

Statement of receipts and expendi- 
tures published with session laws. 
Const. '95, art. 10, § 8. 

Styles of law, Const. '95, art. 3, § 16. 

Subject, one subject. Const. '95, art. 
3, § 17. 

Suspension or execution of laws. 
Const. '95, art. 1, § 13. 

Title, subject to be expressed in. 
Const. '95, art. 3, § 17. 
Street railways. 

Connecting or crossing lines of an- 
other. Const. '95, art. 9, § 6. 

Consent of local authorities to oper- 
ation. Const. '95, art. 8, § 4. 
Suffrage. 

Free exercise of right of. Const. '95, 
art. 2, § 15. 

Qualifications, Const. '95, art. 2, § 4. 

Right of, Const. '95, art. 1, § 9. 
Summons and process. 

Compulsory process by accused for 
obtaining witnesses. Const. '95, art. 
1, § 18. 

Corporations, service of. Const. '95, 
art. 9, § 4. 

Right to compulsory process, Const. 
'95, art. 1, § 18. 

Run in name of state. Const. '95, art. 
5, § 31. 
Sumter, city of, excepted from limita- 

titions as to bonded debt. Const. '95, 

art. 8, § 7. 
Sumter county. 

Apportionment of representatives. 
Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 

Bonded debt, excepted from limita- 
tions. Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 

Tax, exemption, certain manufactur- 
ers. Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Supreme Being, denial as disqualifica- 
tion of office. Const. '95, art. 17, § 4. 

Supreme court. 

Appellate jurisdiction. Const. '95, 
art. 5, § 4. 

Certiorari, power to issue. Const. '95, 
art. 5, § 4. 

Clerk, appointment, etc.. Const. '95, 
art. 5, § 7. 

Composition, Const. '95, art. 5, § 2. 

Constitutional questions, calling cir- 
cuit court judges. Const. '95, art. 5, 
§ 12. 

Decisions, Const. '95, art. 5, § 32. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Supreme court (Cont'd) 
Decisions (Cont'd) 

Publication, Const. '95. art. 5, § 32. 

Time for filing, Const. '95, art. 5, § 
17. 
Establishment, Const. '95, art. 5, § 1. 
Habeas corpus, power to issue, 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 4. 
Injunction, power to issue, Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 4. 
Judgments and decrees, Const. '95, 

art. 5, § 8. 
Jurisdiction, Const. '95, art. 5, § 4. 
Mandamus, power to issue. Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 4. 
Opinions to be written, Const. '95, 

art. 5, § 8. 
Original writs, power to issue, Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 4. 
Prohibition, power to issue. Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 4. 
Quorum, Const. '95, art. 5, § 2. 
Quo warranto, power to issue. Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 4. 
Remedial writs, power to issue, 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 4. 
Reporter, appointment, duties, and 

salary. Const. '95, art. 5, § 7. 
Reversals and affirmations, Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 8. 
Reversals, concurrence of three jus- 
tices necessary, Const. '95, art. 5, § 

12. 
Vacancy, Const. '95, art. 5, § 11. 
Supreme court justices. 
Age, Const. '95, art. 5, § 10. 
Associate justices. 

Additional, Const. '95, art. 5, § 3. 

Term, Const. '95, art. 5, § 3. 
Chief justice. 

Preside when governor impeached, 
Const. '95, art. 15, § 2. 

Term, Const. '95, art. 5, § 3. 
Circuit judges, appointment to act 

as. Const. '95, art. 2, § 2. 
Classification, Const. '95, art. 5, § 2. 
Designation of circuit judges to act 

as. Const. '95, art. 2, § 2. 
Disqualification, filling vacancy. 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 6. 
Election, Const. '95, art. 5, § 2. 
Eligibility, Const. '95, art. 5, § 10. 
Holding of other office prohibited, 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 9. 
Powers at chambers, Const. '95, art. 

5, § 25. 
Qualification, Const. '95, art. 5, § 10. 
Salary, Const. '95, art. 5, § 9. 
Term, Const. '95, art. 5, §§ 2, 3. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Taxes and taxation. 
Actual value of property taxed. 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 29. 
Assessments. 
Abutting property. 
A.11 cities and towns. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 17. 
Anderson, city of, Const. '95, art. 

10, § 16. 
Beaufort, city of. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 14a. 
Beaufort county. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 13a. 
Belton, town of, Const. '95, art. 

10, § 16. 
Bennettsville, town of. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 16. 
Charleston, city of, Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 14a. 
Clinton, town of, Const. '95, art. 

10, § 19. 
Columbia, city of, Const. '95, art. 

10, § 14. 
Darlington, city of, Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 16. 
Dillon, town of, Const. '95, art. 

10, § 15a. 
Easley, city of. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 19. 
Florence, city of. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 16. 
Florence county, Const. '95, art. 

10, § 20. 
Fort Mill, town of. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 18. 
Greenville, city of. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 14. 
Greenwood, city of. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 16. 
Greer, town of. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 21. 
Honea Path, town of, Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 16. 
Landrum, town of, Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 16. 
Latta, town of. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 15a. 
Orangeburg, city of, Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 16. 
Pendleton, town of. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 16. 
Spartanburg, city of. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 14. 
Sumter, city of, Const. '95, art. 

10, § 16. 
Timmonsville, town of. Const. 

'95. art. 10, § 16. 
Walhalla, Const. '95, art. 10, § 16. 
Provisions for. Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 13. 
Required, Const. '95, art. 3, § 29. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Taxes and taxation (Cont'd) 
Assessments (Cont'd) 
Uniform and equal rate, Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 1. 
Consent required, Const. '95, art. 1, 

§ 7. 
Constitutional regulation. Const. '95, 

art. 1, § 6. 
Dorchester county. 

Bonds, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
E.xemptions. 
Burying ground, Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 4. 
Charitable institutions. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 4. 
Churches, Const. '95, art. 10. § 4. 
County property. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 4. 
Manufactories, Const. '95, art. 8, 

§ 8. 
Municipal property. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 4. 
Parsonages, Const. '95, art. 10, § 4. 
Public libraries, Const. '95, art. 10, 

§ 4. 
Schools, colleges, etc., Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 4. 
Township property. Const. '95, art. 
10, § 4. 
Expenses of state government, an- 
nual tax, Const. '95, art. 10, § 2. 
Homestead not exempt. Const. '95, 

art. 3, § 28. 
Just valuation, Const. '95, art. 10, § 1. 
Levied in pursuance of law, Const. 

'95, art. 10, § 3. 
Mines and mining claims, products 
alone taxable. Const. '95, art. 10, § 1. 
Payment necessary for voting. Const. 

'95, art. 2, § 4. 
Poll tax, use for school purposes. 

Const. '95, art. 11, § 6. 
Special assessments in certain towns 
and cities. Const. '95, art. 10, § 15. 
Taxation in proportion to value, 

Const. '95, art. 1, § 6. 
Taxation without consent prohibited. 

Const. '95, art. 1, § 7. 
Telegraph companies. Const. '95, art. 

9, § 3. 
Transporting and transmitting cor- 
porations, Const. '95, art. 9, § 3. 
Uniform and equal rate. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 1. 
Voting, necessity of paying poll tax. 

Const. '95, art. 2, § 4. 
.Wharfage tax, etc., prohibited. Const. 
'95, art. 1, § 28. 
Telegraph companies. 
Connecting or crossing lines of an- 
other. Const. '95, art. 9, § 6. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Telegraph companies (Cont'd) 
Consolidation of stock with compet- 
ing lines. Const. '95, art. 9, § 7. 
Operation, consent of local authori- 
ties. Const. '95, art. 8, § 4. 
Telephone companies, operation, con- 
sent of local authorities. Const. '95, 
art. 8, § 4. 
Textile industries, tax exemption. 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Time of taking effect. Const. '95, art. 

17, § 11. 
Title. 
Land titles to vest in state. Const. 
"95, art. 14, § 2. 

Ultimate property in lands. Const, 
art. 14, § 3. 
Titles of nobility, granting of, prohib- 
ited, Const. '95, art. 1, § 8. 
Townships. 
Body corporate, Const. "95, art. 7, § 

11. 
Bonded debt, increase. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 5. 
Bonds. 
Limitation on issuance, Const. 95, 
art. 10, §§ 5, 6. 
Exceptions, Christ Church Parish 
township, Charleston county, 
Const. '95, art. 10, § 6. 
Exceptions, Greenwood County, 
townships. Const. '95, art. 10, 
§ 6. 
Exceptions, Saluda county town- 
ships, Const. '95, art. 10, § 6. 
Boundaries, changing of. Const. '95, 

art. 7, § 11. 
Government, Const. '95, art. 7, § 11. 
Organization of. Const. "95, art. 7, 

§ 11. 
Taxation. 
Assessment, same as for state 

taxes. Const. '95, art. 10, § 13. 
Authorized, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Exempt, public property. Const. 

'95, art. 10, § 4. 
Limitations on. Const. '95, art. 10, 
§ 6. 
Treason. 
Defined, Const. '95, art. 1, § 22. 
Proof necessary for conviction, 
Const. '95, art. 1, § 22. 
Trial, right of accused to speedy and 
public trial. Const. '95, art. 1, § 18. 
Trusts and monopolies, laws for pre- 
vention of. Const. '95, art. 9, § 13. 
Unclaimed assets or funds of estates, 
invested as state school fund, Const. 
'95, art. 11, § 11. 



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CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Union, city of, excepted from limita- 
tions as to bonded debt, Const. '95, 
art. 8, S 7; art. 10, § 5. 
Union county. 
Apportionment of representatives, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
School districts, limitation as to area, 
Const. '95, art. 11, § 5. 
University of South Carolina, mainte- 
nance. Const. '95, art. 11, § 8. 
■Venue. 
Change of venue, Const. '95, art. 6, 
§ 2. 
State entitled to, Const. '95, art. 6, 
§ 2. 
Prosecution, Const. '95, art. 6, § 2. 
Removal of causes to courts created 
by constitution. Const. '95, art. 17, 
§ 6. 
■Veto, Governor, Const. '95, art. 4, § 

23. 
■Waiver, homestead exemption, Const. 

"95, art. 3, § 28. 
■Walterboro, town of. 
Bonded indebtedness, Const. '95, art. 

8, § 7. 
Excepted from limitations as to 
bonded indebtedness. Const. '95, 
art. 8. § 7; art. 10, § 5. 
"Waters and water courses. 
Navigable waters, freedom of. Const. 

'95, art. 1, § 28. 
Tax. imposts, etc., prohibited. Const. 
'95, art. 1, § 28. 
■Water works. 
Erection. 
Consent of local authorities, Const. 

'95, art. 8, § 4. 
Operation by cities and towns, 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 5. 
Weapons, right to keep and bear arms, 

Const. '95, art. 1, § 26. 
Williamsburg county. 
Apportionment of representatives. 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Tax exemption of certain manufac- 
tories. Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Winthrop college, maintenance, Const. 

'95, art. 11, § 8. 
■Witnesses. 
Compulsory process by accused for 

obtaining, Const. '95, art. 1, § 18. 
Unreasonable detention prohibited, 
Const. '95, art. 1, § 19. 
Woodruff, town of. 
Tax on abutting property. Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 15. 
Writs. 
Actions, etc., continued validity of, 
Const. '95, art. 17, § 11. 



CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1895 (Cont'd) 
Writs (Cont'd) 

Attested by clerk of court, Const. '95, 

art. 5, § 31. 
Run in name of state. Const. '95, art. 
5, § 31. 
Year, fiscal year, commencement. 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 10. 
York county. 
Apportionment of representatives, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Bonded debt, limitations inapplic- 
able. Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Rock Hill school district No. 12, 
bonded indebtedness, limitations 
inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Tax exemption of manufactories. 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 

CONSTITUTION OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA, 1868 

Repealed, Const. '95, art. 17, S 11. 

CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES 

Abridgment of privileges or immuni- 
ties. Const. U. S. amended. 14, § 1. 
Effect as to apportionment, Const. U. 
S. amend. 14, § 2. 
Accounts, Const, art. 1, § 9(7). 
Accused. 
Compulsory process for obtaining 
witnesses. Const. U. S. amend. 6. 
Counsel, right to. Const. U. S. 

amend. 6. 
Crimination, compelling prohibited. 

Const. U. S. amend. 5. 
Double jeopardy, Const. U. S. 

amend. 5. 
Presentment or indictment. Const. 

U. S. amend. 5. 
Right to counsel. Const. U. S. amend. 

6. 
Speedy and public trial. Const. U. S. 

amend. 6. 

Trial by jury. Const. U. S. amend. 6. 

Actions, judicial power of United 

States, Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2; 

amend. 11. 

Acts of Congress, enactment. Const. 

art. 1, § 7(2). 
Adjournment, Congress, Const. U. S. 

art. 1, S 5. 
Admiralty jurisdiction of courts. 

Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2(1). 
Age 
President, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 1(4). 
Representatives, Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 2(2). 
Senators, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 3(3). 
Agreements between States, Const. U. 
S. art. 1, § 10(3). 



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CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
Aliens, jurisdiction, Const. U. S. art. 
3, § 2. 

Alliances, limitations on acts of states. 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(1). 
Ambassadors. 
Appointment by President of United 

States, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 2(2). 
Judicial power of U. S. extended to 

cases affecting. Const. U. S. art. 3, 

§ 2(1). 
Jurisdiction of Supreme Court, 

Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2(2). 
Reception by President, Const. U. S. 

art. 2, § 3. 
Amendments. 
Limitations on. Const. U. S. art. 5. 
Manner of. Const. U. S. art. 5. 
Appeal, supreme court, appellate jur- 
isdiction. Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2(2). 
Apportionment. 
Direct taxes. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

2(3). 
Income tax, levy without apportion- 
ment, Const. U. S. amend. 16. 
United States representatives. Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 2(3); Const. U. S. 

amend. 14, § 2. 
Appropriate legislation. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 8(18). 
18th amendment. Const. U. S. amend. 

18, § 2. 
Right of suffrage. Const. U. S. 

amend. 15, § 2. 
Slavery and involuntary servitude 

prohibited. Const. U. S. amend. 13, 

§ 2. 
Womans suffrage. Const. U. S. 

amend. 19, § 2. 
Appropriations. 
Necessity to withdraw money from 

United States treasury, Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 9(7). 
To support armies, Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 8(12). 
Arms, keeping and bearing. Const. U. 

S. amend. 2. 
Army. 

Appropriations, limitations. Const. 
U. S. art. 1, § 8(12). 

Power of Congress to raise and sup- 
port, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(12). 

Power of states to maintain. Const. 
U. S. art. 1, § 10(3). 

Presentment or indictment unneces- 
sary. Const. U. S. amend. 5. 

President as Commander-in-Chief, 
Const. U. S. art. 2, § 2(1). 

Rules for governing power of Con- 
gress, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(14). 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
Army (Cont'd) 
Troops, states prohibited from main- 
taining in time of peace. Const. U. 
S. art. 1, § 10(3). 
Arrest, privilege from, United States 
senators and representatives, Const. 
U. S. art. 1, § 6(1). 
Arsenals, powers of Congress, Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 8(17). 
Assembly, right of, Const. U. S. amend. 

1. 
Attainder. 
Bills of. 
Prohibited, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

9(3). 
States prohibited, Const. U. S. art. 
1, § 10(1). 
Attorneys, right of accused to have 

counsel, Const. U. S. amend. 6. 
Bail, excessive bail prohibited. Const. 

U. S. amend. 8. 
Bankruptcy, powers of Congress. 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(4). 
Bills, enactment of, Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 7(2). 
Bills of attainder. 
Limitations on states. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 10(1). 
Prohibited, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 9(3). 
Treason, Const. U. S. art. 3, § 3(2). 
Bills of credit, limitations on states. 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(1). 
Borrowing money, power of Congress, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(2). 
Bounties, public debt for. Const. U. S. 

amend. 14, § 4. 
Bribery, president, vice president, etc.. 

Const. U. S. art. 2, § 4. 
Capital offenses, presentment or in- 
dictment of grand jury. Const. U. S. 
amend. 5. 
Capitation tax. Const. U. S. art. 1. § 

9(4). 
Captures, power of Congress to make 

rules. Const. U. S; art. 1, § 8(11). 
Cases arising under, judicial power of 
United States, Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2. 
Census, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 2(3). 
Capitation or direct tax, Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 9(4). 
Income taxes, Const. U. S. amend. 16. 
Time for. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 2(3). 
Citizens. 

Judicial power of U. S. 
Actions by citizens against states, 

Const. U. S. amend. 11. 
Controversies between citizens of 
different states, Const. U. S. art. 
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CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
Citizens (Cont'd) 
Judicial power of U. S. (Cont'd) 
Controversies between citizens of 
same state claiming under grants 
of different states, Const. U. S. 
art. 3, § 2(1). 
Controversies between states and 
citizens of another state, Const. 
U. S. art. 3, § 2(1). 
Privileges and immunities. Const. U. 
S. art, 4, § 2(1). 
Abridgment by states prohibited, 

Const. U. S. amend. 14, § 1. 
Right to vote. 
Denial because of race, color, 
etc., prohibited. Const. U. S. 
amend. 15, § 1. 
Denial by reason of sex, pro- 
hibited. Const. U. S. amend. 19, 
§ 1. 
Who are, Const. U. S. amend. 14, § 1. 
Citizenship, Const. U. S. amend. 14, 

§ 1. 
Civil War, public debt, Const. U. S. 

amend. 14, § 4. 
Coining money. 

Counterfeiting, Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 8(6). 
Power of Congress, Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 8(5). 
States prohibited from. Const. U. S. 
art. 1, § 10(1). 
Colored persons, right of suffrage. 

Const. U. S. amend. 15, § 1. 
Commerce. 
Power of congress. Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 8(3). 
Preference to ports prohibited, 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 9(6). 
Common defense, powers of congress, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(1). 
Compulsory process by accused for ob- 
taining witnesses. Const. U. S. 
amend. 6. 
Concurrent power to enforce 18th 
amendment, Const. U. S. amend. 
18, § 2. 
Confederation. 
Debts of. Const. U. S. art. 6. 
Limitation on states, Const. U. S. 
art. 1, § 10(1). 
Congress. 
Adjournment, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 
5(4). 
By president. Const. U. S. art. 2, 
S 3. 
Approval by president of orders and 
resolutions, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 
7(3). 
Arrest, privilege of members from, 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 6. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
Congress (Cont'd) 
Coining money. Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 8(5). 
Compelling attendance of members, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(1). 
Composition, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 1. 
Concurrent power with states to en- 

force eighteenth amendment, 

Const. U. S. amend. 18, § 2. 
Convening by President, Const. U. 

S. art. 2, § 3. 
Determination of time for choosing 

presidential electors. Const. U. S. 
art. 2, § 1(3). 
Expulsion of members. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 5(2). 
Extra session. Const. U. S. art. 2, § 

3. 
Freedom of speech and debate. 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 6(1). 
Holding other office. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 6(2). 
House of Representatives. 

Adjournment, Const. U. S. art. 1, 
§ 5(4). 

Composition, Const. U. S. art. 1, 
§ 2. 

Impeachment, sole power of. Const. 
U. S. art. 1, § 2(5). 

Journal, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(4). 

Officers, choice. Const. U. S. art. 1, 
§ 2(5). 

Procedure in choosing President 
and Vice-President, Const. U. S. 
amend. 12. 

Quorum, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(1). 

Revenue bill must originate in. 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 7(1). 

Rules, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(2). 

Speaker, choice. Const. U. S. art. 
1, § 2(5). 
Information and recommendations 

by President, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 

3. 
Journal entries in case of passage of 

bill over veto, Const. U. S. art. 1, 
§ 7(2). 
Journals of proceedings. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 5(3). 
Legislative powers vested in, Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 1. 
Meetings, Const. U. S. amend. 20. 
Orders, resolutions or votes, ap- 
proval by President, Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 7(3). 
Origination of revenue bills. Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 7(1). 
Passage of bills. Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 7(2). 
Place of sessions. Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 5(4). 



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CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
Congress (Cont'd) 
Powers of. 

Army, raising and supporting, 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(12). 

Arsenals, authority over, Const. U. 
S. art. 1, § 8(17). 

Bankruptcy laws, establishment, 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(4). 

Borrowing Money, Const. U. S. art. 
1, § 8(1). 

Captures, rules. Const. U. S. art. 1, 
§ 8(11). 

Commerce, regulating, Const. U. S. 
art. 1, § 8(3). 

Common defense, provisions for. 
Const. U. S. art, 1, § 8(1). 

Concurrent power with states to 
enforce eighteenth amendment, 
Const. U. S. amend. 18, § 2. 

Copyrights, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 
8(8). 

Counterfeiting, punishment. Const. 
U. S. art. 1, § 8(6). 

Debts, payment. Const. U. S. art. 
1, § 8(1). 

District of Columbia, exclusive leg- 
islation over. Const. U. S. art. 1, 
§ 8(17). 

Duties, levying, etc.. Const. U. S. 
art. 1, § 8(1). 

Election of senators and represen- 
tatives. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 4. 

Enforcement of fifteenth amend- 
ment, Const. U. S. amend. 15, § 
2. 

Enforcement of fourteenth amend- 
ment. Const. U. S. amend. 14, § 5. 

Enforcement of nineteenth amend- 
ment, Const. U. S. amend. 19, § 
2. 

Enforcement of thirteenth amend- 
ment, Const. U. S. amend. 13, § 2. 

Enumerated, Const. U. S. art. 1, 
§ 8. 

Excises, levying, etc.. Const. U. S. 
art. 1, § 8(1). 

Felonies on high seas, punishment, 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(10). 

Forts, authority over. Const. U. S. 
art. 1, § 8(17). 

General welfare, provisions for, 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(1). 

Imposts, levying, etc.. Const. U. S. 
art. 1, § 8(1). 

Income tax, levy without appor- 
tionment. Const. U. S. amend. 
16. 

Inferior courts, creation. Const. U. 
S. art. 1, § 8(9). 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
Congress (Cont'd) 
Powers of (Cont'd) 

Insurrections and invasions, calling 
militia. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 
8(15). 
Inventions, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

8(8). 
Land and naval forces. Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 8(14). 
Letters of marque and reprisal, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(11). 
Magazines, authority over, Const. 

U. S. art, 1, § 8(17). 
Militia. 
Calling forth, Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 8(15). 

Organization, etc., Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 8(16). 

Money, coining and regulating 

value. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(5). 

Naturalization, Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 8(4). 
Navy, maintenance. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 8(13). 

Offenses against law of nation, 

punishment. Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 8(10). 

Patents, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(8). 

Piracies, punishment. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 8(10). 
Postoffices, establishment, Const. 

U.S. art. 1, § 8(7). 
Taxes, levying, etc.. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 8(1). 
Territories, rules and regulations. 

Const. U. S. art. 4, § 3(2). 
Treason, punishment, Const. U. S. 

art. 3, § 3. 
War, declaration of, Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 8(11). 
Weights and measures, Const. U. 
S. art. 1, § 8(5). 
Privilege of members from arrest. 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 6(1). 
Provision for succession to office of 
president. Const. U. S. art. 2, § 
1(5). 
Publication of proceedings, Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 5(3). 
Punisliment of members for disor- 
derly behavior, Const. U. S. art. 1, 
§ 5(2) . 
Quorum, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(1). 
Rules of procedure. Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 5(2). 
Secrecy of proceedings. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 5(3). 
Senate. 
Adjournment, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 
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CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
Congress (Cont'd) 
Senate (Cont'd) 
Appointment of officers, Const. U. 

S. art, 2, § 2(2). 
Choosing Vice-President in case of 
failure to elect, Const. U. S. art. 
2, § 1(2). 
Composition, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

3; Const. U. S. amend. 17. 
Debate, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 6. 
Free speech, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

6. 
Impeachment. 
Judgment, extent and effect, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 3(6). 
Sole power to try, Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 3(6). 
Two-thirds vote. Const. U. S. art. 
1, § 3(6). 
Journal, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(3). 
Officers, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 2(2). 
Choice of, Const. U. S. art. 1, 
§ 3(5). 
Power to punish, Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 5(2). 
President pro tempore, Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 3(5). 
Quorum, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(1). 
Revenue bills. Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 7. 
Rules, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(2). 
States not to be deprived of equal 

suffrage. Const. U. S. art. 5. 
Vice-President as President of. 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 3(4). 
Sessions, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 4(2). 
Adjournment, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 
5(4). 
Term of office. Const. U. S. amend. 

20. 
Voting, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(3). 
In case of passage of bill over veto, 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 7(2). 
Construction, Const. U. S. amend. 9. 
Consuls. 
Appointment, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 

2(2). 
Judicial power of United States ex- 
tended to cases affecting. Const. 
U. S. art. 3, § 2(1). 
Jurisdiction of Supreme Court, 
Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2(2). 
Contracts. 
Between States, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

10(3). 
Impairing obligation of. States pro- 
hibited, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10. 
Copyrights, powers of Congress, Const. 
U. S. art. 1, § 8(8). 
Corruption of blood on account of trea- 
son. Const. U. S. art. 3, § 3(2). 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
Counterfeiting, power of Congress to 

punish. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(6). 
Courts, Const. U. S. art. 3, §§ 1-3. 
Inferior to Supreme Court of United 
States, power of Congress to cre- 
ate Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(9). 
Judicial power of United States, ex- 
tent of, Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2. 
Powers of Congress to establish. 
Const. U. S. art, 1, § 8(9). 
Crimes. 
Capital crimes, presentment or in- 
dictment of grand jury, necessity 
of. Const. U. S. amend. 5. 
Infamous crimes, presentment or in- 
dictment of grand jury, necessity 
of. Const. U. S. amend. 5. 
Involuntary servitude as punish- 
ment for. Const. U. S. amend. 13. 
Offices forfeited for certain crimes. 

Const. U. S. art. 2, § 4. 
Speedy and public trial, Const. U. S. 

amend. 5; Const. U. S. amend. 6. 
Trial, peace of. Const. U. S. art. 3, 

§ 2(3). 
Twice in jeopardy for same offense 
prohibited, Const. U. S. amend. 5. 
Cruel and unusual punishment. Const. 

U. S. amend. 8. 
Death of president, Const. U. S. 
amend. 20. 
Vice-president to act. Const. U. S. 
art. 2, § 1(5). 
Debts. 
Bounties for services in suppressing 
insurrection or rebellion, validity. 
Const. U. S. amend. 14, § 4. 
Congress, power to levy tax for pay- 
ment. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(1). 
Contracts before adoption of consti- 
tution, validity. Const. U. S. art. 6. 
Payment of debts incurred in aiding 
rebellion or insurrection prohib- 
ited. Const. U. S. amend. 14, § 4. 
Public, United States, validity, 
Const. U. S. amend. 14, § 4. 
Declaration of rights, Const. U. S. 

amend. 1-8. 
Delegation of powers, Const. U. S. 

amend. 10. 
Direct taxes. Const. U. S. art. 1, §§ 2, 

9. 
District of Columbia, powers of Con- 
gress, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(17). 
Diversity of citizenship, jurisdiction of 

Courts, Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2(1). 
Dock yards, powers of Congress, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(17). 
Domestic violence protection of States, 
Const. U. S. art. 4, § 4. 



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CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
Double jeopardy. Const. U. S. amend. 

5. 
Due process of law. 
Restriction on Federal government, 

Const. U. S. amend. 5. 
Restriction on states, Const. U. S. 
amend. 14, § 1. 
Duties. 
Congress, power to levy. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 8(1). 
Exportation from state, Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 9(5). 
Imports or exports, states prohibited 
from levying exceeding inspection 
costs, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(2). 
Tonnage, states prohibited from 
levying, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(3). 
Uniformity throughout the United 
States, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(1). 
Eighteenth amendment, ratification, 
limitations. Const. U. S. amend. 18, 
§ 3. 
Elections. 
Denial of right to vote, reducing 
representation in Congress, Const. 
U. S. amend. 14, § 2. 
President, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 1. 
Right to vote. 
Abridgment because of race, color, 
etc., prohibited. Const. U. S. 
amend. 15, § 1. 
Denial by reason of sex, prohib- 
ited Const. U. S. amend. 19. 
Senators and representatives. Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 4(1); amend. 17. 
Woman suffrage, right to vote, 
Const. U. S. amend. 19. 
Electors. 
Proceedings of, Const. U. S. amend. 

12. 
Qualifications, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 
2(1). 
Emancipation of slaves, public debt, 

Const. U. S. amend. 14, § 4. 
Eminent domain, just compensation, 

Const. U. S. amend. 5. 
Enumeration of certain rights, not de- 
nial of those retained by people, 
Const. U. S. amend. 9. 
Equal protection of the law, denial by 
state prohibited, Const. U. S. amend. 
14, § 1. 
Equity, judicial power of United 
States, Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2(1), 
amend. 11. 
Escapes, person held to service or la- 
bor, extradition. Const. U. S. art. 4, 
§ 2(3). 
Excessive bail and fines. Const. U. S. 
amend. 8. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 

STATES (Cont'd) 
Excises, power of Congress, Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 8(1). 
Executive power, Const. U. S. art. 2, 

§ 1(1). 
Exports. 

Limitating powers of states. Const. 
U. S. art. 1, § 10(2). 

Tax on. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 9(5). 
Ex post facto laws. Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 9(3). 

Limitation on States, Const. U. S. 
art. 1, § 10(1). 

States prohibited from passing. 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(1). 
Extradition, Const. U. S. art. 4, § 2(2). 
Felonies, on high seas, power of Con- 
gress to define, and punish. Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 8(10). 
Females, right to vote. Const. U. S. 

amend. 19, § 1. 
Fines, excessive, prohibited. Const. U. 

S. amend. 8. 
Foreign coins, powers of Congress, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(5). 
Foreign laws, full faith and credit 

clauses. Const. U. S. art. 4, § 1. 
Foreign nations, commerce with, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(3). 
Forfeitures, on account of treason, 

Const. U. S. art. 3, § 3(2). 
Former jeopardy. Const. U. S. amend. 

5. 
Forts, powers of Congress, Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 8(17). 
Freedom, of speech and of the press. 

Const. U. S. amend. 1. 
Fugitives from justice. 

Extradition, Const. U. S. art. 4, § 
2(2). 

Person held to service, or labor, 
escaping to another state. Const. 
U. S. art. 4, § 2(3). 
Full faith and credit. Const. U. S. art. 

4, § 1. 
General welfare. Const. U. S. pream- 
ble; art. 1, § 8(1). 
Government, republican form guar- 
anteed to states. Const. U. S. art. 4, 

§ 4. 
Governor, United States Senator, tem- 
porary appointment, Const. U. S. 

amend. 17. 
Habeas corpus, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

9(2). 
House of Representatives. 

Choice of President, Const. U. S. 
amend. 12. 

Choice of Speaker and officers, 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 2(5). 

Compensation, Const. U. S. art. 1, 
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CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
House of representatives (Cont'd) 
Composition of, Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 2. 
Legislative power, Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 1. 
Revenue bills, Const. U. S. art. 1, 
§ 7(1). 
Immigration for limited period, sus- 
pension of, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 9(1). 
Impairing obligation of contract, limi- 
tation of states. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 
10(1). 
Impeachment. 
House of representatives, sole power 

of, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 2(5). 
Judgment, extent and effect, Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 3(7). 
Officers, Const. U. S. art, 2, § 4. 
Pardon by president prohibited, 

Const. U. S. art. 2, § 2(1). 
Power of. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 2(5). 
Trial by jury, not required. Const. 

U. S. art. 3, § 2(3). 
Trial by Senate, Const. U. S. art. 1, 
§ 3(6). 
Implied powers of Congress, Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 8(18). 
Imposts. 
Limitation on power of states. Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 10(2). 
Powers of Congress, Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 8(1). 
Uniformity throughout United 
States, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(1). 
Income taxes. Const. U. S. amend, 16. 
Income tax, levy by Congress without 
apportionment. Const. U. S. amend. 
16. 
Indians, exclusion in apportionment of 
representatives, Const. U. S. amend. 
14, § 2. 
Indian tribes, powers of Congress, 

Const. U. S, art. 1, § 8(3). 
Indictments, Const. U. S. amend. 5. 
Infamous crimes, presentment or in- 
dictment of grand jury, necessity of, 
Const. U. S. amend. 5. 
Inferior courts. Const. U. S. art. 3, § 1. 
Information as to state of the Union, 

Const. U. S. art. 2, § 3. 
Insurrection. 
Calling forth militia. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 8(15). 
Participation in, disability. Const. U. 

S. amend. 14, § 3. 
Protection of States, Const. U. S. 

art. 4, § 4. 
Public debt. Const. U. S. amend. 14, 
§ 4. 
Interstate commerce, powers of Con- 
gress, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(3). 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
Intoxicating liquors. 
Manufacture, sale, etc., prohibited. 

Const. U. S. amend. 18, § 1. 
Repeal of 18th amendment. Const. 
U. S. amend. 21. 
Invasion. 
Limitation on powers of states, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(3). 
Militia, power of congress to call. 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(15). 
Suspension of writ of habeas corpus, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 9(2). 
United States to protect state from. 
Const. U. S. art. 4, § 4. 
Inventions, power of congress. Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 8(8). 
Involuntary servitude, prohibited ex- 
cept as punishment for crime. Const. 
U. S. amend. 13, § 1. 
Journals, objections of President of 
United States, Const. U. S. art. 1, 
§ 7(3). 

Judges. 
Bound by constitution, etc., Const. 

U. S. art. 6. 
Disability, participation in insurrec- 
tion or rebellion. Const. U. S. 

amend. 14, § 3. 
Tenure and compensation. Const. U. 

S. art. 3, § 1. 
Judgments. 
Full faith and credit to judicial pro- 
ceedings. Const. U. S. art. 4, § 1. 
Impeachment, Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 3. 
Judicial power. Const. U. S. art. 3, §§ 

1-3. 
Suits against states by nonresidents 

or aliens. Const. U. S. amend. 11. 
Jurisdiction. 
Judicial power of United States, 

Const. U. S. art, 3, § 2. 
Judicial power of United States, not 

extended to suits against states, 

Const. U. S. amend. 11. 
Supreme Court of United States, 

Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2(2). 
United States, District of Columbia, 

forts, arsenals, etc.. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 8(17). 
Jury. 

Criminal prosecutions, trial by. 

Const. U. S. amend. 6. 
Grand jury, presentrnent or indict- 
ment, necessary when, Const. U. S. 

amend. 5. 
Impartial jury, right to. Const. U. S. 

amend. 6. 
Trial in criminal cases. Const. U. S. 

art. 3, § 2(3). 



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CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
Jury (Cont'd) 

Trial in suits at common law, Const. 
U. S. amend. 7. 
Just compensation, Const. U. S. amend. 

5. 
Justices, presiding at trial of impeach- 
ment of, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 3(6). 
Kings, officeholder accepting title, 
present, etc., from, Const. U. S. art. 1, 
§ 9. 
Labor, person held to escape to an- 
other state, extradition. Const. U. 
S. art. 4, § 2. 
Land grants, jurisdiction of courts, 

Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2(1). 
Law of nations, offenses against, 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(10). 
Legal tender, limitation on states. 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(1). 
Legislative powers, vested in congress, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 1. 
Letters of Marque and Reprisal. 
Power of congress to grant, Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 8(11). 
States prohibited from granting, 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(1). 
Literary property, power of congress. 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(8). 
Magazines, powers of congress. Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 8(17). 
Maritime jurisdiction. Const. U. S. 

art. 3, § 2(1). 
Measures, power of congress to regu- 
late. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(5). 
Migrations for limited period prohib- 
ited, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 9(1). 
Militia. 
Calling out, power of congress, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(15). 
Organizing, etc., power of congress. 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(16). 
Presentment or indictment unneces- 
sary. Const. U. S. amend. 5. 
President as Commander-in-Chief, 

Const. U. S. art. 2, § 2(1). 
Right to keep and bear arms not to 
be infringed, Const. U. S. amend. 
2. 
Ministers of United States. 
Appointment by President, Const. 

U. S. art. 2, § 2(2). 
Judicial power of United States ex- 
tended to cases affecting. Const. U. 
S. art. 3, § 2(1). 
Jurisdiction of Cupreme Court, 

Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2(2). 
Reception by President, Const. U S 
art. 2, § 3. 
Money. 
Borrowing power of congress. Const. 
U. S. art. 1, § 8(2). 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
Money (Cont'd) 
Coinage power of congress. Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 8(5). 
Foreign coin, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

8(5). 
Public moneys, account of receipts 
and expenditures. Const. U. S. art. 
1, § 9(7). 
States prohibited from coining. 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(1). 
Withdrawing from United States 
treasury, necessity of appropria- 
tions. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 9(7). 
National prohibition, Const. U. S. 

amend. 18. 
Naturalization. 
Citizenship, U. S. Amend. 14, § 1. 
Uniform rules, power of congress, 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(4). 
Navy. 
Power of congress to provide and 
maintain, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 
8(13). 
Presentment or indictment unneces- 
sary, Const. U. S. amend. 5. 
President as Commander-in-Chief, 

Const. U. S. art. 2, § 2(1). 
Rules for governing, power of con- 
gress, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(14). 
Newspapers, freedom of the press. 

Const. U. S. amend. 1. 
Oaths. 
Constitution, oath to support. Const. 

U. S. art. 6. 
President of the United States, 

Const. U. S. art. 2, § 1(17). 
Searches and seizures, warrant sup- 
ported by oath. Const. U. S. amend. 
4. 
Test of oath. Const. U. S. art. 6. 
United States officers, oath of office. 
Const. U. S. art. 6. 
Oath to support constitution, by whom 

taken. Const. U. S. art. 6. 
Obligation of contract, limitation on 

States, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(1). 
Officers. 
Judicial officers, disability, participa- 
tion in insurrection or rebellion. 
Const. U. S. amend. 14, § 3. 
Removal, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 4. 
Pardoning power. Const. U. S. art. 2, 

§ 2(1). 
Patents, powers of Congress, Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 8(8). 
Pensions, public debt for. Const. U. S. 

amend, 14, § 4. 
Petition, right of. Const. U. S. amend. 1. 
Piracies and felonies on high seas, 
powers of Congress, Const. U. S. art. 
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STATES (Cont'd) 

Ports, preference to those in one state 

over another prohibited. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 9(6). 

Post offices and post roads, Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 8(7). 
Presentments, Const. U. S. amend. 5. 
President, Const. U. S. art. 2, §§ 1-4. 
Adjourn congress, Const. U. S. art. 

2, § 3. 
Age, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 1(4). 
Ambassadors. 
Appointment, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 

2(2). 
Reception, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 3. 
Appointing powers, Const. U. S. art. 

2, § 2(2). 
Bills of congress, veto, Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 7(2). 
Commander in chief of army and 
navy and militia. Const. U. S. art. 
2, § 2(1). 
Compensation, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 

1(6). 
Congress. 
Adjournment, Const. U. S. art. 2, 

§ 3. 
Extra sessions, Const. U. S. art. 2, 
§ 3. 
Consults, appointment, Const. U. S. 

art. 2, § 2(2). 
Death, Vice-President, etc., to act, 

Const. U. S. art. 2, § 1(5). 
Election, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 1(2, 3). 
Electors, Const. U. S. amend. 12. 
Congressmen and officers of United 
States ineligible. Const. U. S. 
art. 2, § 1. 
Disability, participation in insurrec- 
tion or rebellion. Const. U. S. 
amend. 14, § 3. 
Manner of choosing President, 

Const. U. S. amend. 12. 
Number, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 1(2). 
Senators ineligible. Const. U. S. 

art. 2, § 1(2). 
Time for choosing and voting. 
Const. U. S. art. 2, § 1(3). 
Eligibility, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 1(4). 
Emoluments other than salary pro- 
hibited, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 1(6). 
Execution of laws. Const. U. S. art. 

2, § 3. 
Executive power vested in. Const. U. 

S. art. 2, § 1(1). 
Filling vacancies. Const. U. S. art. 2, 

§ 2(3). 
Impeachment, chief justice to pre- 
side, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 3(6). 
Information concerning state of 
union. Const. U. S. art, 2, § 3. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
President (Cont'd) 
Justices of the Supreme Court of 

United States, appointment. Const. 

U. S. art. 2, § 2(2). 
Ministers. 

Appointment, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 
2. 

Reception, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 3. 
Oath of office. Const. U. S. art. 2, § 

1(7). 
Officers of United States. 

Appointment, Const. U. S. art. 2, 
§ 2(2). 

Commissioning, Const. U. S. art. 2, 
§ 3. 
Orders, resolutions, etc., of congress, 

presented to President, Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 7(3). 
Pardoning power. Const. U. S. art. 2, 

§ 2(1). 
Powers, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 2. 
Qualifications, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 

1(4). 
Recess appointments. Const. U. S. art. 

2, § 2(3). 
Removal from office. 

Conviction of crime. Const. U. S. 
art. 2, § 4. 

Vice-president to act. Const. U. S. 
art. 2, § 1(5). 
Salary, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 1(6). 
Term of office, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 

1(1); Const. U. S. amend 20. 
Treaties, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 2(2). 
Vacancy in office. Const. U. S. amend. 

20. 
Veto power, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

7(2). 
Press, freedom of, abridgment pro- 
hibited. Const. U. S. amend. 1. 
Privileges and immunities. 
Abridgment by states prohibited. 

Const. U. S. amend. 14, § 1. 
Citizens entitled to. Const. U. S. art. 

4, § 2(1). 
Property. 
Deprivation by state without due 

process of law prohibited. Const. 

U. S. amend. 14, § 1. 
Just compensation for private prop- 
erty taken for public use, Const. 

U. S. amend. 5. 
Rules and regulations as to United 

States property. Const. U. S. art. 4, 

§ 3(2). 
Prosecutions. 
Accused, rights, Const. U. S. amend. 

6. 
Incrimination compelling prohibited, 

Const. U. S. amend. 5. 
Venue, Const. U. S. amend. 6. 



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STATES (Cont'd) 
Protection of States, Const. U. S. art. 

4, § 4. 

Public buildings, powers of Congress, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(17). 
Public debt. 
Power of congress, Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 8(1). 
Prior to adoption of Constitution, 
Const. U. S. art. 6. 
Public lands, grants of different states, 
citizens claiming under, judicial 
power of United States, Const. U. S. 
art. 3, § 2(1). 
Public trials. Const. U. S. amend. 6. 
Quartering soldiers. Const. U. S. amend. 

3. 
Race, riglit of suffrage. Const. U. S. 

amend. 15, § 1. 
Ratification, nine states necessary. 

Const. U. S. art. 7. 
Rebellion. 

- Affecting qualifications of members 
of Congress, etc.. Const, amend. 
14, § 3. 
Public debt. Const. U. S. amend. 14, 

§ 4. 
Suspension of writ of habeas corpus. 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 9(2). 
Records, full faith and credit to records 
of other states. Const. U. S. art. 4, 

§ 1. 
Redress of grievances, Const. U. S. 

amend. 1. 
Re-examination of facts tried by jury, 

Const. U. S. amend. 7. 
Religion. 
Free exercise of, congress not to pro- 
hibit. Const. U. S. amend. 1. 
Laws by congress establishing pro- 
hibited. Const. U. S. amend. 1. 
Religious test to office prohibited, 
Const. U. S. art. 6. 
Removal of officers. Const. U. S. art. 

2, § 4. 
Representatives. 
Acting as presidential electors. Const. 

U. S. art. 2, § 1(2). 
Apportionment, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

2(3); amend. 14, § 2. 
Election, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 4(1). 
Holding other office. Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 6(2). 
Oath or affirmation. Const. U. S. art. 

6. 
Qualifications, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

2(2); amend. 14, § 3. 
Vacancies, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 2(4). 
Republican form of Government, Const. 

U. S. art. 4, § 4. 
Beserved powers of states. Const. U. 

5. amend. 10. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
Residence, citizenship. Const. U. S. 

amend. 14, § 1. 
Rules and regulations for government 
of land and naval forces. Const. U. 
S. art. 1, § 8(14). 
Rules and regulations respecting terri- 
tory and other property. Const. U. S. 
art. 4, § 3(2). 
Schools to teach. 
Duration of instructions, § 5324. 
Removal of principals, teachers, etc., 

on failure to comply, § 5324. 
Requisite for graduation, § 5324. 
State superintendent of education to 

enforce, § 5324. 
Teachers to pass satisfactory exami- 
nation, § 5324. 
Science and useful arts, powers of Con- 
gress, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(8). 
Searches and seizures. 
Oath or affirmation to support. Const. 

U. S. amend. 4. 
Probable cause necessary. Const. U. 

S. amend. 4. 
Unreasonable searches and seizures 

prohibited, Const. U. S. amend. 4. 
Warrants, description of place and 

person or things to be seized. Const. 

U. S. amend. 4. 
Seat of Government, powers of Con- 
gress, Const. U. S. art. 1. § 8(17). 
Senate. 
Advise and consent as to treaties. 

Const. U. S. art. 2, § 2(2). 
Advise and consent to appointments. 

Const. U. S. art. 2, § 2(2). 
Amendments affecting equal suffrage 

in Senate, Const. U. S. art. 5. 
Choice of officers, Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 3(5). 
Composition of. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

3(1); amend. 17. 
Legislative power. Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 1. 

Proceedings of electors. Const. U. S. 

amend. 12. 
Recess appointments. Const. U. S. art. 

2, § 2(3). 

Revenue bills. Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 7(1). 
Trial of impeachments. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 3(6). 
Vice President as President, Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 3(4). 
Senators. 
Acting as presidential electors. Const. 

U. S. art. 2, § 1(2). 
Compensation, Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 6(1). 
Election. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 4(1) 



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STATES (Cont'd) 
Senators (Cont'd) 

Filling vacancies, Const. U. S. amend. 
17. 

Holding other office, Const. U. S. art. 
1, § 6(2). 

Oath or affirmation. Const. U. S. 
art. 6. 

Qualifications, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 
3(3); amend. 14, § 3. 
Sentence and punishment. 

Counterfeiting, power of congress. 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(6). 

Cruel and unusual punishment pro- 
hibited, Const. U. S. amend. 8. 

Impeachment, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 3. 

Treason, Const. U. S. art. 3, § 3. 
Servitude, condition of, right of suf- 
frage. Const. U. S. amend. 15, § 1. 
Sessions, congress, Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 4(2). 
Ships of war, limitation of powers of 

States, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(3). 
Slavery prohibited. Const. U. S. amend. 

13. 
Slaves. 

Debt incident to emancipation of. 
Const. U. S. amend. 14, § 4. 

Right to vote, abridgment of, pro- 
hibited, Const. U. S. amend. 15. 
Soldiers, quartering. Const. U. S. 

amend. 3. 
Speech, freedom of not to be abridged. 

Const. U. S. amend. 1. 
Speedy trial. Const. U. S. amend. 6. 
State. 

Action against by citizens of another 
state, judicial power of United 
States not extended to, Const. U. 
S. amend. 11. 

Admission and change of boundaries. 
Const. U. S. art. 4, § 3(1). 

Amendments to Constitution, Const. 
U. S. art. 5. 

Concurrent power to enforce 18th 
amendment, Const. U. S. amend. 
18, § 2. 

Controversies between citizens of 
different states, judicial power of 
United States extended to, Const. 
U. S. art. 3, § 2(1). 

Controversies between state and citi- 
zens of another state, judicial power 
of United States extended to, Const. 
U. S. art. 3, § 2. 

Controversies between states, judi- 
cial power of United States extend- 
ed to. Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2(1). 

Domestic violence, protection against 
by United States, Const. U. S. art. 

4. S 4. 

Equal suffrage in senate. Const. U. 

5. art. 5. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
State (Cont'd) 
Extradition, Const. U. S. art. 4, § 2(2). 
Foreign states, officeholder accepting 
title, present, etc., from. Const. U. 
S. art. 1, § 9(8). 
Formation, limitations on. Const. U. 

S. art. 4, § 3(1). 
Full faith and credit clauses, Const. 

U. S. art. 4, § 1. 
Invasion, protection by United 

States, Const. U. S. art. 4, § 4. 
Jurisdiction of controversies between, 

Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2(1). 
Jurisdiction of controversies between 
state and citizens of another state. 
Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2(1). 
Jurisdiction of controversies between 
states and foreign states. Const. 
U. S. art. 3, § 2(1). 
Jurisdiction of suits against states 
by non-residents or aliens, Const. 
U. S. amend. 11. 
Jurisdiction of Supreme Court, Const. 

U. S. art. 3, § 2(2). 
Limitations on powers. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 10. 
Ports preference to prohibited. Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 9(6). 
Powers reserved by states or people, 

Const. U. S. amend. 10. 
Preference in regulation of commerce 
or revenues. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 
9(6). 
Privileges and immunities of citizens 
of other states. Const. U. S. art. 4, 
§ 2. 
Prohibitions. 
Agreement with other states or for- 
eign powers. Const. U. S. art. 1, 
§ 10. 
Alliances, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10. 
Assuming debts of Confederacy, 

Const. U. S. amend. 14, § 4. 
Bills of attainder. Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 10(1). 
Bills of credit, Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 10(1). 
Coinage of money. Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 10(1). 
Confederations, Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 10(1). 
Denial of right to vote because of 
race or color, Const. U. S. amend. 
15. 
Due process of law, depriving of 
life, liberty or property without. 
Const. U. S. amend. 14, § 1. 
Equal protection of laws, denial. 

Const. U. S. amend. 14, § 1. 
Ex post facto laws. Const. U. S. 
art. 1, § 10(1). 



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CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
State (Cont'd) 
Prohibitions (Cont'd) 
Impairing obligation of contracts, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(1). 

Import or export duties exceeding 

cost, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(2). 

Legal tender other than gold or 

silver, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(1). 

Letters of marque and reprisal, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10. 
Privileges and immunities of citi- 
zens, abridgment. Const. U. S. 
amend. 14, § 1. 
Ships of war, maintenance during 
time of peace. Const. U. S. art. 1, 
§ 10(3). 
Titles of nobility. Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 10(1). 
Tonnage duties. Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 10(3). 
War, engaging in unless invaded or 
in danger. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 
10(3). 
Republican form of government guar- 
anteed. Const. U. S. art. 4, § 4. 
Reserved powers. Const. U. S. amend. 

9, § 10. 
Suits against state, Const. U. S. 

amend. 11. 
Venue of criminal prosecutions. 
Const. U. S. art 3, § 2(3). 
State officers. 
Disability, participation in insurrec- 
tion or rebellion. Const. U. S. 
amend. 14, § 3. 
Oath, Const. U. S. art. 6. 
Statutes. 
Bills of Congress. 
Failure of president to return with- 
in 10 days. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 
7(2). 
Origin and amendments of those 
raising revenue. Const. U. S. art. 
1, § 7(1). 
Presentation and approval by pres- 
ident. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 7(3). 
Veto by President, Const. U. S. art. 
1, § 7(2). 
Laws of the United States, suprem- 
acy. Const. U. S. art. 6. 
Public, full faith and credit, Const. 

U. S. art. 4, § 1. 
Revenue bills, origin and amend- 
ments. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 7(1). 
Suffrage. 
Denial of right of as affecting ap- 
portionment, Const. U. S. amend. 
14, § 2. 
Right of. Const. U. S. amend. 15, § 1. 
Suppressing insurrection, etc., Const. 
U. S. amend. 14, § 4. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
Supremacy of. Const. U. S. art. 6. 
Supreme Court, Const. U. S. art. 3, § 1. 
Chief justice, presiding over senate 

on impeachment of president. Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 3(6). 
Constitution of tribunals inferior to, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(9). 
Establishment, Const. U. S. art. 3, § 1. 
Inferior courts to, power of Congress 

to create. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(9). 
Jurisdiction. 

Appellate, Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2(2). 

Original, Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2(2). 
Justices. 

Appointment by president of Uni- 
ted States, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 
2(2). 

Salaries, Const. U. S. art. 3, § 1. 

Term, Const. U. S. art. 3, § 1. 
Supreme law of the land. Const. U. S. 

art. 6. 
Taxes. 
Apportionment, Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§§ 2, 9. 
Capitation, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 9(4). 
Direct taxes, apportionment, Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 2(3). 
Exportations from states, prohibition, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 9(5). 
Immigration, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

9(1). 
Incomes, Const. U. S. amend. 16. 
Powers of Congress, Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 8(1). 
Slaves, head tax, power of Congress, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 9(1). 
Territories, rules and regulations. 

Const. U. S. art. 4, § 3(2). 
Titles of nobility. Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 9(8). 
Kings, officeholder accepting present, 

title, etc., from, Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 9(8). 
States prohibited from granting. 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(1). 
United States not to grant. Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 9(8). 
Tonnage duties, limtiation on powers 
of states. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(3). 
Treason, Const. U. S. art. 3, § 3. 
Attainder, limited to life of persons 

attained. Const. U. S. art. 3, § 3(2). 
Conviction, proof necessary, Const. 

U. S. art. 3, § 3. 
Corruption of blood prohibited. 

Const. U. S. art. 3, § 3(2). 
Defined, Const. U. S. art. 3, § 3(1). 
Proof or confession required. Const. 

U. S. art. 3, § 3(1). 
Punishment, Const. U. S. art. 3, 

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CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 

STATES (Cont'd) 
Treason (Cont'd) 

Removal of President, 'Vice-Presi- 
dent or other United States offi- 
cers on conviction of, Const. U. S. 
art. 2 § 4. 
Treaties. 

Judicial power of TJnited States ex- 
tended to cases arising under, 
Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2(1). 

Power of President, Const. IJ. S. art. 
2, § 2(2). 

States prohibited from entering into, 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(1, 3). 

Supreme law of the land. Const. U. 
S. art. 6. 
Trial. 

Criminal prisecution. 
Jury trial, Const. U. S. amend. 6. 
Speedy and public trial, Const. TJ. 
S. amend. 6. 

Jurv trial, criminal cases, place of, 
Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2(3). 
Troops, keeping by states. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 10(3). 
■Uniformity of duties, imposts, excises, 

etc.. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(1). 
United States. 

Citizens, who are, Const. U. S. 
amend. 14, § 1. 

Judicial power extent of. Const. U. 
S. art. 3, § 2. 

Judicial power not extended to suits 
against states, Const. U. S. amend. 
11. 

Laws of, supremacy, Const. U. S. 
art. 6. 

Public debt of, validity. Const. U. S. 
amend. 14, § 4. 
United States officers. 

Appointment by President, Const. U. 
S. art. 2, § 2(2). 

Commissioning of by President, 
Const. U. S. art. 2, § 3. 

Disability, participation in insurrec- 
tion or rebellion. Const. U. S. 
amend. 14, § 3. 

Oath, Const. U. S. art. 6. 

Removal from office on conviction of 
crime. Const. U. S. art. 2, S 4. 
United States Representatives. 

Age, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 2(2). 

Apportionment, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 
2(3); amend. 14, § 2. 

Arrest, privilege from. Const. U. S. 
art. 1, § 6(1). 

Compelling attendance. Const. U. S. 
art. 1, § 5(1). 

Disability, participation in insurrec- 
tion or rebellion, Const. U. S. 
amend, 14, § 3. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
United states representatives (Cont'd) 
Election, Const. U. S. art. 1. S 2(1). 

Time, place and manner. Const. 
U. S. art. 1, § 4. 
Electors, qualifications of. Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 2(2). 
Expulsion, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(2). 
Ineligible for other offices, Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 6(2). 
Number, Const. U. S. art. 1, S 2(3). 
Oath, Const. U. S. art. 6. 
Presidential electors, ineligible as, 

Const. U. S. art. 2, § 1(2). 
Punishment for disorderly behavior. 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(2). 
Qualifications, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

2(2). 
Salaries, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 6(1). 
Speeches, immunity froin question- 
ing. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 6(1). 
Term, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 2(1). 
■Vacancies, how filled. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 2(4). 
United States Senators. 
Age, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 3(3). 
Arrest, privilege from. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 6(1). 
Classification, Const. U. S. art. 1, S 

3(2). 
Compelling attendance. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 5(1). 
Disability, participation in insurrec- 
tion or rebellion. Const. U. S. 

amend. 14, § 3. 
Election, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 3(1). 

Time, place, and manner, Const. 
U. S. art. 1, § 4. 
Electors, qualification of. Const. U. 

S. amend. 17. 
Expulsion, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(2). 
Ineligible for other offices. Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 6(2). 
Oath, Const. U. S. art. 6. 
Presidential electors, ineligible as. 

Const. U. S. art. 2, § 1(2). 
Punishment for disorderly behavior. 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 5(2). 
Qualifications, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 

3(3). 
Salaries, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 6(1). 
Speeches, immunity from question- 
ing. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 6(1). 
Temporary appointinents. Const. U. 

S. amend. 17. 
Term, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 3: amend. 

17. 
Vacancies. 

How filled, Const. U. S. amend. 17. 

Temporary appointment. Const. U. 
S. art. 1, § 3(2). 
Votes, Const. U. S. amend. 17. 



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CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
United States treasury, withdrawing 
moneys, from, necessity of appropria- 
tions, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 9(7). 
Venue. 
Criminal prosecutions, Const. U. S. 

amend. 6. 
Trial of crimes, Const. U. S. art. 3, § 
2(3). 
Vessels to or from one state, clearance, 
or payment of duties prohibited. 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 9(6). 
Veto power, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 7(2). 
Vice President, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 
3(4). 
Discharge of president's duties on 
latter's removal, etc.. Const. U. S. 
art. 2, § 1(5). 
Election, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 1(2). 
Manner of choosing, Const. U. S. 
amend. 12. 
Electors. 
Disability, participation in insur- 
rection or rebellion. Const. U. S. 
amend. 14, § 3. 
Manner of choosing vice president, 

Const. U. S. amend. 12. 

Number and appointment. Const. 

U. S. art. 2, § 1(2). 

Person constitutionally ineligible as 

president, Const. U. S. amend. 12. 

President of United States senate, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 3(4). 
Removal from office on conviction of 

crime. Const. U. S. art. 2, § 4. 
Succession to office of President, 

Const. U. S. art. 2, § 1(5). 
Term and election. Const. U. S. art. 

2, § 1(1). 
Term of office. Const. U. S. amend. 
20. 
'\^rar. 
Calling forth militia. Const. U. S. art. 

1, § 8(15). 
Limitation on powers of States, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(3). 
Navy, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(13). 
Organizing, etc., militia. Const. U. 

S\ art. 1, § 8(16). 
Power of Congress to declare, Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 8(11). 
Power of Congress to support armies, 

etc.. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(12). 
Presentment or indictment, unneces- 
sary. Const. U. S. amend. 5. 
Soldiers, quartering in houses, re- 
strictions. Const. U. S. amend. 3. 
States prohibited from engaging un- 
less invaded or in danger. Const. U. 
S. art. 1, § 10(3). 
■Weapons, right to keep and bear arms, 
Const. U. S. amend. 2. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 
STATES (Cont'd) 
Weights and measures, power of Con- 
gress, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(5). 
Witnesses. 
Accused. 

Confrontation of, Const. U. S. 

amend. 6. 
Process to obtain. Const. U. S. 
amend. 6. 
Compulsory process by accused for 
obtaining. Const. U. S. amend. 6. 
Witness against himself. Const. U. S. 
amend. 5. 
Woman suffrage. Const. U. S. amend. 
19. 

CONSULS 

Appointment, Const. U. S. art. 2, § 
2(2). 

Judicial power of United States ex- 
tended to cases affecting. Const. U. 
S. art. 3, § 2(1). 

CONTAGIOUS AND INFECTIOUS DIS- 
EASES 

See Animals; Health; Live Stock; 
Quarantine. 
Asiatic cholera. 

Governor's authority to prevent, § 
3095. 

Regulations to prevent entrance or 
spread, § 5088. 
Bees. 

See Bees. 
Bringing animals into state, regula- 
tions, § 5806-33. 
Cattle tick, disinfection, § 5806-35. 
Dead bodies, transportation, § 5046. 
Foot and mouth disease, §§ 5806-37 — 

5806-40. 
Hospitals, establishment by boards of 

health, § 5017. 
Hotels, disinfecting and airing of rooms, 

§ 5110. 
Proclamation by Governor declaring 
place infected, § 5088. 

Extension of time, § 5089. 
Quarantine. 

By physician outside of incorporated 
towns, § 5028. 

Duties of local boards of health, § 
5027-1. 
Report to board of health by physi- 
cian, § 5031. 
Report to state board of health by 

local boards, § 5031. 
Schools, power to prevent spread of, 

§ 5032. 
State board of health. 

Authorized to enumerate, § 5031. 

Regulations, § 5002. 



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CONTAGIOUS AND INFECTIOUS DIS- 
EASES (Cont'd) 
Teachers infected prohibited from 

teaching, § 5033. 
Tuberculosis, teachers. § 5034. 

CONTAINERS AND GRADES 

See Weights and Measures. 

CONTEMPT 

Circuit courts, punishing, § 34. 

Civil and criminal court of Charles- 
ton, punishment, § 283. 

Disobedience of order or rule to show 
cause. Sup. Ct. rule 19. 

Electrict light, heat and power com- 
panies, § 8555-5. 

Inquests, § 1095. 

Judgments and decrees, failure to obey, 
§ 738. 

Jurors, municipal courts, § 953. 

Magistrates, powers, § 3713. 

Military courts, § 2954. 

Penalty, hearing, § 339. 

Probate court, commit to jail, § 218. 

Probate judge, power to punish, § 239. 

Punishment, imprisonment in peniten- 
tiary prohibited, Const. '95, art. 1, 
§ 19. 

Refusal to testify, § 679. 
On examination by commission, § 
699. 

Sheriffs, open contempt, liability, § 
3530. 

Supplementary proceedings, § 755. 

Witnesses, failure to attend, § 688. 

CONTINUANCE 

Absence of witness to signature, § 709. 

Absent witnesses, requisites of motion, 
Cir. Ct. rule 27. 

Amendment of indictment as ground 
for, § 1005. 

Cost, payment as a condition of grant- 
ing, § 763. 

Indictment and information, traverse 
of indictment not continuance, § 981. 

Motions for, requisites, Cir. Ct. rule 27. 

Nonresident motorist where process 
served on director of motor vehicle 
division, § 437. 

Probate court, Prob. Ct. rule 6. 

CONTRACTING 

General contracting, §§ 7084-1 to 
7084-7. 
See General Contracting. 

CONTRACTORS 

Sec Mechanics' Liens. 
Bonds required of highway, § 5884. 
Payment of laborers, etc., from money 

received for contract, §§ 1278, 8770. 



CONTRACTORS' TAX 

Architects and engineers to furnish in- 
formation, § 2543. 

Building inspectors to furnish informa- 
tion, § 2543. 

County officers to assist, § 2543. 

Enforcement by tax commission, § 2543. 

License required, § 2543. 

Penalty for failure to secure additional 
license, § 2543. 
Failure to secure license to submit 

bid, penalties, § 2543. 
Receiving bids without obtaining li- 
cense, § 2543. 

Provisions retroactive repealed, § 2543. 

Receiving bids without obtaining li- 
cense, § 2543. 

Several contracts considered one con- 
tract, § 2543. 

Tax levied to submit bids, § 2543. 

Tax on individual contracts, § 2543. 

CONTRACTS 

Actions, infants, § 7048. 

Aeronaut or passenger, § 7101. 

Agreements not to be performed with- 
in one year, note or memorandum, 
§ 7044. 

Building contracts. 
See Mechanics Liens. 
General contracting, §§ 7084-1 to 
7084-7. 
See General Contracting. 

Conditions precedent, how pleaded, § 
480. 

Cooperative marketing association, in- 
ducing member to violate contract, 
§ 6522. 

Crop share. 
Contracts, division of crops, § 7030-8. 
Fraud, § 7030-9. 

Declaratory judgment construing writ- 
ten contract, § 660. 

Evading tax laws, unenforceable, § 
2835. 

Fair trade act, § 6639. 
See Fair Trade Act. 

Futures, §§ 6313-6320. 

Gambling contracts, §§ 6308-6312. 

General contracting, §§ 7084-1 to 7084-7. 
See General Contracting. 

Highways. 
General contracting, §§ 7084-1 to 
7084-7. 
See General Contracting. 

Hours of labor in excess of maximum 
void, § 7035-5. 

Impairing obligation of. Const. '95, art. 
1, § 8. 
States prohibited, Const. U. S. art. 
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CONTRACTS (Cont'd) 
Infants. 
College students, §§ 8669-8673. 
Educational purposes, valid, § 8673. 
Ratification, writing necessary, § 
7048. 
Interest on contracts secured by mort- 
gage, § 6737. 
Labor contracts, §§ 7030-7030-6, 7030-9. 
Landowners and laborers, contracts be- 
tween, § 7030-7. 
Leasing of lands, fraud, § 7030-9. 
Limitation of actions, § 388. 
Contracts secured by mortgage, § 

387. 
Provisions contrary to statute void, § 
395. 
Limiting liability. 

Carriers of intelligence, § 8554. 
Common carriers, § 8369. 
Marlceting contracts, registration, § 

8890. 
Marriage contracts, requisites, § 8576. 
Married women, § 8575. 
Officers, contracts in excess of appro- 
priation, §§ 1508, 3073. 
Personal service, failure to carry out, 
§ 7030. 
Failure to compensate after receiv- 
ing benefits of, § 7030-3. 
Failure to employ, § 7030-1. 
Failure to perform, § 7030-2. 
Read and witnessed, § 7030-4. 
Registered, § 7030-5. 
Requisites, § 7030-4. 
Verbal or written, § 7030-4. 
Violation, § 7030-6. 
Rules and regulations. 
Licensing board for contractors, Rule 
under § 7084-2. 
Sales of goods over $50.00, note or 

memorandum, § 7045. 
Sewers. 
General contracting, §§ 7084-1 to 
7084-7. 
See General Contracting. 
State highway paving contracts, em- 
ployment of S. C. laborers, § 5882. 
Stipulations, Sup. Ct. rule 15; Cir. Ct. 

rule 14; Prob. Ct. rule 9. 
Usury. 

See Usury. 
Writing, when required. 
See Frauds, Statute of. 

CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE 

See Master and Servant. 
Railroads, employees, § 8367. 

CONVENTION 

Constitutional convention, Const. '95, 



art. 16, § 3. 



CONVERSION 

Carriers, converting of property by, § 

7162. 
Executors and administrators, liability, 

§ 8979. 
Fraudulent conversion of corporate 

property by officer or employee, § 

1168. 

CONVEYANCES 

See Chattel Mortgages; Deeds; 
Fraudulent Conveyances; Mort- 
gages and Deeds of Trust. 
Aliens, titles derived through, legalized, 

§ 8686. 
Bastard children, conveyances to, § 

8695. 
Covenants, measure of damages, § 8865. 
Defrauding creditors, § 8696. 
Estate of John Lord Carteret not al- 
tered or abolished, § 8684. 
Form, § 8794. 
Former grants validated, ratified and 

confirmed, §§ 8681-8683. 
Fraudulent conveyances, §§ 8696-8699. 
Gambling contracts void, §§ 6311, 6312. 
Good consideration, § 8699. 
Impeachment, conveyances, prior to 

1731 not impeached, § 8685. 
Infant trustee or mortgagee, §§ 9063- 

9065. 
Married women, certain conveyances 

to validated, § 8884. 
Memorandum of livery of seizin, re- 
cording, § 8885. 
Parol leases, etc., force and effect, § 

7042. 
Possession prior to 1776 deemed good 

title, § 8688. 
Ratifying of certain former grants, §§ 

8681-8683. 
Recording, § 3635. 

Prerequisites, § 3632. 

Priority, § 8875. 

Validated through lacking auditor's 
endorsement, § 8883. 
Requisites, § 7043. 
Sealed instruments, § 8694. 
Second conveyance for good considera- 
tion, first conveyance void, § 8700. 
Stamp tax, § 2525(4). 
Taxes, apportionment, transfer after 

assessment, § 2775. 
Void conveyances. 

Bastard children or mother, § 8695. 

Defrauding creditor, § 8696. 

Defrauding purchaser, § 8697. 

Former conveyances, § 8700. 
Wife's separate property, § 8574. 
Witnesses, § 8694. 



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CONVICTIONS 

See Sentence and Punishment. 

Accused person, § 997. 

Legal conviction prerequisite to pun- 
ishment, § 999. 

CONVICTS 

See Jails and Jailers; Pardon; Pa- 
role; Penitentiary; Prisons and 
Prisoners; Sentence and Punish- 
ment. 
Able-bodied convicts, sentenced to 

chain-gang, § 1036. 
Apportionment of sentence. 

See Prisons and Prisoners. 
Bedding, county to furnish, § 1954. 
Berkeley county. 

Working of convicts awaiting trial, 
§ 1960-1. 
Chaingangs. 

Medical aid, § 3847. 

Sentence to, §§ 1035, 1969, 1036. 
Chester county. 

Transportation to penitentiary, § 
4138-4. 
Clothing, § 3845. 
Control of by state officers, Const. '95, 

art. 12, § 9. 
Costs of maintaining by state institu- 
tions, § 1980. 
Counties may lease, § 3834. 
Deduction for good behavior, § 1578. 
Diet, county supervisors and commis- 
sioners to provide for, § 3844. 
Disqualified from registering and vot- 
ing, § 2267. 
Disqualified from voting, Const. '95, 

art. 2, § 6. 
Escape. 

Duty of sheriff, to arrest, § 3545. 

Harboring or employing escaped con- 
vict, § 1982. 
Exchange of convict labor by county, 

§ 3839. 
Females, houses of correction, §§ 1959, 

3851. 
Georgetown county. 

Working of convicts, § 1960-5. 
Highways. 

Board permitting use of convicts up- 
on highways, § 1964. 
Hired or farmed out. 

Maintenance, etc.. Const. '95, art. 12, 
§ 9. 

Proceeds paid in to county treasur- 
er, § 3842. 
Leasing and hiring by counties, § 
3834(2). 

Road work, § 5836. 
Limitation of actions, § 356. 

Availability of disability, § 364. 

Real property, § 384. 



CONVICTS (Cont'd) 
Municipal convicts, § 1036. 

Care of, § 3837. 

Sentence to county chaingang, § 
956. 

Work on streets, etc., § 1036. 
Parole, Governor's authority, § 3099. 
Public works or highways, employ- 
ment on. Const. '95, art. 12, S 6. 

Remand from penitentiary by Gov- 
ernor, § 3834(1). 

Sentence to. Const. '95, art. 5, § 33. 
Saluda county. 

Acceptance and discharge to and 
from chaingang or jail, § 1960-9. 
Separation of sexes and races, § 1035. 
State officers to supervise and control, 

Const. '95, art. 12, § 9. 
State Training School, convict labor 

for, § 6257. 
Summons, service by publication, § 

436. 
Transportation. 

Expenses, § 1984. 

Discharged convicts, § 1978. 
Work at state house and grounds, § 

3207. 
Workmen's compensation. 

Not applicable to, § 7035-16. 

CONWAY, CITY OF 

Bonded indebtedness limitations inap- 
plicable, Const. '95, art. 8, § 7; art. 
10, § 5. 

Commissioners of public works, abol- 
ished, § 7281. 

CONWAY HOSPITAL, INC. 

Tax exemption, § 2578(44). 

CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATIONS 

Acceptance of benefits by other asso- 
ciations, § 8148. 

Annual report, § 8147. 

Apportionment of earnings, § 8146. 

Association, defined, § 8137. 

Benefits, apportionment, § 8146. 

Board of directors, powers and duties, 
§ 8142. 

Board of incorporators, papers trans- 
ferred to proper officers, § 8143. 

Capital stock. 
Maximum by stockholder, § 8141. 
Minimum. S 8141. 
Par value of shares, § 8141. 
Subscriptions, § 8140. 

Certificate of charter. 
Issuance, § 8143. 
Recording, § 8143. 

Commission, § 8139. 

Company defined, § 8137. 



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CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATIONS 

(Cont'd) 
Co-operative, restrictions on use of 

term. § 8149. 
Cotton. 

Existing contracts ended, § 8149-1. 

When contracts executed, § 8149-1. 
Earnings, apportionment, method, § 

8146. 
Exchange defined, § 8137. 
Investment of reserve fund, § 8145. 
Officers, election, § 8142. 
Organization, §§ 8137, 8142. 
Petition, filing and contents, § 8138. 
Powers, § 8144. 
Purposes, § 8137. 
Reports, contents, § 8147. 
Reserve fund, investment, § 8145. 
Rural electrification cooperative act, 
§§ 8555-91 to 8555-123. 

See Rural Electrification. 
Society defined, § 8137. 
Stockholders. 

Maximum amount of capital stock, § 
8141. 

Vote, § 8141. 
Treasurer, bond, § 8142. 
Union defined. § 8137. 

CO-OPERATIVE CREDIT UNIONS 

Appeal, § 7918. 
Board of directors. 

Compensation, § 7928. 

Duties, § 7920. 

Election, § 7919. 

Officers, § 7920. 

Qualification, § 7919. 
By-laws. 

Approval by state bank examiner, § 
7917. 

Requisites, § 7916. 
Capital stock. 

Amount, § 7924. 

Shares. 
Limitation on holdings, § 7924. 
Par value, § 7924. 
Subscription and issuance, § 7924. 
Charter, certificate of, granted when, 

§ 7913. 
Credit committee. 

Approval of loans or advancements, 
§ 7921. 

Compensation, § 7928. 

Duties, § 7921. 

Election, § 7919. 

Loans by, prohibited, § 7928. 

Number of inembers, § 7919. 

Qualification of members, § 7919. 

Surety for loans forbidden, § 7928. 
Defined, § 7911. 

Depositors, minors, eligibility, § 7925. 
Deposits, § 7912. 
Dissolution, § 7934. 



CO-OPERATIVE CREDIT UNIONS 

(Cont'd) 
Dividends. § 7918. 
Payment, § 7932. 

Report on conditions, § 7931. 
Entrance fee, § 7924. 
Examinations bv state bank examiner, 

§ 7915. 
Expulsion of members, § 7929. 
Fiscal year, § 7918. 
Funds, loan or investment, § 7926. 
Guaranty fund, § 7933. 
Investments, §§ 7912, 7926. 
Limitation on shares which may be 

held, § 7924. 
Liquidation or dissolution, § 7934. 
Loans, §§ 7912, 7926, 7927. 

Approval by special committee, § 
7923. 

Regulations by credit committee, § 
7921. 

Rights and liabilities of borrower, § 
7927. 

To members, § 7912. 
Meetings, § 7918. 
Members. 

Expulsion, § 7929. 
Payment to, § 7930. 

Withdrawal, payment to, § 7930. 
Minors, stockholders and depositors, § 

7925. 
Officers, compensation, § 7928. 
Penalties, failure to report to state 

bank examiner, § 7935. 
Powers, § 7912. 

Reports to state bank examiner, § 7935. 
Restrictions on use of name of title, § 

7914. 
Special committee. 

Approval of loans, § 7923. 

Compensation, § 7928. 

Election, § 7919. 

Qualifications, § 7919. 
State bank examiner. 

Approval of by-laws, § 7917. 

Reports to, § 7935. 

Supervision by, § 7915. 
Stockholders. 

Liability, § 7924. 

Minors, eligibility, § 7925. 
Supervision committee. 

Compensation, § 7928. 

Duties. § 7922. 

Election, § 7919. 

Loans by prohibited, § 7928. 

Number of members, § 7919. 

Powers, § 7922. 

Qualifications, § 7919. 

Report on conditions, § 7931. 

Surety for loans forbidden, § 7928. 
Trusts, § 7925. 
Voting, § 7918. 



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CO-OPERATIVE MARKETING ACT 

See Co-operative Marketing Asso- 
ciations. 
Adoption of article by existing asso- 
ciation, § 6521. 
Agricultural products defined, § 6500. 
Articles of incorporation. 

Acknowledgment, § €506. 

Amendments, S 6507. 

Contents, § 6506. 

Fee for filing, § 6527. 

Filing, § 6506. 
Association defined, § 6500. 
Associations for, §§ 6499-6527. 
By-laws, § 6508. 

Certificates of membership, § 6512. 
Common stock, § 6512. 
Conflicting laws inapplicable, § 6518. 
Contract book furnished to clerk of 

court, § 8890. 
Contracts, etc., purposes of issuance, § 

6520. 
Definitions, § 6500. 
Directors. 

Charges against, procedure, § 6513. 

Compensation, § 6510. 

Election, S 6510. 

Removal, § 6513. 

Vacancies, § 6510. 
Exemption from franchise or license 

tax, § 6526. 
Existing associations, adoption of ar- 
ticle, § 6521. 
False reports, maliciously spreading, § 

6522. 
Fees, filing articles of incorporation 

or amendments, § 6527. 
Formation, § 6501. 
General corporation laws applicable, § 

6525. 
Inducing members to violate contract, 

§ 6522. 
Information, source of, § 6503. 
License fee, § 6526. 
Maliciously spreading false reports, § 

6522. 
Marketing contracts. 

Breach, § 6515. 

Inducing breach of, penalty, § 6522. 

Recording, § 8890. 
Constructive notice, § 8890. 
Fees, § 8890. 

Requisites, § 6515. 
Meetings, § 6509. 
Member. 

Defined, § 6500. 

Liability, § 6512. 

Qualifications, § 6505. 
Membership certificate, § 6512. 
Monopolies, associations not, § 6523. 
Objects, § 6502. 



CO-OPERATIVE MARKETING ACT 

(Cont'd) 

Officers, § 6511. 
Charge against, procedure, § 6513. 

Ownership, control of other associa- 
tions, § 6519. 

Partial invalidity of article, § 6524. 

Person defined, § 6500. 

Powers, § 6504. 

Preferred stock, § 6512. 
Issuance for property purchased, § 
6516. 

Purpose of article, § 6499. 

Reference to entire membership of 
stockholders, § 6514. 

Reports, § 6517. 

Sale of leaf tobacco, true name of 
owner or producer, § 7204. 

Stock, limitations on ownership, § 
6512. 
Preferred stock, § 6512. 

Stockholders, reference to entire mem- 
bership, § 6514. 

Title of article. § 6500. 

Uniting of methods, means, and agen- 
cies, § 6520. 

Voting, § 6512. 

COOPER RIVER 

South Carolina public service author- 
ity, §§ 8555-11 to 8555-28. 
See South Carolina Public Service 
Authority. 

COPIES 

See Evidence. 

COPYRIGHT 

Blue sky law, §§ 8114 to 8136. 

See Securities Act. 
Power of congress. Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 8(8). 

CORN 

Burning of corn stacks in daytime, § 

1179. 
Burning, punishment, § 1134. 
Crushed corncobs, sale of feed stuff, 

containing, unlawful, § 6597-1. 
Crushed ear corn, sale of compound of 

unlawful, § 6593-1. 
Factor failing to account for, §§ 1283, 

1284. 
Refusal to pay for after purchasing, § 

1282. 
Standard barrel or bushel, § 6645. 
Tolls for grinding, §§ 6544, 6545. 

CORN MEAL 

Containers, size of. § 6649. 
Sale of regulated, § 1300. 
Standard bushel, §§ 1300, 6645. 



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CORONERS 

See Inquests. 

See, also, the particular counties. 
Acting as sheriff. 

List of prisoners, § 3569. 

Not bound to act on papers in sher- 
iff's office, § 3568. 

Papers and prisoners turned over to 
successor, § 3570. 

Vacancy in sheriff's office, §§ 3475, 
3566. 

When, § 3566. 
Acting under appointment by sheriff 

prohibited, § 3559. 
Bond, § 3556. 

Deputies, § 3558. 
Book of inquisitions, § 3560. 

Entries, § 3563. 
Charleston county, §§ 3571(1), 3571(6). 

Neglect of duty, § 3571(4). 
Commission, § 3557. 
Deputies. 

Appointment, etc., § 3558. 

Bond, § 3558. 

Oath, §§ 3043, 3558. 
Election, §§ 2350, 3553; Const. '95, art. 

5, § 30. 
Execution of orders of county board 

of commissioners, § 3862. 
Fees, approval by county board of 

commissioners, § 3861. 
Filing of copy of inquests, proceedings, 

with railroad commission, § 3561. 
Inquest jury in Chester and union 

counties, § 3572. 
Inquests, power to take, § 3561. 
Limitation of actions against, § 389. 
Magistrate to act as, when, § 3562. 
Oath, §§ 3043, 3557. 

Additional oath, § 3043. 

Deputies, § 3558. 
Office, place of, § 3560. 
Power to summon jury not afected, § 

646. 
Prisoners committed by. 

Kept in jail, § 1945. 

Separation in jail, § 1946. 
Residence, Const. '95, art. 5, § 30. 
Return of inquisitions to clerk of gen- 
eral sessions, § 3564. 

Indorsement on returns, § 3565. 
Term of office, § 3554; Const. '95, art. 

5, § 30. 
Vacancies. 

How fiUed, § 3555. 

In sheriff's office, coroner to act, § 
3475. 

CORPORATIONS 

See Banks; Insurance; Trusts and 
Monopolies. 



CORPORATIONS (Cont'd) 

See, also, the particular corporations 
and associations. 
Abstracts. 

Secretary of state to print annually, 
§ 2123. 
Actions. 

Dissolution, § 7711. 
Not to abate, § 7715. 

Recovery of debts from members, § 
7702. 
Agent in state. Const. '95, art. 9, § 4. 
Agreement, recording of certified 

copy, § 7757. 
Alien controlled, 500 acre limit, § 7790. 
Annual statement of assets and liabili- 
ties, §§ 7723, 7725. 
Appraisals and appraisers, dissenting 

stockholder's interest upon sale of 

major assets, § 7706. 
Appropriation of corporate property 

by officer or employee, § 1168. 
Arrest in civil actions, officer or agent, 

§ 500. 
Assets and liabilities. 

Annual statement to stockholders, 
failure to make, § 7724-2. 

False statement, § 7724-1. 
Assets, sale with stockholders' assent, 

§§ 7705, 7706. 
Attachment, shares of stock, §§ 537, 

538. 
Banks. 

See Banks. 
Bills of credit, issuance, § 7703. 
Blue sky law, §§ 8114 to 8136. 

See Securities Act. 

Bonds. 
Bona fide issuance, § 7692. 
Fictitious issuance, § 7692. 
Issuance for money or labor. Const. 

'95, art. 9, § 10. 
Treasurer's, § 7678. 
Usury no defense, § 6743. 
Books, open to inspection, § 7750. 
Building and loan associations. 

See Building and Loan Associations. 
Business corporations. 
Board of corporators, transfer of sub- 
scription lists, etc., § 7733. 
Board of directors, § 7729. 
Books, open to inspection, § 7750. 
Capital stock. 
Decrease and transfer of excess to 

surplus, § 7689. 
Increase, fees, § 7741. 
Issuance, § 7746. 

Stock without par value, § 7731. 
Preferred, § 7729. 

No par value, § 7731. 
Subscriptions, § 7728. 



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CORPORATIONS (Cont'd) 
Business corporations (Cont'd) 
Capital stock (Cont'd) 

Transfer by foreign personal rep- 
resentative, S 8955. 

■Without par value, § 7731. 
Certificate of incorporation, filing 

and recording, § 7734. 
Charters. 

Amendment, § 7741. 

Charitable, social, etc., societies, § 
7742. 

Expired, renewal, § 7743. 

Fees of secretary of state for rail- 
way stock of no par value, § 7738. 

Forfeiture for failure to pay taxes, 
§ 7704. 

Forfeiture for non-user, § 7751. 

Issuance. 7730. 

New charter, S 7741. 

Perpetual, § 7743. 
Eligibility of stockholders as direc- 
tors, etc., of banks, § 7748. 
Irregularities, S 7732. 
Liquidation, S 7743. 
Meetings, § 7752. 
Officers, §§ 7726, 7729. 
Organization, §§ 7726, 7729. 
Papers to be filed, § 7736. 
Papers to be recorded, § 7737. 
Powers and duties, §§ 7745, 7747. 
Preferred stock, § 7726. 
Recording of papers dispensed with, 

§ 7735. 
Rights and liabilities, § 7754. 
Subscription lists, etc., § 7733. 
Wharves, tolls and fees for use, § 

7753. 
Winding up, S§ 7727, 7743. 
Business of, limitations. Const. '95, art. 

9, § 12. 
Canal companies. 

See Canal Companies. 
Capital stock. 
Blue sky law, §§ 8114 to 8136. 

See Securities Act. 
Bona fide payment for, § 7692. 
Certificates, § 7681. 

New, § 7682. 
Bona fide owners, § 7683. 
Charitable organizations. 

See Charitable Societies. 
Conditions, § 7693. 

Notice of stockholders' meeting, § 
7694. 

Two-third vote, §§ 7695, 7697. 
Consolidated corporation, § 7762. 
Cumulative stock, how voted, § 7680. 
Decrease. 

Certificates, S 7691. 

Fees, §§ 7689, 7690. 

Procedure, § 7689. 



CORPORATIONS (Cont'd) 
Capital stock (Cont'd) 
Decrease and transfer of excess to 

surplus. § 7689. 
Documentary tax, § 2525a. 
Exchanging stock of one class for 

stock of another class, § 7697-1. 
Exporting corporations, § 6678. 
Fictitious issuance. § 7692. 
Fraudulent misrepresentations, § 

7689-1. 
Increase, § 8190. 

Certificates, § 7691. 

Fees, §§ 7688, 7690, 7741. 

Procedure, § 7688. 
Increase or decrease, misrepresenta- 
tions, penalty, § 7689-1. 
Issuance, § 7746. 

For money or labor. Const. '95, art. 
9. § 10. 

No par value, § 7731. 

Stock without par value, § 7731. 
Liabilities, § 7693. 

Two-third vote, § 7695. 
Lost or destroyed, publication of no- 
tice, S 7684. 
Manufacturing companies, realty, § 

7698. 
Penalties, two-third vote, § 7697. 
Personal estate, § 7677. 
Preferred, § 7693. 

No par value, § 7731. 

Notice of stockholders' meeting, § 
7694. 

Organization of company, § 7696. 

Protection on voluntary dissolu- 
tion, S 7707. 

Two-thirds vote, § 7695. 
Securities law, §§ 8114 to 8136. 

See Securities Act. 
Subscriptions, § 7728. 
Tax exemption, § 2578. 
Transfer by foreign personal repre- 
sentative, § 8955. 
Use in banking prohibited, § 7677(5). 
Without par value, § 7731. 
Change of venue, § 3741. 
Charter. 
Actions by attorney general to va- 
cate. 

Application for leave to sue, § 830. 

By direction of legislature, § 828. 

By leave of court, § 829. 

Notice to corporation, § 830. 
Alteration on condition. Const. '95, 

art. 9, § 17. 
Amendment, § 7741. 

Renewal, § 7719. 

Subject to, § 7676. 



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CORPORATIONS (Cont'd) 
Charter (Cont'd) 

Amendments by special acts con- 
firmed, § 7744. 

Business corporations, § 7730. 

Cancellation of charters of defunct 
corporations, § 7704-1. 

Dissolution. 
Fees, §§ 2689-2690. 

Existing charters, Const. '95, art. 9, 
§ 16. 

Expenses, social, charitable, etc., so- 
cieties, § 7742. 

Expired, renewal, § 7743. 

Fees of secretary of state, § 7738. 
Railway stock of no par value, § 
7738. 

Files of active and cancelled char- 
ters, § 7704-2. 

Forfeiture. 
Business corporations, § 7751. 
Failure to pay taxes, § 7704. 
Non-user for 5 years, § 7751. 
Refusal to pay taxes, § 2660. 
Trusts and monopolies, § 6021. 

General laws for changing or amend- 
ing. Const. '95, art. 9, § 2. 

Issuance. 
By secretary of state, § 7726. 
Fee of secretary of state, § 7739. 

Mortgages and deeds of trust. 
Recordation prior to cancellation 
of charter, § 7704-3. 

New charters, § 7741. 

Notifying tax commission when 
charter is issued, § 7704-2. 

Perpetual, § 7743. 

Provisions constituting part of. § 
7677. 

Recording cancellation, § 7704-3. 

Renewal. 
Amendment or repeal, § 7719. 
Certificate. 
Form, § 7717. 
Recording, § 7718. 
Effect of, § 7718. 
Fees, § 7722. 

Secretary of state, § 7738. 
Petition, § 7717. 
Validated, § 7720. 

Repeal. 

Renewal, § 7719. 
Subject to, § 7676. 

Repeal of authorized. Const. '95, art. 
9, § 2. 

Special laws granting, changing, etc., 
prohibited, Const. '95, art. 9, § 2. 
Chiropodists and chiropody. 

Unlawful to practice, § 5231-13. 
Claims against, interest on, § 7699. 
Combinations, §§ 6620-6625, 6626-6636. 
Condemnation. 

Expenses and fees, reference to mas- 
ter or referee, § 7298. 



CORPORATIONS (Cont'd) 
Condemnation (Cont'd) 

Payment of award or expenses of 
owner. § 7298. 
Consolidation. 

Agreements, § 7757. 

Appraisal of stock of dissenting 
stockholders, § 7759. 

Bond issues by consolidated corpor- 
ation, § 7762. 

Capital stock, issuance, § 7762. 

Dissenting stockholders, rights of, § 
7759. 

Effect, § 7758. 

Liabilities and rights not affected, § 
7761. 

Merger of certain corporations au- 
thorized, §§ 7757-7760. 

Notice, § 7757. 

Not to contravene anti-trust laws, § 
7763. 

Objecting stockholders, rights of, § 

7759. 

Pending actions, § 7760. 

Powers of consolidating corporation, 
§ 7758. 

Property, etc., vested in consolidated 
corporation, § 7758. 

Separate existence to cease, § 7758. 

Stock of dissenting stockholder, ap- 
praisal, etc., § 7759. 

Submission to stockholders, § 7757. 
Conspiracies in restraint of trade, §§ 

6620-6625, 6626-6636. 
Constitution of South Carolina. 

Public service commission. Const. 
'95, art. 9, § 14. 
Continuance after dissolution for clos- 
ing affairs. § 7709. 
Co-operative credit unions. 

See Co-operative Credit Unions. 
Co-operative marketing associations. 

See Co-operative Marketing Associ- 
ations. 
Costs, action by attorney general for 

dissolution, § 842. 
Cotton manufacturers, payment of 

wages, regulation, § 7034-3. 
Criminal prosecutions. 

Appeal, § 992. 

General sessions, § 991. 

Magistrates' court, § 990. 

Procedure, § 989. 
Debts due employees for services in 

state, § 7700. 
Debts, recovery from members, § 7702. 

Declaration. 

Contents and filing, § 7726. 

Recording, fee of secretary of state, 
§ 7738. 
Definition, Const. '95, art. 9, § 1. 



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CORPORATIONS (Cont'd) 
Directors. 
Dissolution. 
Actions by and against, § 7711. 
Powers, § 7710. 
Duties of, § 7729. 
Fraudulent misrepresentations as to 

capital stock, § 7689-1. 
Number, § 7749. 
Trustees on dissolution, § 7710. 
Trustees or managers, election of. 
Const. '95, art. 9, § 11. 
Discharged laborers, payment of 

wages, § 7034. 
Dissenting stockholders, compensation 
for sale of major assets, §§ 7705, 7706. 
Dissolution. 
Actions by attorney general. 
Accounting, § 843. 
Application for leave to sue, § 830. 
Appointment of receiver, § 843. 
By direction of legislature, § 828. 
By leave of court, § 829. 
Costs against corporation, § 842. 
Judgment of forfeiture, § 841. 
Filing of copy of judgment roll, 
§ 844. 
Notice to corporation, § 830. 
Restraining corporation, § 843. 
Actions, not to abate, § 7715. 
Certificate, fees for filing, § 2689. 
Filing with secretary of state, § 

2689. 
Signatures, § 2689. 
Continuance for purpose of closing 

affairs, § 7709. 
Directors. 
Actions by and against, § 7711. 
Powers, § 7710. 
Trustees, § 7710. 
Judgment or decree, filing, § 7716. 
Receivers, § 7712. 

Duties, § 7714. 
Trustees. 
Directors, § 7710. 
Duty, § 7714. 
Powers, § 7712. 
Voluntary, § 7707. 
Procedure, § 7708. 
Protection of preferred stock, § 

7707. 
Resolution, § 7707. 
Dividends, payment unlawful, when, § 

7724-3. 
Domestic corporations, service of sum- 
mons by publication, § 435. 
Employees. 

Injuries, relief department no bar to 

action, § 7701. 
Pay when discharged, § 7034. 
Rights and remedies, Const. '95, art. 
9. § 15. 



CORPORATIONS (Cont'd) 
Engineers and land surveyors, article 

applicable, § 7078. 
Examination and inspection of fiscal 

corporations, Const. '95, art. 9, § 9. 
Exporting corporations. 
Capital stock, § 6678. 
Control and supervision by board of 

exports and marketing, § 6680. 
Directors and officers, § 6679. 
Formation and powers, § 6677. 
Net earnings, disposition of, § 6681. 
Express companies. 

See Express Companies. 
False statement of assets and liabilities, 

perjury, § 7724-1. 
False statements as to financial condi- 
tion, § 7724-3. 
Fees. 
Decrease of capital stock, §§ 7689, 

7690. 
Increase of capital stock, §§ 7688, 

7690. 
Renewal of charters, § 7722. 
Stock without par value, § 7731. 
Filing. 
Annual statements. 

Foreign corporations, § 7767. 
Financial statements, § 7725. 
Foreign corporation. 
Actions against, § 826. 
Administration of assets, § 7775. 
Annual statement. 

Filing, § 7766. 
Attachment of property of, § 527. 
Building or operating railroad by, 

prohibited, Const. '95, art. 9, § 8. 
Charter and by-laws, filing, § 7766. 
Charter, resident stockholder, condi- 
tions precedent to granting, § 7782. 
Conditions precedent, § 7778. 
Contracts. 
Conditions read into, § 7773. 
Place of making and performing,. 
§ 7773. 
Copies of charter, by-laws, etc., § 

7772, 
Declarations, filing, § 7765. 
Dissolution, certificate, § 2690. 
Doing business within state. 
Deemed under terms and condi- 
tions of chapter, § 7774. 
Taking of consideration under con- 
tract, § 7773. 
Fees, § 7767. 
Not in lieu of taxes, § 7770. 
Secretary of state, § 7738. 
Filing. 

Annual statement, §§ 7766, 7767. 
Copies of charter and by-laws, § 

7766. 
Declarations, § 7765. 



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CORPORATIONS (Cont'd) 
Foreign corporation (Cont'd) 
Income tax, § 2451. 
License fees, § 7969. 
License tax. 
Amount, § 2682. 
Annual report. 
Contents, § 2679. 
Failure to make, § 2684. 
Verification, § 2680. 
Deposit of monies, § 2687. 
Failure to pay, § 2687. 
Tax commission's receipt, § 2686. 
Penalties. 

Failure to pay fees, § 7769. 
Principal place of business, declara- 
tion of, § 7765. 
Privileges and immunities, § 7776. 
Process agent, § 7765-1. 
Railroads. 
Charter, invalidity, § 7780. 
Compliance with chapter neces- 
sary, § 7789. 
Conditions precedent to doing busi- 
ness, § 7778. 
Consolidations, inapplicable to, § 

7785. 
Doing business in state, conditions 

precedent, § 7778. 
Examined, § 7786. 
Excepted, § 7788. 
Fees, § 7783. 
General or special laws for benefit 

of, Const. '95, art. 9, § 8. 
Incorporation. 
Method of, § 7777. 
Necessity, § 7778. 
Resident corporator necessary, § 
7779. 
Penalties, §§ 7784, 7789. 
Resident stockholder necessary, § 

7782. 
Violations, penalty, §§ 7784, 7789. 
Retirement from business, § 2690. 
Rights and privileges, § 7764. 
Right to hold and possess property, 

§ 8687. 
Secretary of state. 

Process agent, § 7765-1. 
Service of process, § 434. 
Process agent, § 7765-1. 
Service on, § 7765. 
Stipulation designating principal 

place of business, § 7765. 
Subject to state laws, § 7776. 
Summons, service by publication, § 
436. 

Forfeiture of charter. 
Actions by attorney general, § 841. 
Failure to pay taxes, § 7704. 
Refusal to pay taxes, § 2660. 



CORPORATIONS (Cont'd) 
Forfeiture of franchise, remission on 

condition. Const. '95, art. 9, § 17. 
Fraternal benefit associations. 

See Fraternal Benefit Associations. 
Fraudulent misrepresentations by di- 
rectors, § 7689-1. 
By officer or stockholder, § 1238. 
Penalty, § 7677. 
Fraudulent use of name by officer, § 

1168. 
Highways, obstruction, liability, § 5830. 
Holding corporations, prohibited, acts 
not to be done by, Const. '95, art. 9, 
§ 19. 
Housing. 
Limited dividend housing companies, 

§§ 5271-4 to 5271-30. 
See Housing. 
Imitation of names, etc., of certain or- 
ganizations, § 1243. 
Income tax. Vol. 2, p. 1487. 

Foreign corporations, Vol. 2, p. 1488. 
Incorporation, § 7726; Const. '95, art. 9, 

§ 2. 
Industrial. 

See Industrial Corporations. 
Injunctions. 
Action by attorney general to dis- 
solve, § 843. 
Suspending business of corporation 
§ 572. 
Interest on claims against, § 7699. 
Inventories, etc., filing on petition of 

stockholders, §§ 7723, 7725. 
Joint-stock companies, §§ 7791-7795. 

Dissolution, filing, § 7716. 
Judgments and decrees, filing of copy 

of judgment roll, § 844. 
Laws for benefit of, conditions. Const 
'95, art. 9, § 17. 
Additional fees, § 2690-1. 
Amount, § 2681. 
Annual report, § 2678. 
Failure to make, § 2684. 
Verification, § 2680. 
Failure to pay, §§ 2687, 7704. 
Remission of penalty by tax com- 
mission, § 2687. 
State treasurer's receipt of payment, 
§ 2686. 
Libel and slander. 
Attachments against foreign corpor- 
ations, § 527-1. 
Light companies. 

See Light Companies. 
Limitation of actions. 
Actions against directors or stock- 
holders, § 367. 
Evidence of debt issued, § 366. 



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CORPORATIONS (Cont'd) 
Limited dividend housing companies, 
S§ 5271-4 to 5271-30. 
See Housing. 
Liquidation, § 7743. 
Lost certificate of stock, § 7682. 
Magistrates, service of process, § 274. 
Manufacturing companies, capital stock 

as realty, § 7677. 
Master and servant. 
Service charges by textile and relat- 
ed corporations during close downs 
prohibited, § 7033-1. 
Meetings. 
Business corporations, § 7752. 
Vote by proxy, § 7679. 
Merger. 

See this title. Consolidation. 
Military corporations, organizations, 

dissolution, etc., § 2933. 
Misrepresentations by directors as to 

capital sock, § 7689-1. 
Monopolies, §§ 6020-6025, 6626-6636. 
Mortgages and deeds of trust, § 7745(8). 
Recordation prior to cancellation of 
charter, § 7704-3. 
Municipal. 

See Municipal Corporations. 
Navigation companies. 

See Navigation Companies. 
Negotiable instruments, effect of in- 
dorsement or assignment, § 6773. 
Notary public. 
Powers when stockholder, director, 
officer or employee of corporation, 
§ 3463. 
Offenses. 
Prosecutions. 
Appeal, § 992. 
General sessions, § 991. 
Magistrates' court, § 990. 
Procedure, § 989. 
Officers. 
Annual statement of assets and lia- 
bilities, § 7723. 
Exceptions, § 7725. 
Perjury if false, § 7724-1. 
Fraudulent misrepresentations, § 
1238. 
Organization. 
Mode, § 7726. 

To organize in two years, § 7687. 
Penalties. 
Fraudulent misrepresentations, § 

7677. 
Issuing bills of credit, § 7703. 
Petitions, recording, fee of secretary of 

state, § 7738. 
Pleadings, verification by officer or 

agent, § 475. 
Pledgor of stock, liability, S 7677. 



CORPORATIONS (Cont'd) 
Power companies. 

See Power Companies. 
Powers and duties. 
Business corporations, § 7745. 
General, S 7677. 
Private corporations. § 7685. 
Private. 

General powers, § 7685. 
Organization within two years neces- 
sary, S 7687. 
Prosecutions against. 
Appeal, § 992. 
General sessions, § 991. 
Magistrates, courts, S 990. 
Procedure, § 989. 
Prosecutions by attorney general, § 

3117. 
Proxies for voting, stamp tax, § 2525(6). 
Public lands, donation to private cor- 
porations prohibited. Const. '95, art. 
3, § 31. 
Public utilities, §§ 8199 to 8250. 
See Public Service Commission. 
Quorum, § 7686. 
Railroad. 

See Railroads. 
Real estate, power to purchase and 

hold, § 7677. 
Receivers. 
Application, § 7712. 
Appointment. 
Action by attorn::,.- general, § 843. 
Commission, § 584. 
Duties, § 7714. 

Jurisdiction of common pleas, § 7713. 
Powers, § 7712. 
Recording, filing and indexing in lieu 

of, §§ 7735-7737. 
Relief department, no bar to action by 

injured employee, § 7701.' 
Reports. 
By secretary of state to general as- 
sembly of corporations formed un- 
der general laws, § 2123. 
Increases and decreases of stock, § 

7691. 
Of assets and liabilities, § 7723. 
Exceptions, § 7725. 
Failure to make, § 7724-2. 
Right-of-way, full compensation. Const. 

'95, art. 9, § 20. 
Sale of major assets, §§ 7705, 7706. 
Seal, § 7677. 
Securities act, §S 8114 to 8136. 

See Securities Act. 
Special charter, Const. '95, art. 9, § 2. 
Special laws prohibited. Const. '95, art. 

3, § 34. 
Statement of assets and liabilities, 
§ 7723. 
Exceptions. § 7724. 



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CORPORATIONS (Cont'd) 
Statement of assets and liabilities 
(Cont'd) 

Filing in court on stockholder's peti- 
tion, § 7725. 
State not to be joint owner or stock- 
holder, Const. '95, art. 10, § 6. 
Steamboat Companies. 

See Steamboat Companies. 
Stock. 

See this title. Capital Stock. 
Stockholders. 
Fraudulent misrepresentations, § 

1238. 
Liability, Const. '95, art. 9, § 18. 
Meetings. 
Cumulative voting, § 7680. 
Decrease capital stock, § 7689. 
Increase capital stock, § 7688. 
Notice of sale of major assets, §§ 

7705, 7706. 
Quorum, § 7679. 
Voluntary dissolution, § 7708. 
Vote by proxy, § 7679. 
Voting, method, § 7680. 
Personal liability, § 7677. 
Petition to require filing of financial 

statement, § 7725. 
Rights of those objecting to sale of 
major assets, § 7706. 
Summons and process, Const. '95, art. 

9, § 4. 
Service, § 434. 

Surplus, decrease of stock and trans- 
fer of excess, § 7689. 
Taxation. 

Assessment, rule for, §§ 2635-2655. 

Domestic and foreign, § 2659. 

Exemption, capital stock of manu- 
facturing company, § 7698. 

Foreign corporations. 
License tax. See within this title, 
"Foreign Corporations." 

Forfeiture of charter, failure to pay, 
§§ 2660, 7704. 

Income tax, § 2440; vol. 2, p. 1487. 

Listing of property, § 2658. 

Municipal taxes. Const. '95, art. 10, 
§ 5. 

Notifying tax commission when char- 
ter is issued, § 7704-2. 

Refusal to pay, forfeiture of charter, 
§ 2660. 

Returns. 
Domestic corporations owning no 

property in state, § 2657. 
Domestic corporations owning 
property /in o^her states, § 2656. 

Share of stockholders. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 5. 
Stamp tax. 

On capital stock issues, § 2525(2). 



CORPORATIONS (Cont'd) 
Taxation (Cont'd) 
Stamp Tax (Cont'd) 
On sales or transfers of capital 
stock, § 2525(3). 
Telegraph. 

See Telegraph Companies. 
Telephones. 

See Telephone Companies. 
Textile. 

See Textile Industries. 
Transporting. 
See Carriers; Transportation Compa- 
nies. 
Treasurer, bond, § 7678. 
Trusts, and monopolies, etc., §§ 6020- 
6025, 6626-6636; Const. '95, art. 9, 
§ 13. 
Usury, no defense as to coupon or reg- 
istered bonds, § 6743. 
Utilties, §§ 8199 to 8250. 

See Public Service Commission. 
Voting proxies, stamp tax, § 2525(6). 
Waterworks companies. 

See Waterworks Com.panies. 
Willful injury to property of, § 1226. 
Winding up, §§ 7727, 7743. 
CORRUPTION OF BLOOD 
Conviction not to work. Const. '95, art. 
1, § 8. 
COSMETOLOGISTS, §§ 5250-11 to 
5250-26. 
See Hairdressers and Cosmetologists. 
COSTS 

See Appeal; Fees. 
Action by or against executors, admin- 
istrators, etc., § 766. 
Actions to determine adverse claims, 

§ 881. 
Actions to establish lost instruments, 
costs discretionary with judge, § 733. 
Administration of estates, § 757. 
Allowance. 
Charge for witnesses, § 683. 
In civil actions, § 756. 
Appeals. 
Circuit courts, §§ 806, 808, 809. 
From probate court, § 767. 
Review of decision of inferior court 

in special proceeding, § 767. 
Supreme Court, attorneys' costs, § 
758. 
Appraisers, § 4961. 
Assault and battery, § 756. 
Assignments, costs against assignee, § 

770. 
Attorneys, appeals to Supreme Court, 

§ 758. 
Bill attached to execution, § 4921. 
Chancery cases, § 756. 
Civil actions, generally, § 756. 



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COSTS (Cont'd) 

Clerks of courts, §§ 4923-4931, 4933- 
4937. 
Issuing recognizance, § 919. 

Compromise, §§ 665, 667. 

Constables, § 4955. 

Corporations, action by attorney gen- 
eral to dissolve, § 842. 

Criminal cases, change of venue, § 1023, 

Criminal conversation, § 756. 

Death by wrongful act, action for, § 
413. 

Defendant unreasonably defending, lia- 
ble for costs, § 431. 

Deposit in lieu of undertaking, Cir. Ct. 
rule 10. 

Deposition, § 693. 

Equity, § 756. 

Execution for costs, § 760. 

Executors and administrators, action 
by or against, § 766. 

Tailure to keep itemized statement of 
costs and fees, § 3078. 

Talse imprisonment, § 756. 

Former suit, Cir. Ct. rule 59. 

Infants, costs against infant plaintiff, 
§ 765. 

Interest on verdict or report added to 
costs, § 761. 

Interlocutory costs, adjustment, § 762. 

Judgment for, § 756. 

Judgments and decrees, costs to be in- 
serted in judgment, manner, § 762. 

Libel and slander, § 756. 

Limitations, § 4920. 

Lost instruments. 
Proceedings to establish, § 733. 

Magistrates, § 4947. 
Title to real property, § 271. 

Malicious prosecution, § 756. 

Mandamus, § 849. 

Married woman, judgment against for 
costs, § 657. 

Masters, § 4941. 

Mechanics' liens, §§ 8766, 8767. 

Mileage, § 757. 

Mortgage foreclosure, § 757. 

Motion, costs on motion, § 764. 

Nonresident plaintiff, security for, Cir. 
Ct. rule 10. 

Notaries public, § 4957. 

Orangeburg county court, § 162. 

Partition, § 757. 

Payment of costs of former suit, Cir. 

Ct. rule 59. 
Penalty for overcharge, § 4921. 
Postponement of trial, additional costs, 

§ 763. 
Prevailing party entitled to, § 756. 
Probate court, § 252. 
Appeal from, § 767. 

Probate judges, §§ 4942-4946. 



COSTS (Cont'd) 
Referees, § 4940. 
References, § 757. 
Review of decision of inferior court in 

special proceedings, § 767. 
Richland county court, § 180. 
Security for. 

Approval by clerk of court in vaca- 
tion, § 3597. 

Deposit in lieu of undertaking, Cir. 
Ct. rule 10. 

Form of undertaking, Cir. Ct. rule 10. 
Seduction, § 756. 
Service of process, S 433. 
Sheriffs, §§ 4950-4954. 
Spartanburg county court, § 203. 
State, action by, §§ 768, 769. 
Successful party, § 757. 
Supplementary proceedings, § 754. 
Supreme Court. 

Action brought in original jurisdic- 
tion of, § 25. 

Adjustment by clerk of circuit court, 
Cir. Ct. rule 40. 
Surveyors, § 4959. 
Tort actions, § 756. 
Trial, postponement, additional costs, § 

763. 
Trust and trustees, action by or 

against, § 766. 
Witnesses, §§ 4963, 4964. 
Workmen's compensation. 

Payment, § 7035-65. 

COTTON 

See Warehouses and Warehousemen. 
Bales. 

Maximum weight, § 6399. 

Minimum weight, § 1287. 
Books. 

Cotton buyers, § 6397. 

Public ginners, § 6398. 

Traffickers in seed cotton, § 6393(2). 

Traffickers in unpacked lint cotton, 
§ 6396. 
Breakage charge on weighing, § 1281. 
Buyer. 

Book to be kept, § 6397. 

Record book, failure to keep, § 6397. 
Charges for weighing, maximum, § 

6387. 
Classification by railroads, § 8303. 
Cooperative associations. 

Existing contracts ended, § 8149-1. 

When contracts executed, § 8149-1. 

Cottonseed meal. 

See Commercial Fertilizers. 
Cotton weighers. 

See, also, the particular counties, 
cities and towns. 

Anderson county, § 6409. 

Bamberg county, § 6410, 6410. 



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COTTON (Cont'd) 
Cotton weighers (Cont'd) 
Bond, § 6403. 
Calhoun county, § 6412, 
Cherokee county, §S 6417(1)-6417(5). 
Chester county, § 6418. 
Chesterfield county, § 6419. 
Cities between 20,000 and 50,000, § 

6458(1). 
Colleton county, § 6420. 
Compensation, § 6403. 
Cross Hill, town of, § 6432. 
Darlington county, § 6421. 
Deputies, § 6404. 
Dillon county, § 6422. 
Dorchester county, § 6423. 
Duties, §§ 6404, 6406. 
Edgefield county, compensation, § 

6425. 
Election, § 6402. 
Florence county, § 6426. 
Greenwood county, §§ 6402, 6427. 
Honea Path, town of, § 6409. 
Inapplicable to sales on plantations 

or cotton mills, § 6405. 
Johnston, town of, § 6424. 
Kershaw county, § 6428. 
Lancaster county, § 6431. 
Lee county, §§ 6402, 6433. 
Lexington county, §§ 6435-6437. 
McCormick county, § 6440. 
Marking and numbering bales, § 6406. 
Marlboro county, § 6439. 
Newberry county, §§ 6441(1)-6441(3), 

6444(l)-6444(4). 
Oath, § 6403. 
Oconee county, § 6449. 
Orangeburg county, § 6447. 
Pickens county, §§ 6447, 6450. 
Platform and scales, § 6404. 
Platforms. 

Capacity, § 6406. 

Contracts for § 6407. 
Removal, § 6404. 
Report to county commissioners, § 

6406. 
Richland county, §§ 6451, 6452. 
Saluda county, §§ 6453, 6454. 
Scales, approach, § 6406. 
Sumter county, §§ 6402, 6455. 
Term, § 6402. ■ 
Testing of scales, § 6404. 
Trenton, § 6424-2. 
Vacancies, § 6404. 
Wagener, town of, § 6408. 
Williamsburg county, § 6456. 
York county, § 6426. 
Deductions. 
For bagging and ties, § 1286. 
For breakage or draft, abolished, § 

6386. 



From weight or price, § 1286. 



COTTON (Cont'd) 
Deposits of cotton under lien, without 

notifying warehousemen, § 6478. 
Factors. 
Failing to account, § 1283. 
Furnishing sworn statement on de- 
mand, § 1288. 
Fraudulent packing, § 1280. 
Fraudulent receipts, penalty. § 6475. 
Ginners, keeping books and number- 
ing bales, § 6398. 
Larceny from field, § 1172. 
Licensee, keep book, § 1285. 
Licenses. 

Traffic in long cotton, § 6400. 
Traffic in sea island cotton, § 6400. 
Traffic in seed cotton, §§ 1285, 6393- 
(l)-6393(4), 6407(1). 
Liens, disposal of cotton under prior 

lien, penalty, § 6478. 
Linters, not receivable for storage, § 

6469. 
Loans by banks on cotton stored in 

warehouses, § 7858. 
Long cotton, license to traffic in, § 

6400. 
Manufacturers of cotton goods, pay- 
ment of wages, § 7034-3. 
Mills. 

See Cotton Mills. 
Minimum size of bales, § 1287. 
Platforms. 

Cities between 20,000 and 50,000, § 

6458(1). 
Contracts for, § 6407. 
Five-day limit, § 6406. 
Public ginners. 
Book to be kept, § 6398. 
Numbering bales, § 6398. 
Railroads, classification, § 8303. 
Rates for storage, § 6387. 
Records. 
Cotton buyers, § 6397. 
Public ginners, § 6398. 
Refusal to accept bales weighing over 

300 pounds, §§ 1287, 6399. 
Sales, deductions for tare prescribed, 

§ 6386. 
Sea island cotton. 
License to traffic in, § 6400. 
Traffic in without license, § 6400. 
Seed cotton. 
Traffic in. 
At night prohibited, § 6393(3). 
Between Aug. 1 and Dec. 15 pro- 
hibited, § 6393(1). 
Penalties for violating regulations, 

§ 6393(4). 
Records of licensees, § 1285. 
Records to be kept, § 6393(2). 
Standard, United States standards 
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COTTON (Cont'd) 
State warehouse commissioner. 
Election, § 6466. 
Federal standards to be accepted, § 

6467. 
Insurance on stored cotton, § 6481. 
Member of board of exports and 

marketing, § 6676. 
Powers and duties, § 6468. 
Salary, § 6466. 
Suits by or against, § 6469. 
Term, § 6466. 
Vacancies, § 6466. 
Stealing from the field, § 1172. 
Storage, maximum rates, § 6387. 
Stored cotton, disposal or pledge with- 
out owner's consent, § 1210. 
Tare, prohibited except for bagging 

and ties, § 6386. 
Traffic in seed cotton, §§ 6393(1)- 

6393(4), 6394-6396, 6407-1. 
Traffic in unpacked lint cotton, § 6394. 
United States standards adopted, § 

6388. 
Unpacked lint cotton. 
Hours of sale, § 6394. 
Licenses for traffic in, § 6395. 
Traffic in. 
Between sunset and sunrise pro- 
hibited, § 6394. 
I Record to be kept, § 6396. 

Without license prohibited, § 6394. 
Wages, payment by cotton goods 
manufacturers, § 7034-3. 
Warehousemen. 

Issuance of fraudulent receipts, § 

6475. 
Issuing duplicate receipts, penalty, 

§ 6476. 
Priority of lien, § 6478. 
Use of cotton without owner's con- 
sent, § 7187. 
Damages for violation, § 7188. 
Warehouse receipts, issuing duplicate 

or additional, § 6476. 
Warehouse system. 

Appropriations, § 6482. 

Closing of warehouse, failing to pay 

insurance, § 6485. 
Delivery of cotton without receipt, § 

6479. 
Deposit of cotton under lien, § 6478. 
Establishment, § 6466. 
Export license, § 6489. 
Failure to cancel receipt, penalty, § 

6479. 
Fee for export license, § 6489. 
Fund, § 6483. 

Inspection of warehouses, § 6469. 
Insurance, failure to pay, § 6485. 
Insuring of stored cotton, § 6481. 



COTTON (Cont'd) 
Warehouse system (Cont'd) 

Liability against state prohibited, § 

6480. 
Lien, § 6469. 

Lien for insurance, storage, etc., § 
6478. 
Linters, not receivable for storage, § 

6478. 
Loans and sales, § 6484. 
Managers not to have cotton stored, 

§ 6473. 
Non-perishable farm products in- 
cluded, S 6486. 
Partial invalidity of article, § 6479. 
Powers conferred upon state depart- 
ment of agriculture, § 6466. 
Receipt books, § 6474. 
Receipts, § 6469. 
Duplicates, § 6476. 
Failure to cancel, § 6477. 
Fraudulent, § 6475. 
Numbering and signature, § 6474. 
Transfer, § 6469. 
Rent, § 6468. 
Self-sustaining, § 6471. 

Necessity of, § 6480. 
State insurance. 
Assessment of premiums, § 6493. 
Collection of premiums, § 6498. 
Duties of state warehouse commis- 
sioner, § 6492. 
Form of policy, § 6494. 
Individual risks, insuring of, § 6496. 
Premiums, disposition of, § 6497. 
Reinsurance, § 6495. 
Schedule of rates, § 6493. 
Storage, § 6469. 
Tags, requisites, § 6470. 
Weighing. 
Breakage charge, § 1281. 
In markets where public weigher 

elected, punishment, § 6404-1. 
Maximum charge, § 6387. 
Weight, deductions for tare, § 6386. 

COTTON MILLS 

See Textile Industries. 

Excessive docking prohibited, § 7033. 

Hours of labor, § 7033-5. 
Notice of to be posted, § 7033-5. 

Separation of white and Negro em- 
ployees, § 1272. 

COTTON SEED 

Planting in 1932 prohibited if certain 
other states enact similar legislation, 
§ 1288-A. 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

Traffic in, S§ 6393(l)-6393(4). 

COTTON SEED MEAL 

See Commercial Fertilizers. 



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COTTON SEED OIL COMPANIES 

Tax returns. §§ 2661, 2662. 

COTTON TEXTILE FACTORIES 

Separation of white and Negro em- 
ployees, § 1272. 

COTTON WAREHOUSE SYSTEM 

See Cotton. 

COTTON WEIGHERS 

See Cotton and the particular coun- 
ties, cities and towns. 

COUNCIL OF DEFENSE ACT, §§ 3472-1 
to 3472-9. 
Appointment, § 3472-3. 
Appropriation, § 3472-8. 
Compensation, § 3472-3. 
District councils of defense, § 3472-6. 
Duties, § 3472-4. 
Employees, § 3472-3. 
Expenditures, § 3472-7. 
Invalidity, § 3472-7. 
Local councils of defense, § 3472-5. 
Offices, § 3472-3. 
Powers, § 3472-4. 
Purpose, § 3472-2. 
Short title, § 3472-1. 
Supplies, § 3472-3. 
Time effective, § 3472-9. 

COUNSEL 

See Attorneys. 

COUNTERCLAIM 

See Pleading's. 

COUNTERFEITING 

Punishment, power of congress, Const. 
U. S. art. 1, § 8(6). 

Slot machines, operation without prop- 
er coin, § 1302. 

COUNTIES 

See also, the particular counties. 
Actions against. 
Death from defective highways, § 

5856. 
Survival of action, § 5858. 
Aid Carlisle Courtney Home, § 4976. 
Airports, §§ 7112-31 to 7112-42. 

See Aeronautics. 
Annexation, § 3026. 
Commission. 

Appointment by Governor, § 3039. 
Authority and duties, § 3039. 
Compensation, § 3039. 
Bankruptcy. 

Taking benefits and assuming bur- 
dens of acts of Congress relating 
to bankruptcy, § 7041-1. 



COUNTIES (Cont'd) 
Beneficiary cadets at the Citadel, ap- 
portionment, § 5777. 
Body corporate, § 2975; Const. '95, art. 

V, § 9. 
Bonded debt. 

See, also, the particular counties. 
Increase, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Limitations, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Exceptions, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Allendale county. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 5. 
Beaufort county, Const. '95, art. 

10, § 5. 
Chesterfield county. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 5. 
Clarendon county. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 5. 
Dorchester county, Const. '95, art. 

10, § 5. 
Laurens county. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 5. 
McCormick county, Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 5. 
Newberry county. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 5. 
Richland county. Const. '95, art. 

8, § 7, art. 10, § 5. 
Spartanburg county. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 5. 
Sumter county. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 5. 
York county, Const. '95, art. 10, 
§ 5. 
Refunding, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Bonds. 

See, also, the particular counties. 
Filing of record, § 8891. 
Incontestable, § 8892. 
Limitations on issuance. Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 6. 
Exceptions, Richland county, Const. 
'95, art. 10, § 6. 
Payable serially, §§ 7343, 7344. 
Refunding indebtedness, § 7319. 
Corporate authorities to issue, § 

7323. 
Issuance, § 7320. 
Limitations on amount, § 7319. 
Receivable for taxes, § 7322. 
Signature on bonds, § 7324. 
Taxes, § 7321. 
Reimbursement agreements, §§ 5937- 

5945. 
Retirement of, § 7344. 
Tax exemption, § 2578(27). 
Boundaries, Const. '95, art. 7, § 12. 
Abbeville county, § 2976. 
Aiken county, § 2977. 
Allendale county, § 2978. 
Alteration, procedure. Const. '95, ait. 
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COUNTIES (Cont'd) 
Boundaries (Cont'd) 
Anderson county, § 2979. 
Bamberg county, § 2980. 
Barnwell county, § 2981. 
Beaufort county, § 2982. 
Berkeley county, § 2983. 
Calhoun county, § 2984. 
Changing of, procedure, § 3038. 
Charleston county, § 2985. 
Cherokee county, § 2986. 
Chester county, § 2987. 
Chesterfield county, § 2988. 
Clarendon county, § 2989. 
Colleton county, § 2990. 
Darlington county, § 2991. 
Dillon county, § 2992. 
Dorchester county, § 2993. 
Edgefield county, § 2994. 
Fairfield county, § 2995. 
Florence county, § 2996. 
Georgetown county, § 2997. 
Greenville county, § 2998. 
Greenwood county, § 2999. 
Hampton county, § 3000. 
Horry county, § 3001. 
Jasper county, § 3002. 
Kershaw county, § 3003. 
Lancaster county, § 3004. 
Laurens county, § 3005. 
Lee county, § 3006. 
Lexington county, § 3007. 
McCormick county, § 3010. 
Marion county, § 3008. 
Marlboro county, § 3009. 
Newberry county, § 3011. 
Oconee county, § 3012. 
Orangeburg county, § 3013. 
Pickens county, § 3014. 
Richland county, § 3015. 
Saluda county, § 3016. 
Spartanburg county, § 3017. 
Sumter county, § 3018. 
Union county, § 3019. 
Williamsburg county, § 3020. 
York county, § 3021. 

Bridge districts, formation of author- 
ized, § 5844. 
Buildings. 

Insuring of, § 3023. 

Tax exemption, § 2578(8). 
Carlisle Courtney Home. 

Counties to aid in support of, § 4976. 

Payments to, § 4976. 
Census districts, division into, § 2263. 
Claims. 

See, also, the particular counties. 

Allowance and payment, § 3871. 

Entry in file book, § 3872. 

Limitations on presentment and pay- 
ment, § 3873. 



COUNTIES (Cont'd) 
Congressional districts. Const. '95, art. 

7, § 13. 
Consolidation. 
Election, Const. '95, art. 7, § 10. 
Procedure, § 3040. 
Conspiracy against political opponents, 

§ 1384. 
Convicts, hiring or leasing, § 3834(2). 
Corporate powers, § 2975. 
County courts. 
See County Courts, and the particu- 
lar counties. 
County lines, alteration, procedure, § 

3038; Const. '95, art. 7, § 7. 
County seat. Const. '95, art. 7, § 1. 

Removal, Const. '95, art. 7, § 8. 
Courthouse, moving of, § 3037. 
Defective highways. 
Actions for injuries, tender before 

action. § 5856. 
Death. 
Limit of recovery, § 5859. 
One action for, § 5859. 
Survival of action, § 5858. 
Defense council, § 3472-5. 
Election district, Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
County to constitute. Const. '95, art. 
7, § 9. 
Elections. 
Counties with cities of 6,000 to 6,500, 
§§ 2400-11 to 2400-31. 
Eminent domain. 
Acceptance of historical property, § 
3884-1. 
Federal prisoners, use on public works, 

§ 1943. 
Fees. 
Court fees, payment by treasurer, § 

3860. 
Officers in criminal proceeding, pay- 
ment, § 3870. 
Payment, § 3859. 
Fiscal year, time of commencement, § 

3869. 
Forfeited land commission, §§ 2167- 

2170, 2172. 
Funds. 
Deposited in bank, officers to account 
for, § 1577. 
Raised by taxation not subject to 

levy, § 3868, 
Safe-keeping, transfer, etc.. Const. 
'95. art. 10, § 12. 
Gasoline tax. 
Portion alloted to, § 2507. 
Use of proceeds, § 2507. 
Highway reimbursement agreements, 

§§ 5937-5944. 
Highways. 
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COUNTIES (Cont'd) 
Highways (Cont'd) 
Duties of county when highway con- 
structed with federal funds, § 
5866-1. 
State department and county author- 
ities close certain railroad cross- 
ings, § 5866-2. 
Tax to pay highway reimbursement 
obligations paid by highway de- 
partment, § 5925-12. 
Historical property. 

Acceptance, § 3884-1. 
Hospitals, public, §§ 5136-5147. 
House of correction for female con- 
victs, § 3851. 
Housing, §§ 5271-1 to 5271-104. 

See Housing. 
Indemnification of owners of buildings, 
etc., destroyed by mob, or riot, § 
1385. 
Damages not recoverable, when, § 
1386. 
Insurance. 
Public buildings, §§ 2180 to 2195. 
See Sinking Fund Commission. 
Investments authorized. 
Bonds of federal home loan bank, § 

9051-2. 
Bonds of Home Owners' Loan Cor- 
poration, § 9051-1. 
Shares in federal savings and loan 

associations, § 9051-2. 
Shares in state building and loan 
associations, § 9051-2. 
Judicial districts. Const. '95, art. 7, § 13. 
Junk yards. 
Motor vehicle junk yards in counties 
with city over 70,000, § 7140-1. 
Liability. 
Defective highways, § 5856. 
Lynching, § 3041. 
Limitation of actions. 

Services rendered for counties over 
85,000 people, § 396-1. 
Lines not to pass through city or town, 

Const. '95, art. 7, § 14. 
Loans. 
By county supervisors on credit of 

county, §§ 3881-3883. 
From sinking fund commission, §§ 
2143, 2144. 
Violations by county treasurers, § 
2144. 
Lynching, liable for, § 3041; Const. '95, 

art. 6, § 6. 
Manufactories, tax exemption. Const. 

'95, art. 8, § 8. 
Marketing. 
Counties may establish farm market- 
ing centers, § 5806-12. 



COUNTIES (Cont'd) 
Merit system. Rule under § 4996-2, 

Arts. I-XXn, pp. 71-87. 
See Merit System. 
New counties. Const. '95, art. 7, § 1. 
Alteration of county lines, Const. '95, 

art. 7, § 7. 
Area, Const. '95, art. 7, § 3. 

Taxable property and inhabitants 
of old county. Const. '95, art. 
7, § 4. 
Central width defined, § 3028. 
Commission. 

Composition, § 3029. 

Investigation of facts, § 3031. 

Report, § 3031. 
Commissioners, duties, § 3030. 
Creation on favorable election, § 3035. 
Cutting off section of old county. 

Const. '95, art. 7, § 2. 
Deposit of money by petitioners to 

pay costs, § 3026. 
Eight mile limit. Const. '95, art. 7, § 

5. 
Election, Const. "95, art. 7, §§ 1, 2. 

Canvass of returns, § 3034. 

Duties of commissioners, § 3034. 

Limitations, § 3036. 

Procedure, § 3033. 

Time between elections, § 3036. 

Time for, § 3032. 
Indebtedness of old county, appor- 
tionment. Const. '95, art. 7, § 6. 
Inhabitants, Const. '95, art. 7, § 3. 
Length and width, § 3028. 
Levy of tax in by auditor, § 3026. 
Limitations on size and shape, § 

3028. 
Manner of establishing. Const. '95, 

art. 7, § 1. 
Name and county seat. Const. '95, art. 

7, § 1. 
Petition. 

Reference by Governor to commis- 
sion, § 3027. 

Requisites, § 3025. 
Probate judge as public guardian, § 

8632. 
Special tax levy, § 3026. 
Survey, § 3030. 
Taxable property. Const. "95, art. 7, 

§ 3. 
Number, § 2975. 
Parks, §§ 9303 to 9320-1. 

See Parks and Recreational Centers. 
Poor laws. Const. '95, art. 12, § 3. 
Property of, § 3022. 
Exempt from attachment, levy and 

sale, § 3024. 
Prosecution against by person injured 

by conspiracy, § 1384. 
Public hospitals, §§ 5136-5147. 



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COUNTIES (Cont'd) 
Public libraries, §S 5502-5512. 
Quarterly reports, failure of county su- 
pervisors and commissioners to pub- 
lish, penalty, § 3827-1. 
Records. 
Delivery of obsolete records to Uni- 
versity of South Carolina, § 5729-1. 
Reimbursement agreements with state 

highway department, § 2510. 
Report of obligations to comptroller, §§ 

7332-7341. 
Revenue bond refinancing act, §§ 9286 
to 9302. 
See Revenue Bond Refinancing Act. 
School districts. 

Consolidation of districts in adjoin- 
ing counties, § 5342. 
Division into, § 5319; Const. '95, art. 
11, § 5. 
Seal, § 3857. 
Sewerage. 
Development in counties with city 
over 70,000, § 5053. 
Sinking fund commission. 
Cooperation in handling funds, § 
2146-1. 
Supplies. 
Use of supplies produced in state, § 
3079-3. 
Taxes. 
Assessment. 

County with city over 60,000, §§ 

2752-2758, 2759-2765. 
Same as for state taxes. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 13. 
Upon abutting property for roads, 
Const. '95, art. 10, § 13A. 
Assessment and equalization of prop- 
eity in counties with cities over 
65,000, §§ 2752-2758, 2760-2764. 
Authorized, Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Exemption of manufactories. Const. 

'95, art. 8, § 8. 
Exemption, public property, Const. 

'95, art. 10, § 4. 
Funds not subject to levy, § 3868. 
Limitations of, Const. '95, art. 10, § 

6. 
Public libraries, §§ 5502-5509. 
Townships, Const. '95, art. 7, § 11. 

Change of name, § 3880. 
Tuberculosis camps, §§ 5136-5147. 
University of South Carolina. 
County officers deliver obsolete 
records, § 5729-1. 
Vacancy, counties 101,060 to 117,000, § 

3095-1. 
Veterans hospital, gift Of land to fed- 
eral government, § 5148. 
Voting precincts, location and names, 
§ 2296. 



COUNTIES (Cont'd) 

101,060 to 117,000 

Failure of governor to make appoint- 
ments, § 3095-1. 

COUNTS 

See Indictments and Informations. 

COUNTY ATTORNEYS 

See Solicitors. 

See. also, the particular counties. 
Abatement of nuisances, § 580. 

COUNTY AUDITORS 

See. also, the particular counties. 
Appointment, § 2698. 

By Governor with advice and con- 
sent of senate, § 3093. 
Bond, § 2698. 
Books, papers, etc.. failure to turn over 

to successor, S 1562. 
Deeds, indorsement, prerequisites to re- 
cording, S 3634. 
Discount of teachers" pav certificates, 

S 5370. 
Exercise of office without authority, § 

1562. 
Fees. § 4960. 

Conveyances, entry and endorse- 
ment. § 2727. 

Drainage assessments, § 6217. 
Fines and license books, § 3985. 
Forfeited land commission, member of, 

§ 2167. 
Jury commissioner, duties as, §§ 607- 

6i9. 
Monthlj' statement by sheriffs. § 3544. 
Neglect of duty, penalty. S 1562. 
Oath, § 2698. 

Right to compel, § 1718. 
Poll tax. 

Report of polls, etc., § 1566. 

Report to county superintendent of 
education, § 5364. 
Record of affidavit of inability to pay 

tuition, § 5702. 
Refusal to appear before, § 1719. 
Register of mesne conveyances, coun- 
ty auditor to act in case of vacancy, § 

3637. 
Reports. 

By clerk of court of moneys collect- 
ed, § 3612. 

Sheriff, § 1539. 

Uniform blanks to be used, § 2134. 
Returns, time for making, § 2703. 

Payment by comptroller general, § 
3156. 
Settlements with treasurer, §§ 2797- 

2802. 
Sinking fund commission, purchase 

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COUNTY AUDITORS (Cont'd) 
Suspension and removal, § 2701. 
Taxation. 
Abatement book, § 2734. 
Abstract of duplicate sent to comp- 
troller general, § 2728. 
Action against, § 2812. 
Action of not reviewable by court, 

§ 2724. 
Additions or deductions from valua- 
tion, § 2749. 
Administration of oath, § 2730. 
Answer of inquiries from comptroller 

general, § 2729. 
Apportionment of taxes on lands 

transferred after assessment, § 2775. 
Assessments, § 2715. 

Copies from books by municipal 
authorities, § 2750. 
Certificate of returns forwarded to, 

§ 2662. 
Collection of taxes on property not 

listed, § 2834. 
Correction of errors, § 2727. 
County duplicate, § 2713. 
Delinquent taxes, penalties, § 2782. 
Description of real property, § 2709. 
Discovery of unreturned property, § 

2742. 
Entry of taxes on county duplicates, 

§ 2717. 
Examination of buildings, etc., § 2710. 
Examination of person evading or 
falsifying returns, § 2719. 

Costs and fees, § 2721. 

Expenses, § 2722. 
Forms and instructions, § 2731. 
Inspection of books of, § 2735. 
List of unreturned property, § 2742. 
Listing. 

Personal property not listed, § 2706. 

Where business begun after Janu- 
ary 1st, § 2694. 
Lists. 

Exemption, § 2711. 

Furnished to assessors, § 2746. 

Persons returning real and per- 
sonal property, § 2704. 

Real estate not previously listed, 
§ 2705. 
Notice from comptroller general of 

returns, state returns, § 2714. 
Notice of rate, percentum, § 2495. 
Nulla bona tax executions, § 2152. 
Omission of real property, proce- 
dure, § 2718. 
Property off tax books, § 2174. 
Property unreturned, to seek for, § 

§ 2742. 
Receiving returns and assessing 

taxes, § 2702. 



COUNTY AUDITORS (Cont'd) 
Taxation (Cont'd) 
Records of sales and conveyances, § 

2727. 
Reports. 
Poll tax, § 2708. 

Telegraph, etc., companies, § 2650. 
Failure to make, § 2653. 
Returns. 
Destruction after five years, § 2733. 
Preservation and destruction, § 

2733. 
Remarks on, § 2706. 
Time for making, § 2703. 
Returns to, § 5363. 

By railroads, § 2637. 
School district to be stated, § 2707. 
Settlement of tax executions, § 2151. 
Settlement with county treasurer, § 

2797-2806. 
Tax books, making of, § 2712. 
Visitation by comptroller general, § 
2732. 
Term, § 2698. 
Turn over books, etc., to successor, § 

1562. 
Vacancy in office, § 3093. 
Counties with city over 60,000, § 
2700. 

COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

See Schools and School Districts, and 
the particular counties. 

COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION 

See Taxes and Taxation. 
Appointment, etc., § 2737. 
Members, neglect of duty, penalty, § 

1562. 

COUNTY BOARDS OF COMMISSION- 
ERS 

See County Supervisors. 

See, also, the particular counties. 
Accounts audited and allowed, cer- 
tified copies, § 3875. 
Aid in support of Carlisle Courtney 

Home, § 4976. 
Alterations and additions to jails and 

court houses, § 1955. 
Annual meeting, § 3869. 
Appropriations for co-operation in live 
s stock sanitation, § 5806-41. 
Approval of sheriffs, coroners, etc., 

fees, § 3861. 
Approved claims, duplicate copies, § 

3828. 
Bastards, apprenticeship of, §§ 3852, 

3853. 
Bloodhounds, purchase of, § 1958. 
Bonds, § 3822. 

Examine officers' bonds, § 3053. 



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COUNTY BOARDS OF COMMISSION- 
ERS (Cont'd) 
Bookkeeping system, comptroller gen- 
eral to prescribe form, § 3876. 
Bridges, supervision of construction 

and repair, S§ 5842, 5843. 
Certificates of indebtedness, issuance 

prohibited, § 1567. 
Chaingangs, convicts, medical atten- 
tion, § 3847. 
Chairman. 

Governing board of combined in- 
stitution for paupers, § 4973. 

Service on Forfeited Land Commis- 
sion, § 2167. 
Claims. 

Accounts, etc., against county, ap- 
proval and payment, §§ 3825, 3871. 

Entry in file book, § 3872. 

Itemized and verified, § 3871. 

Limitations on, § 3873. 
Claims audited and allowed, manner 

of keeping account of, § 3876. 
Clerk, duties and salary, § 3823. 
Clothing, § 3845. 
Composition, § 3821. 
Condemnation for bridge keeper's 

house, § 5849. 
Condemnation for waterways, § 6027. 
Constables, deductions from salary, § 

3861. 
Convicts, care and management of, §§ 

1036, 1960-1(1), 1960-1(2), 1960-6, 

3834-3839, 3841-3847. 
Cotton weighers, removal, § 6404. 
County board of education to be fur- 
nished with office, furniture, etc., § 

5308. 
Estimate of county expenses, § 3864. 
Estrays, S§ 6273, 6275. 
Extra allowance to salaried officers 

prohibited, § 3879. 
Fees and claims, payment of, §§ 3859- 

3876. 
Ferries, granting charters, etc., §§ 6043- 

6047. 

Hawkers and peddlers, license fees, § 
7121. 

Highways. 
Contract system of working roads, § 

5836. 
Control and supervision, § 5812. 

Highways and bridges, supervision of 
repair, § 5808. 

House of correction for female con- 
victs, S 3851. 

Magistrates. 
Auditing accounts of, § 3719. 
Submission of dockets, § 3730. 

Mobs or riots, prosecution of offend- 
ers, § 1388. 



COUNTY BOARDS OF COMMISSION- 
ERS (Cont'd) 

Navigable streams, powers over. § 
6011. 

Oaths, power to administer, § 3829. 

Office room, furniture, stationery, etc., 
to county officers, § 3877. 

Orders on county treasurer, manner 
of drawing, § 3874. 

Paupers, control of property of, § 3850. 

Poor children, apprenticeship of, § 
3852. 

Poorhouse and farm. 
Claims, presentment and payment, § 
3855. 

Contracts relative to, § 3854. 
Overseers of, § 4966. 
Provision for, § 3848. 
Report of inmates and condition, § 

3856. 
Rules and regulations, §§ 3849, 4966. 

Probate court. 

Furniture, etc., § 238. 
Quarterly reports, failure to publish, 
§ 3827-1. 

Railroad crossings, § 8433. 
At highways, §§ 8431, 8432. 

Railroads, highways across, § 8434. 

Record of proceedings open to inspec- 
tion, § 3867. 

Reports, § 3824. 
By county treasurer, § 2778. 
To comptroller general, § 2132. 
To legislative delegations, § 3828. 

Rooms for courts and officers, § 3878. 

Sales to county by corporation in 
which commissioners own stock pro- 
hibited, § 1574. 

Sales to county by, prohibited, § 1574. 

State hospital, failure to remove pa- 
tients from, § 6249-1. 

Taxes, special tax for roads, § 5838. 

Terms, § 3821. 

Township commissioners, chairman, 
power to administer oaths, § 3830. 

Townships, changing name of, § 3880. 

Veterans hospital, gift of land to fed- 
eral government, § 5148. 

Water courses and cuts, powers over, 
§§ 6011-6020, 1772-11, 6022-6025. 

Waterways, condemnation, § 6027. 

COUNTY BOARDS OF EDUCATION 

See Schools and School Districts. 
See, also, the particular counties. 

COUNTY CHAINGANGS 

See Chaingangs, and the particular 
counties. 

COUNTY CLERKS 

See Clerks of Court, and the par- 
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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

See County Boards of Commission- 
ers, and the particular counties. 

COUNTY COURTS 

See, also, the particular counties. 
Appeals from to circuit courts, proce- 
dure, § 81. 
Bailiffs, salary, § 92. 
Board of jury commissioners, § 88. 
Charleston county, §§ 276-288. 

See, also, Charleston County. 
Clerk of circuit court ex-officio clerk, 

§ 90. 
Counties excepted from provisions, § 

101. 
Court of record, § 78. 
Criminal cases, tried without present- 
ment or information, when, § 79. 
Establishment, § 9; Const. '95, art. 5, 
§ 1. 

Procedure, §§ 75, 76. 
Florence county, §§ 102-116. 

See, also, Florence County. 
General laws of circuit courts to ap- 
ply, § 80. 
Grand jury, § 87. 

See, also, Greenville County. 
Judge. 

Appointment of bailiffs by, § 92. 

Appointment of stenographers, § 
100. 

Election, term of office, § 84. 

Jurisdiction, § 85. 

Prohibited from practicing, when, § 

■ 99. 

Salary, § 98. 
Jurisdiction, § 77. 

Presumption in favor of, § 78. 
Jurors. 

Compensation, § 93. 

Peremptory challenges, number, § 

82. 
Jury. 

How drawn, § 88. 

Petit, six persons, § 83. 

Trial without jury, § 83. 
Magistrates. 

Civil, jurisdiction abolished, § 95. 

Criminal jurisdiction abolished, ex- 
ceptions, § 94. 

Duties where county courts estab- 
lished, §§ 94, 95. 
Orangeburg county, §§ 141-163. 

See, also, Orangeburg County. 
Pleadings, form, same as in circuit 

court, § 79. 
Procedure and practice, same as in 

circuit courts, § 79. 
Richland county, !i;5 164-181. 

See, also, Richland County. 
Sheriff, duties, compensation, § 91. 



COUNTY COURTS (Cont'd) 
Solicitor. 

Appointment, etc., § 97. 

Duties, §§ 89, 97. 

Prohibited from practicing, when, 
§ 99. 

Salary, § 98. 
Spartanburg county, §§ 182-204. 

See, also, Spartanburg County. 
Stenographer, appointment, salary, § 

100. 
Terms of, § 86. 
Witnesses, compensation, § 93. 

COUNTY DEMONSTRATION AGENT 

Employment, § 5806-11. 

COUNTY DIRECTORS 

See the particular counties. 

COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATIONS 

Tax exempt, § 2578(35). 

COUNTY FAIRS 

Educational exhibits provided for, § 
3247. 
Demonstrators, § 3248. 
Expenditure of funds, § 3249. 

COUNTY GOVERNMENT 

See, also, the particular counties. 
Abbeville county, §§ 3885-3894. 3896- 

3902. 
Aiken county. §§ 3903-3905, 3913-3921; 

3936. 5517, 5517-4. 
Allendale county, §§ 3942-3945, 3949- 

3953, 3955. 
Anderson county, §§ 3963-3965, 3967, 

3968, 3791, 3791-1. 
Bamberg county, §§ 3972-3986, 5527. 
Barnwell county. §§ 3993-4019. 
Beaufort county. §§ 4021, 4022, 4024- 

4027, 4029-4035. 
Berkeley county, §§ 4036-4040, 4042, 

4047, 4055, 4057-4059. 4061, 4062. 
Charleston county. §§ 3518(f), 4070- 

4075, 5860. 
Cherokee county, §§ 4078-4120, 5055-9. 
Chester county, §§ 4123-4130, 4132- 

4137, 5553-1. 
Chesterfield county, §§ 4139-4144, 4147, 

4148. 
Clarendon county, §§ 4149-4162, 4165- 

4186. 
Colleton county, §§ 4187-4200, 4203, 

4209, 4210, 4224. 
County supervisor, chaingang appor- 
tionment of work among townships, 

§ 4300. 
Darlington county, §§ 4232-4235, 4240. 

4242, 4248, 4249. 
Dillon county, §§ 4254-4268. 



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COUNTY GOVERNMENT (Cont'd) 
Dorchester county, S§ 4270-4273, 4276- 

4292. 5056-3. 
Edgefield county, §§ 4300-4306. 
Fairfield county, §S 4308, 4311-4319, 

4322-4328, 4331-4350. 
Florence county, SS 4366-4372. 
Georgetown county, §§ 2698, 2769, 

3672, 4373-4397, 4401-4404, 5301. 
Greenville county, §§ 4406-4440, 4449. 
Greenwood county, §§ 4450-4467. 
Hampton county, §§ 4468-4489. 
Horry county, §§ 4493, 4497-4499, 4502. 
Jasper county, §§ 4505-4509. 
Kershaw county, S§ 4512-4519, 4521- 

4528, 5611-2. 
Lancaster county, §§ 4533-4541, 4543- 

4550, 4552-4558, 4560, 4562-4568. 
Laurens county, § 4574. 
Lee county, §§ 4576, 4577, 4579-4581. 
Lexington county, §§ 2870(1), 4582- 

4596. 
McCormick county, §§ 4637-4641, 5626, 

5627-1. 
Marion county, §§ 2872-2, 4598-4601, 

461G, 4617. 
Marlboro county, §§ 4823-4626, 4628- 

4636. 
Newberry county, §§ 4645-4666-1, 4668- 

4372, 4674-4683. 
Oconee county, §§ 4685-4690, 469'2, 

5640-2. 
Orangeburg county, S§ 4695-4723. 
Pickens county, §§ 4723-4725, 4727, 

4728. 
Richland county, §§ 4732(l)-4732(4), 

4734-4738. 
Saluda county, §§ 4739-4742, 4744-4753. 
Spartanburg county, §§ 3869, 4755, 4756, 

4759, 4761, 4771-4777, 5057-4. 
Sumter county, §§ 4783-4810. 
Union county, §§ 4813-4825, 4831-4873. 
Williamsburg county, §§ 4874-4893. 
York county, §§ 4908-4912. 

COUNTY HIGHWAYS 

See Highways, and the particular 
counties. 

COUNTY JAILS 

See .Tails and Jailers. 

COUNTY MANAGERS 

Barnwell county. 
Term, § 3992. 

COUNTY OFFICERS 

See the titles of the particular county 

officers. 
See also, the particular counties. 
Books of account, S 3078. 



COUNTY OFFICERS (Cont'd) 
County treasurer. 

Charge off of losses in any county 
office on consent of comptroller 
general, § 2805. 
Depositing private funds with county 

funds, § 3184. 
Election. 

Record of officers elected, § 2329. 

Time of, S§ 2350, 2351. 
Examination of books, etc., by state 

bank examiner, § 3222.2. 
Failure to keep record of fees, § 3078. 
Misconduct, neglect of duty, etc., re- 
moval, § 1515. 
Oath, additional oath, § 3044. 
Office room, stationery, etc., § 3877. 
Official bonds. 

Examination of, § 3053. 

Recording, § 3051. 
Passes. 

Acceptance of unlawful, § 1234. 

Offering of, § 1235. 
Record of fees and cost, failure to 

keep, § 3078. 
Rebates, commission, etc., collecting or 

receiving, § 1254. 
Removal, misconduct, etc., § 1515. 
Salaries. 

See the particular counties. 
Special laws, fixing compensation of 

prohibited. Const. '95, art. 3, § 34. 
Term, S 3072. 
Vacancy, appointment by Governor, §§ 

2351, 3094. 

COUNTY PHYSICIAN 

See the particular counties. 

COUNTY POLICE 

See Rural Police, and the particular 
counties. 

COUNTY SEAT 

Failure of passenger trains to stop at, 

§ 8401. 
New counties. Const. '95, art. 7, § 1. 
Passenger trains to stop at, § 8401. 
Removal, Const. '95, art. 7, § 8. 

COUNTY SOLICITORS 

See Solicitors. 

COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS OF 
EDUCATION 

See Schools and School Districts, and 
the particular counties. 

COUNTY SUPERVISORS 

See County Boards of Commission- 
ers. 
See, also, the particular counties. 



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COUNTY SUPERVISORS (Cont'd) 

Accounts audited and allowed, certi- 
fied copies, § 3875. 

Aid in support of Carlisle Courtney 
Home, § 4976. 

Approved claims, duplicate copies, § 
3828. 

Board of county commissioners, chair- 
man. § 3867. 

Bond. § 3820. 

Chaingangs. control of, § 3835. 

Convicts. 
Clothing. S 3845. 
Commission to penitentiary or jail, § 

3846. 
Dieting of. § 3844, 
Exchange of convict labor, § 3839. 
Hiring to another county, § 3830. 

Convicts from penitentiary, use of, § 
1992. 

County superintendents of education, 
restrictions on payment of salaries 
to, § 5352. 

Defaults, action on bond, § 3864. 

Election, § 3818. 
Time of, § 2350. 

Fees. 
Approval by county board of com- 
missioners, § 3861. 
Examination of railroad crossings, § 
8383. 

Fees and claims, payment, §§ 3859- 
3876. 

Governing board of combined institu- 
tion for paupers, § 4973. 

Highways. 
Contract system of working roads, § 

5836. 
Control and supervision, § 5812. 
File application to excavate in or 
across road not in highway system, 
§ 5853-1. 

Highways and bridges, repair, § 5808. 

Jurisdiction, § 3819. 

Lists of magistrates and fines collect- 
ed, publication, § 3724. 

Loans in certain counties, § 3881. 

Member of county board of commis- 
sioners, § 3821. 

Neglect of duty. 

Action on bond, § 3865. 
As to railroad crossings, penalty, § 
8386. 

Oaths, authority to administer, § 3819. 
Publishing list of magistrates and fines 

collected, § 3724. 
Railroad crossings. 

Appeal from action of supervisor, § 
8381. 

Com^pliance with supervisor's order, § 
8382. 



COUNTY SUPERVISORS (Cont'd) 
Railroad crossings (Cont'd) 
Examination, § 8378. 

Reports, § 8383. 
Flagmen, § 8380. 
Neglect of duty, § 8386. 
Record of duties performed, § 8384. 
Sign boards, supervision, § 8385. 
Unsafe, powers, § 8379. 
Record of proceedings of board of 

county commissioners, § 3867. 
Reports. 
County officers, § 3863. 
Examination of railroad crossings, § 

8383. 
Failure to publish, § 3827-1. 
Peace officers in certain counties, § 

3790(1). 
Publication, § 3827. 
Rural policeman in certain counties, 
§ 3790(1). 
Condition precedent to payment of 
salaries, § 3790(2). 
Salaries of county superintendents of 
education, restrictions on payment, 
§ 5352. 
Salaries paid quarterly, § 3866. 
Sales to county by corporation in 
which supervisor owns stock, prohib- 



ited, 



1574. 



Sales to county by, prohibited, § 1574. 

School claims, borrowing of money to 
pay, § 5371. 

Seal of county, adoption, § 3857. 

Settlements with by county officers, § 
3863. 

Statement of claims audited, publica- 
tion, § 3827. 

Term, § 3818. 

COUNTY TREASURERS 

See, also, the particular counties. 
Accounts of, § 2776. 
Actions by taxpayer against, §§ 2808- 

2814. 
Annual settlements, §§ 2797-2802. 
Appointment, § 2769. 

By Governor with consent of senate, 
§ 3093. 
Assessments for salaries of railroad 

commissioners, collection, §§ 8292-11, 

8543. 
Bond, § 2769. 
Books, papers, etc., failure to turn over 

to successor, § 1562. 
Commission. 

For paying school funds, penalty, § 
2780-2. 

In certain counties, § 3203. 
Compensation, collecting and disburs- 
ing school moneys, Const. '95, art. 11, 

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COUNTY TREASURERS (Cont'd) 
Comptroller general. 

Charge off of losses of public funds 
on consent of, § 2805. 
County officers. 

Charge off of losses in any county 
office on consent of comptroller 
general, § 2805. 
Defaulting. 

Proceedings against by comptroller 
general, § 3152. 

Procedure against by state treasur- 
er, § 3168. 

Report by state treasurer to general 
assembly, § 3170. 
Deposit of state funds, statute inappli- 
cable, § 3188. 
Deposit of surplus funds at interest, 

§ 2780. 
Deposits for collection by bank, § 7846. 
Discount of teachers' pay certificates, 

penalty, § 5370. 
Drainage assessments, collection, § 

6215. 
Drainage funds, care and disburse- 
ment, §§ 6211-6213. 
Drainage tax, collection, § 6175. 
Dog tax, duties, §§ 2611, 2614. 
Exercise of office without authority, § 

1562. 
Federal prisoners, portion of charge for 

keeping turned over to, § 4951. 
Foes, §§ 2819, 6217. 

Drainage assessments, § 6217. 
■Fish, oysters, etc., duties, §§ 3373, 3411. 
Forfeited land commission, member 

of, § 2167. 
General cash account, failure to keep, 

S 1569. 
Interest charged by state treasurer on 

failure to pay taxes, § 3169. 
Jury commissioner, duties as, §§ 607- 

619. 
Loans. 

Non-payment, penalty, § 2144. 

Payment of, § 2142. 

School claims, § 5371. 
Neglect of duty, penalty, § 1562. 
Oath, § 2769. 

Orders on by county boards of com- 
missioners, § 3874. 
Poll tax. 

Collection and expenditure, § 5365. 

Monthly report to school commis- 
sioner, § 2780-1. 

Report of persons paying, § 5366. 

Retention, § 5365. 
Receipts, officers to turn over stubs, § 

2836. 
Record of fines in, magistrates courts, 

§ 3729. 



COUNTY TREASURERS (Cont'd) 
Reports. 
Clerk of court, § 3612. 
Forms, § 2134. 
Sheriff, § 1539. 

To comptroller general, § 2779. 
To county boards of commissioners, 

§ 2778. 
To county superintendents of educa- 
tion, §§ 2780-1, 2778, 5305, 5366- 
5367. 
To court, § 2781. 
To general sessions, § 2781. 
Uniform blanks to be used, § 2134. 
Salaries of county superintendents of 
education, restrictions on payment, § 
5352. 
School claims, borrowing of money to 

pay, § 5371. 
School district bond funds, deposit of, 

§ 5339. 
School funds. 
Disbursement, § 5305. 
Manner of disbursing, § 5368. 
Unexpended balances to be carried 
forward, § 5369. 
School funds and taxes, report of col- 
lections and disbursements, § 5367. 
Settlements with, comptroller general 

to record abstract of, § 3145. 
Sheriff. 
Fee for dieting federal prisoners, § 

4951. 
Monthly statement, § 3544. 
Settlement every 60 days, § 3547. 
Shipwrecks, delivery of goods to, § 

6289. 
Solicitors to turn over costs of defend- 
ants, § 3127. 
State funds, section requiring deposits 
with state treasury inapplicable, § 
3188. 
Successor, books, money, etc., turned 
over to, §§ 1562, 3069. 
Suspension and removal, § 2770. 
Taxation. 
Account with school districts, § 2776. 
Actions against. 

Attorney general to defend, §§ 

2812, 2814. 
Counsel's fee and expenses, § 2812. 
Recovery not to exceed value of 
property, § 2813. 
Charge off of losses of public funds, 

§ 2805. 
Collection, § 2774. 
Attendance at convenient places, § 
2773. 
Delinquent taxes, collection, penal- 
ties, § 2782. 
Deposit of surplus funds, § 2780. 



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COUNTY TREASURERS (Cont'd) 
Taxation (Cont'd) 
Duty when property about to be re- 
moved. § 2571. 
Executions. 

Duplicates. § 2833. 

Issuance, § 2818. 
Failure to pay taxes, interest charge- 
able, g 3169. 
Fees. § 2819. 

Dog tax. § 2614. 
General cash acoucnt, § 2776. 
Moneys collected forwarded to state 

treasurer, § 2777. 
NuUa bona tax executions, § 2152. 
Office hours, § 2772. 
Owner of chattel residing in another 

county, § 2787. 
Payment to by sheriff of taxes col- 
lected. § 3547. 
Poll tax. 

Account of, § 1563. 

Monthly report, § 2780-1. 
Property about to be removed, § 

2571. 
Property transferred after return, 

apportionment of taxes, § 2775. 
Receipt of taxes, § 2772. 
Reports to. 

Comptroller general, § 2779. 

County board of commissioners, § 
2778. 

County superintendent of educa- 
tion, § 2778. 

School commissioner, § 2780-1. 
Settlement of tax executions, § 2151. 
Settlement with county auditor. 

Copy of report, § 2803. 

County superintendents of educa- 
tion, notice to. § 2799. 

Date fixed, § 2801. 

Foreman 'of grand jury, notice to, 

§ 2800. 
Irregularities, etc., § 2804. 
Method, § 2797. 
Notice, §§ 2799, 2800. 
Remedy when charged with tax not 

paid, § 2798. 

Settlement sheets, signatures, § 

2802. 
Time for, § 2797. 

Visitation by comptroller general, § 
2732. 

Terms, § 2769. 
Vacancies, § 3093. 

Violations of provisions as to loans 
from sinking fund commission, § 2144. 

COURTESY 
Tenancy by abolished, § 8577. 



COURT FOR TRIAL OF IMPEACH- 
MENTS 

Establishment, § 9. 

COURT HOUSES 

Alterations by county boards of com- 
missioners, § 1955. 

Buildings, erection on court house 
grounds, prohibited, § 1957. 

Burning, punishment, § 1133. 

Clerk of court to have charge, § 3584. 

Fences, erection on court house 
grounds prohibited, § 1957. 

Flags. 
Display of state flag, § 570B. 
Expense, § 5703. 

Grounds, erection of buildings and 
fences on prohibited, § 1957. 

Injuring. 
In Chester county, § 1175. 
In Marion and Pickens counties, § 

1176. 
Penalty, § 1177. 

Inspection by board of health, § 5020. 

Moving of. procedure. § 3037. 

Penalty to clerk for keeping open at 
night. § 3584. 

Reconstruction or repair, accommoda- 
tions for courts and officers, § 3878. 

Tax exemption, § 2578. 

Walls, erection on court house grounds 
prohibited, § 1957. 

WiUful injury or destruction of, § 1177. 

COURT MARTIAL 

Defense force. § 2966-15. 

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS 
See Common Pleas. 

COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS 

See General Sessions. 

COURT OF PROBATE 
See Probate Court. 

COURT RULES 

Circuit courts. 

See Circuit Court Rules. 
Federal district courts. 

See separate index in Volume I, pages 
1231-1236. 
Probate courts. 

See Probate Court Rules. 
Supreme Court. 

See Supreme Court Rules. 

COURTS 

See Clerks of Courts; Judges. 
See, also, the particular courts. 
Amendment of pleadings and process. § 



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COURTS (Cont'd) 
Argument of counsel, limited to two 

hours, § 325. 
Attendants exempt from arrest, excep- 
tions, § 338. 
Breach of peace within hearing, § 340. 
Circuit courts. 

See Circuit Courts. 
Common pleas. 

See Common Pleas. 
Contempt, hearing, § 339. 
County courts. 

See County Courts, and the particu- 
lar counties. 
Decision. 

On trial by court, requisites, § 649. 

When filed. Const. '95, art. 5, § 17. 
Declaratory judgments, § 660. 
Deposit of money, etc., in court, § 584. 
Disposition of pending matter, Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 34. 
Domestic relations courts. 

Counties with city over 70,000, §§ 
256-1 to 256-79. 
See Domestic Relations Court. 
Enumeration, § 9. 
Establishment authorized. Const. '95, 

art. 5, § 1. 
Examining courts, magistrates as. 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 21. 
Failure to sit at appointed time, effect, 

§ 345. 
General sesisons. 

See General Sessions. 
Inferior to Supreme Court of United 

States, power of Congress to create, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(9). 
Issues triable by court, §§ 593, 594. 
Judges to meet and make general rules, 

§§ 904, 905. 
Judgment for sum admitted due, § 584. 
Judicial districts, Const. '95, art. 5, § 

13, art. 7, § 13. 
Judicial power of United States, extent 

of. Const. U. S. art. 3, § 2. 
Jurisdiction. 

Acquired by service of summons, § 
441. 

Generally, § 10. 

Objection. 

Notice, §§ 464-466. 
Procedure, § 463. 
Jury. 

See Jury and Jurors. 
Juvenile. 

See Infants. 
Magistrates. 

See Magistrates. 
Matters now pending, Const. '95, art. 

5, § 34. 
Mayors. 

See Municipal Corporations. 



COURTS (Cont'd) 

Minors, payment of money to. when, § 
350. 

Moneys deposited in lieu of bond, etc., 
§§ 347, 348. 

Municipal. 
See Municipal Courts. 

Municipal and inferior courts, estab- 
lishment. Const. '95, art. 5, § 1. 

Officers. 

Officers. 
Dress, Cir. Ct. rule 8. 
Ineligible as bail, § 3526. 
Prohibited from becoming sureties. 
Sup. Ct. rule 13; Cir. Ct. rule 9. 

Order of disposing of issues on the cal- 
endar, § 598. 

Parties, bringing in necessary parties, 
§ 409. 

Pending matter, disposition of. Const. 
'95, art. 5, § 34. 

Pleading, court furnished with copy, § 
600. 

Probate. 
See Probate Courts. 

Provisional remedies, § 584. 

Publicity of. Const. '95, art. 1, § 15. 

Receivers, appointment, etc., § 584. 

Recorders, cities between 20,000 and 
50,000, §§ 7641-7650. 

Reference, §§ 652-656. 
Ascertain damages, § 584(11). 
Report, § 351. 

Removal of causes. Const. '95, art. 17, 
§ 6. 
To federal courts, Cir. Ct. rule 74. 

Reports of decisions of courts of for- 
eign states, admissibility, § 716. 

Rules. 
Circuit courts. 

See Circuit Court Rules. 
Probate courts. 

See Probate Court Rules. 
Supreme Court. 
See Supreme Court Rules. 

Speedy remedy for wrongs, Const. '95, 
art. 1, § 15. 

Submitting a controversy without ac- 
tion, §§ 668, 669. 

Summons. 
Copy furnished to court, § 600. 
Order for publication, § 436. 

Supreme. 

See Supreme Court. 
Trial by court. 
Decision, requisites, § 649. 

650. 
Exceptions, how and when taken, § 
Issues triable by court, §§ 593, 594. 
Judgment on issue of law, procedure, 
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COURTS (Cont'd) 
United States, actions in name of, by 

appointed person, § 336. 
Vacancies, Const. '95, art. 5, § 11. 
Vacating or modifying orders made out 

of court, § 772. 

COURTS MARTIAL 

See Militia. 

COVENANTS 

Actions on, measure of damages, § 
8865. 

COVERTURE 

See Husband and Wife. 

COWPENS, TOWN OF 

Fiscal year, § 7675-23. 
Taxes, § 7675-23. 
Town council, § 7675-23. 
Water and sewerage commission abol- 
ished. § 7675-22. 

COWS 

See Animals: Estrays; Live Stock. 
COYOTES 

Bounty for destruction in Chester 

county, § 1802-1. 
Bringing into state, § 1782-6. 
Killing or trapping permitted, § 1782-6. 
Releasing within states, § 1782-6. 

CRANBERRIES 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

CREAM 

Cans, unlawful traffic in, § 5129-12. 
Inspection, § 5129. 

Purchasers on butter-fat basis to re- 
tain sample, § 5129. 

CREDITORS 

See Assignments for Benefit of Cred- 
itors: Debtor and Creditor. 

CREDIT UNIONS 

See Co-operative Credit Unions. 
CRIB 

Burning, punishment, § 1134. 
CRIERS, § 3518. 

CRIMES 

See, also, the particular crimes. 

Aeronaut or passenger, committed by 
or against, § 7106. 

Capital crimes, presentment or indict- 
ment of grand jury, necessity of, 
Const. U. S. amend. 5. 

Election laws, crimes against, Const. 
'95. art. 2, § 5. 



CRIMES (Cont'd) 

Felonies, suspended sentences inap- 
plicable to, § 1039. 

Infamous crimes presentment or in- 
dictment of grand jury, necessity of. 
Const. U. S. amend. 5. 

Involuntary servitude as punishment 
for. Const. U. S. amend. 13. 

Jurors, disqualified, § 628. 

Jury. 
See Jury and Jurors. 

Making or possessing tools, etc, em- 
ployed in crime, § 1165. 

Offices forfeited for certain crimes, 
Const. U. S. art. 2, § 4. 

Persons convicted disqualified from 
voting. Const. '95, art. 2, § 6: Code 
§ 2267. 

Punishment, when not specially pro- 
vided for, § 1034. 

Speedy and public trial, Const. U. S. 
amend. 5: Const. U. S. amend. 6. 

Trial, place of. Const. U. S. art. 3, § 
2(3). 

Twice in jeopardy for same offense 
prohibited. Const. U. S. amend. 5; 
Const. '95, art. 1, § 17. 

CRIMINAL ACTIONS 

See Prosecutions. 

Civil and criminal remedies not 
merged, § 7. 

Definition, § 5. 

Division of actions into civil and crim- 
inal, § 4. 

CRIMINAL CASES 

Arrest of judgment, notice of motion, 

Cir. Ct. rule 72. 
Jury, impaneling, Cir. Ct. rule 25. 
Motion in arrest of judgment and for 

new trial, hearing, Cir. Ct. rule 72. 
Notaries public, no jurisdiction, § 3464. 

CRIMINAL CODE 

See table following this index for dis- 
position of sections in 1932 Code. 

CRIMINAL CONVERSATION 

Costs, limitations, § 756. 
Lim.itation of actions, § 388. 
Magistrates, jurisdiction, § 264. 

CRIMINAL COURTS 

See General Sessions: Magistrates. 

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 

See the various criminal headings 

relating to criminal procedure. 
See Code of Criminal Procedure. 

CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS 

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CRIMINALS 

Disqualified from voting, Const. '95, 

art. 2, § 6. 
Escape, liability of officer permitting, 

§ 3538. 
State hospital, commitment, § 6239. 

CROPS 

See Agriculture; Cotton; State Crop 
Pest Commission. 
Assets in hands of executor or admin- 
istrator, § 8996. 
Burning of, § 1134. 
Chattel mortgages, recording, § 3639- 

1(1). 
Crop share contracts. 

Division of crops, § 7030-8. 

Fraud, § 7030-9. 

Requisites, § 7030-7. 
Emblements, when severance neces- 
sary in order not to pass with land, 

§ 8997. 
Laborer's lien, § 8772. 

Priority, §§ 8772-8773. 
Larceny of, § 1172. 
Liens for advances, § 8771. 

Affidavit and statement, § 8777. 

Bond, § 8780. 

Enforcement, § 8776. 

Indexing, § 8774. 

Judicial sale of land not to impair, § 
8717. 

Proceedings before date due, § 8778. 

Replevy of crops seized, § 8780. 

Sale of crops, § 8775. 

Seizure and sale, § 8776. 

Undertaking by claimant, § 8777. 

Warrants of seizure. 
Issuance, § 8776. 
Vacation, § 8777. 
Life estates, possession by underten- 
ant until crop secured, §§ 8797-8801. 
Malicious injury by tenants, § 1182. 
Mortgages. 

Description of land, § 8716. 

Lien not impaired on judicial sale of 
land, § 8717. 

Registration, § 3639-1(1). 

Securing existing indebtedness or 
future advances, § 8712-2. 

Valid for year, § 8716. 
Rabbits, destroying, open season, § 

1782-3. 
Register of mesne conveyances. 

Chattel mortgages, § 3639-1. 

Fee for search for liens against crops 
for secretary of agriculture, § 3639. 

Fees in certain counties, §§ 3639-2, 
3639-3. 
Rice lands, dams, §§ 6087, 6095. 



CROSS-ACTIONS 

Between co-defendants, § 489. 
Pleadings and procedure between co- 
defendants, § 489. 

CROSS HILL, TOWN OF 

Cotton weigher, § 6432. 

CROSSINGS 

See Railroads. 

CROSSTIES 

Dealers in to keep record, § 1350. 
Hauling on highways, § 1665. 

CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISH- 
MENT 

See Sentence and Punishment. 
Poorhouse and farm, § 4966. 
Prohibited, Const. U. S. amend. 8; 

Const. '95, art. 1, § 19. 

CRUELTY 

Animals. § 1593. 
Abandonment, etc., § 1595. 
Animal defined, § 1600. 
Arrest, § 1598. 
Driving or working when unfit for 

labor, § 1595. 
Fines, etc. 

Lien on animals, § 1602. 

Disposition of, § 1601. 
Malicious wounding or destruction, § 
1183. 
Overworking, overloading, etc., § 

1594. 
Owner defined, § 1600. 
Person defined, § 1600. 
Prosecutions, § 1601. 
Search warrant, issuance, § 1599. 
Children, §§ 1124, 1125. 
Society for prevention of cruelty to ani- 
mals, destruction of abandoned, dis- 
eased or disabled animals, § 1603. 

CUCUMBERS 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

CURRANTS 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

CURRENCY 

See Coin. 

CURTAINS 

Billiard rooms, prohibited, § 6342. 

CUTOUTS 

Use on motor vehicles on highways, 

prohibited, § 1627. 



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DAMAGES 

See Eminent Domain; Railroads; etc. 

Actions on covenants, § 8865. 

Actual recovery of in addition to ex- 
emplary damages pleaded, § 484. 
Recovery of personal property, § 661. 

Affidavit in mitigation, how submit- 
ted, Cir. Ct. rule 61. 

Aircraft, by, § 7104. 

Arrest in civil actions, § 500. 

Breach of official bond, recovery, Cir. 
Ct. rule 71. 

Breach of warranty, § 8865. 

Carrier, liability of in damages for 
omisison of essential term from ne- 
gotiable bill of lading, § 6965. 

Conspiracy against political opponents, 
§ 1384. 

Death by wrongful act, § 412. 

Death of illegitimate, § 8913. 

Defective highways, § 5856. 
Limit of recovery, § 5859. 

Defective street, etc., § 7345. 

Distress for rent, unreasonable, § 8824. 

Guardian ad litem. 
Compromise, § 409-3. 

Guest in motor vehicle, no action in 
case of injury, § 5908. 

Holding over of estate, damages re- 
coverable, § 876. 

Imputing want of chastity, § 8659. 

Judgment rates of damages which 
plaintiff may recover, § 659. 

Liquidation, offer by defendant, § 666. 

Lynching, liability of county, § 3041. 

Mandamus, § 849. 

Married women, judgment for dam- 
ages against, § 657. 

Measure of damages, § 659. 

Mental anguish, § 8553. 

Mobs, §§ 1385-1387. 

Officers, usurpation, damages recover- 
able, § 838. 

Pleadings, complaint, damages recover- 
able, § 484. 

Protested bills of exchange, § 6748. 

Punitive. 
Action for recovery of personal prop- 
erty, § 661. 
Pleading, § 484. 

Railroads. 
See Railroads. 

Treble damages, forcible entry and de- 
tainer, § 890. 

Trespass, assessment, § 8866. 

Verdict, jury to assess defendant's 

damages, when, §§ 602, 604. 
Waste, assessment, § 8866. 
Wife, judgment for damages against 

wife's separate estate, § 657. 
Writ of inquiry, § 472. 



DAMS 

See Drains and Drainage; Waters and 
Water Courses. 
Cemeteries, flooding by water or 

power companies, § 6026. 
Fish sluices through, §§ 1772-8 to 1772- 

10. 
Fish traps near dams on navigable 

streams prohibited, § 1772-1. 
Fishways in, §§ 1770-2, 1772-6. 
Floodgates and waterways, § 6156. 
Milldams, § 6019. 

Floodgates, failure to put in, § 6156. 

Removal for purposes of navigation, 
§ 6020. 
Obstructing navigable rivers, removal, 

§ 6022. 
Rice lands. 

Erection causing overflow of water 
prohibited, § 6087. 
Rivers ordered to be made navigable, 

damming of, penalty, § 6022. 
Savannah river near Augusta, § 2041. 
Water not to be kept on others' lands, 

§ 6095. 

DANCE HALLS 

Marathon dances, § 1505. 
Operation on Sunday prohibited, § 
1734. 

DANGEROUS CORROSIVE SUB- 
STANCES 

Distribution and sale of, § 5128-26. 
Pollution of air or stream in county 
§ 1504. 

DANGEROUS WEAPONS 

See Weapons. 

DARLINGTON COUNTY 

Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Bailiffs, § 3518. 
Board of county directors. 
Estimates of moneys needed, § 4236. 
Monthly statement of balance, § 4233. 
Monthly statement of claims audited, 

§ 4232. 
Publication of reports, §§ 4232, 4233. 
Prerequisite to payment of salary, 

§ 4235. 
Price, § 4234. 
Boards of assessors, composition, § 

2737. 
Bonds. 

Election on, § 4249. 
Issue for other than current expen- 
ses, § 4249. 
Sinking funds invested in, § 4248. 
Centralized high school district estab- 
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DARLINGTON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Circuit court, terms, § 54. 
Commissioners of health and drainage, 

county board of commissioners to 

act as, § 6156. 
Common pleas, terms, § 54. 
Commutation tax. 

In lieu of road duty, § 5863. 
Coroner, election, § 3553. 
Costs. 

Collection and disposition, § 4231. 
Cotton weigher for Lamar, § 642L 
County auditor. 

School tax levy for shortage in esti- 
mated income, § 5567-1. 
County board of commissioners, com- 
missioners of health and drainage, 

act as, § 6156. 
County board of education. 

Appointment, § 5567. 

Budget, § 5567. 

Compensation, § 5567. 

Contractual rights of trustees to ex- 
pend money, § 5567. 

Duties, § 5567. 

Mileage, § 5567. 

Powers, § 5567. 

Removal, § 5567. 

Superintendent, § 5567. 

Terms, § 5567. 

Vacancy, § 5567. 
County manager, § 4227. 

Advisory commission to manager, § 
4229. 

Bond, § 4228. 

Constitutionality, § 4230-1. 

Contracts void, § 4230. 

Custodian of county property, § 4228. 

Disbursements, § 4228. 

Employees, § 4228. 

Legal advisor to manager, § 4230-2. 

Public works, § 4229. 

Purchases, § 4228. 

Vouchers, § 4228. 

Warrants, § 4228. 
Penalties for illegal issuance, § 
4230. 

County superintendent of education, 
estimates of income of school dis- 
trict, § 5567-1. 
County treasurer. 
Payment of school vouchers in ex- 
cess of estimated income, penalty, 
§ 5567-1. 
Publication of annual report at pub- 
lic expense prohibited, § 2781. 
Department of health, § 5055-12. 
Depositaries of public funds, security 

by, § 4236. 
Dog tax. 
Census by school trustees, § 2616. 



DARLINGTON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Dog tax (Cont'd) 
Distribution of proceeds, § 2616. 
Listing and collection, § 2616. 
Drainage, powers and duties of county 

board of commissioners, § 6156. 
Elections. 
Elections. 
Bonds or notes for other than cur- 
rent expenses, § 4249. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 
Estimate of money needed, § 4236. 
Fees. 
Collection and disposition, § 4231. 
Probate judge, § 4942. 
Fires. 
Forest fire control organization act, 
§ 4239. 
Fish, oysters, etc., §§ 1806-1 to 1806-2. 
Forestry. 
Forest fire control organization act, 
§ 4239. 
Forfeited land commission, § 2854-4. 
Game and game laws, S§ 1806 to 1806-2. 
General sessions, terms, § 54. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5933-1(7). 
Health officer, § 5055-12. 
Highways. 
Mail routes, § 4240. 
State highway system, §§ 5933-1(7), 
5934. 
Inquests, jury, fees and mileage, inap- 
plicable, § 1070. 
Investment of sinking funds, inappli- 
cable, S 3884. 
Jailer, § 4250. 
Jurors, term of, § 625. 
Landlord and tenant. 
Parol contracts for use of real estate 
for agricultural purposes, § 8825-1. 
Libraries. 

Circulating library, § 5570. 

Levy of taxes for school district No. 

2, § 5570-2. 
Libraries for Hartsville township, 
§ 5570-1. 
License tax. 
Dogs. 
Amount, § 2616. 

Census by school trustees, § 2616. 
Distribution of proceeds, § 2616. 
Listing and collection, § 2616. 
Loans, competitive bids, § 4236. 
Mail routes, declared highways, S 4240. 
Marriage license, issuance, § 8558. 
Master. 
Appointment, § 3678. 
Duties devolved on probate judge, 

§ 3701-5. 
Office abolished, § 3701-5. 



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DARLINGTON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Mill dams, removal by commissioner 

of health and drainage, § 6156. 
Notes for other than current expenses, 

§ 4249. 
Paupers, care of by board of directors, 

§ 4242. 
Probate judge. 

Assumption of duties of master, § 

3701-5. 
Bond, § 3701-5. 
Fees, § 4942. 
Public funds, security by depositaries, 

§ 4236. 
Public libraries. 

Circulating library, § 5570. 

Levy of taxes for school district No. 

2, § 5570-2. 
Libraries for Hartsville township, § 
5570-1. 
Referee, office abolished, § 3678. 
Road duty. 

Exemptions, inapplicable, § 5861. 
School districts. 
Bonds, § 5333. 
Centralized high school district, § 

5569. 
Estimate of money needed for school 

purposes, § 4236. 
Levy of taxes for library for school 
district No. 2, § 5570-2. 
Schools. 

Levy of tax for weak grammar 

schools, § 5567-2. 
Levy tax for weak high schools, § 
5567-3. 
School trustees. 
Appointment, terms, etc., § 5568-1. 
Census of dogs, § 2616. 
Centralized high school district, § 

5569. 
Contingent fee, § 5578-1. 
Darlington school district and Harts- 
ville school district excepted, § 
5568. 
Estimates of income, § 5567-1. 
Hartsville school district No. 32, § 

5568-2. 
Nomination, § 5568. 
Removal, § 5568. 
Terms, § 5568. 

Expiration, § 5568-1. 
Vacancy, § 5568. 
Sheriff. 

Deputy, § 3552-5. 
Sinking fund. 



Investment, inapplicable. 



3884(6). 



Investment in bonds, § 4248. 
Sinking fund commission, § 4251. 
Sinking fund commission, § 4251. 

State highway system, §§ 5933-1(7), 
5934. 



DARLINGTON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Streams, duty of landowner to clean 

out, inapplicable, § 1217. 
Superintendent of education, § 5567. 
Supply bill. 

When no bill enacted, § 4238. 
Taxes. 
Collection of delinquent taxes, § 

2854-2. 
Discount allowed on payment, § 

2852-5. 
Exemption of certain manufactories, 

§ 2854. 
Exemptions, § 2854. 
Levy of taxes for library for school 

district No. 2, § 5570-2, 
Levy of tax for weak grammar 

schools, § 5567-2. 
Levy tax for weak high schools, § 

5567-3. 
Payment with school claims, § 2854-1. 
School districts to constitute tax dis- 
tricts, § 2736. 
Use of delinquent taxes for school 

buildings, § 2854-3. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 
Water courses, drainage, § 6156. 

DARLINGTON, TOWN OF 

Bonded debt, constitutional limitations, 
inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 

Certificates evidencing indebtedness 
for past due taxes and assessments, 
§ 7675-24. 

Cotton weigher, § 6421-1. 

DEAD BODIES 

See Inquests. 
Animals, burial, § 5046-1. 
Board for distribution for scientific 
purposes. 

Bond by person receiving body, § 
3448. 

Composition, § 3443. 

Delivery of certain dead bodies to, § 
3445. 

Method of distributing, § 3446. 

Method of transporting bodies, § 
3447. 

Powers, § 3443. 

Record of proceedings, § 3444. 
Burial before inquest, on suspicion of 

violent death, penalty, § 1094. 
Burial without inquiry by coroner, 

penalty, § 1091. 
Contagious or infectious diseases, 

transportation, § 5046. 
Distribution for scientific purposes, 

failure or refusal, penalty, § 3448-1. 
Embalming prohibited where crime 

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DEAD BODIES (Cont'd) 

Exhumation by coroner, on suspicion 
of violent death, § 1092. 

Poultry, burial, § 5046-1. 

Removal, water companies flooding 
burial grounds, § 6026(6). 

Swine dying from natural causes, bur- 
ial, § 5046-1. 

Traffic in, punishment, § 1373. 

Transportation regulated, § 5046. 

DEAD FALLS 

Use for trapping animals prohibited, 
§ 1784-2. 

DEADLY WEAPONS 

See Weapons. 

DEAF, DUMB AND BLIND 

See South Carolina Institute for 
Deaf, Dumb and Blind. 

DEALERS 

See Junk Dealers. 

DEATH 

See Homicide; Inquests. 
Abatement of action, § 408. 
Agency. 

Act of agent after principal's death, 
§ 7018. 

Notes negotiated by agent after prin- 
cipal's death, § 7019. 
Certificates by state registrar of vital 

statistics, § 5133. 
Death by wrongful act. 

Beneficiaries, § 412. 

Costs, liability for, § 413. 

Damages, § 412. 

Distribution of amount recovered, § 
412. 

Liability, § 411. 

Limitation of actions, §§ 413, 414. 
Defective highways. 

Action against county, § 5858. 

Action against state highway depart- 
ment, § 5887(4). 

Limit of damage, §§ 5859, 5887. 

Survival of action, § 5858. 
Evidence, transaction with persons 

now deceased, § 692. 

Execution, enforcement of judgment 

by personal representatives of de- 
ceased, S 737. 
Illegitimate child, death by wrongful 

act, § 8913. 
Infant or married woman believed to 

be dead, proceedings by remainder- 
men to compel guardian to produce, 

§§ 870-874. 
Limitation of actions. 

After reversal on appeal, § 362. 



DEATH (Cont'd) 
Limitation of actions (Cont'd) 
Death before limitation expires, § 
360. 
Negotiable instruments, notice of dis- 
honor where party is dead, § 6849. 
Notary public, protest for nonpayment 

by, sufficient evidence, § 711. 
Pending appeal to Supreme Court, Sup. 

Ct. rule 3. 
President of United States, vice-pres- 
ident to act. Const. U. S. art. 2, § 1(5). 
Principal, effect on agent's power, §§ 

7018, 7019. 
Railroad employees. Const. '95, art. 9, 
§ 15. 
■Wilful neglect, § 1127. 
Registration, § 5130. 
Report to state board of health, § 5026. 
Transactions with deceased persons, ad- 
missibility of evidence of, § 692. 
Venue. 

Injury beyond and death within lim- 
its of states, § 1018. 
Injury in one county and death in 

another, § 1020. 
Injury within and death beyond lim- 
its of state, § 1018. 
Parties in different counties, § 1019. 

DEATH PENALTY 

Duel resulting in death, § 1106. 

Murder, § 1102. 

Obstructing railroad resulting in death, 

§ 1104. 
Poisoning, § 1105. 
Rape, § 1109. 
Stabbing resulting in death, § 1103. 

DEATH SENTENCE 

Execution. 
Conveyance of prisoner to penitenti- 
ary, § 1988. 
Death chamber, etc., to be provided, 

§ 1987. 
Disposition of body, § 1991. 
Electrocution, § 1986. 
Executioner to certify to execution, 
§ 1990. 
Expense of transporting criminal, § 

1987. 
Notice to superintendent of penitenti- 
ary, § 1046. 
Form, § 1046. 

Service on prisoner, § 1046. 
Who may witness, § 1989. 
Sentence to be in conformity with stat- 
ute, § 1988. 

DEBENTURE COMPANIES 

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DEBENTURES 

Stamp tax, § 2525(1). 

DEBTOR AND CREDITOR 

Absconding judgment debtor, arrest of, 

§ 746. 
Arrest in civil action, §§ 499-526. 
Relief of debtor. 
Appeal, § 864. 

Application for discharge, § 851. 
Assignment of debtor's property, 

§ 854. 
Clerk, fees, § 862. 
Creditors summoned by published 

notice, § 852. 
Discharge. 
Failure to pay maintenance ex- 
penses, § 869. 
On executing assignment, § 855. 
When refused, §§ 865, 866, 868. 
Enlargement pending appeal, §§ 

864, 867. 
Examination by clerk of court, § 

853. 
Examination of debtor by creditors, 

§ 865. 
Exceptions to clerk's ruling, § 861. 
Expenses of maintenance paid by 

plaintiff, § 869. 
Failure of creditors to appear, § 

853. 
False schedules, penalty, § 857. 
Forthcoming bond by debtor, § 

864. 
Fraud or preference by debtor, § 
858. 
Jury trial, § 858. 
Jury trial. 
Filling vacancies in panel, § 859. 
Liability for nonattendance, § 

860. 
Objections to jurors, § 860. 
Maintenance at expense of plaintiff, 

§§ 869, 3536. 
Oath by debtor, § 853. 
Production of books by debtor, § 

866. 
Property reserved to debtor, § 854. 
Remand to prison, § 856. 
Sheriff, fees, § 863. 
Submission to jury already em- 
paneled, § 867. 
Summary hearing by judge, § 861. 
Bankruptcy. 

See Bankruptcy. 
Composition with creditor. 
/ Release, § 7038. 

Rights of noncompounding joint debt- 
or, § 7040. 
Satisfaction of judgment, § 7039. 
Single joint debtor, § 7038. 



DEBTOR AND CREDITOR (Cont'd) 
Examination of debtors. 
Compelling party or witnesses to at- 
tend, § 749. 
Contempt, § 755. 
Costs, allowance, § 754. 
Judgment debtor, § 746. 
Order for discovery of property, § 

755. 
Reference, § 753. 
Witnesses, §§ 748, 749. 
Executor, debtor as, debt not extin- 
guished, § 8967. 
Heirs and devisees, liability to credi- 
tors, § 9029. 
Interest. 

See Interest. 
Joint deblor. 
Composition with creditor. 
Release, § 7038. 
Rights of noncompounding joint 

debtor, § 7040. 
Satisfaction of judgment, § 7039. 
Separate, § 7038. 
Proceedings against. 
Answer and defense, § 813. 
Answer and reply to be verified, 

§ 815. 
Judgment, § 813. 
Pleadings, § 814. 
Summoning of after judgment, § 

810. 
Summons, affidavit of amount due, 
§ 812. 
Form of, § 811. 
Verification of pleadings, § 815. 
Satisfaction of judgment from prop- 
erty of, § 747. 
Judgment creditor. 
Payment of taxes on default of debt- 
or, § 2783. 
Redemption after tax sale, § 2820. 
Service in proceedings affecting real 
estate, § 664-2. 
Judgment debtor. 
Arrest of, § 746. 
Claim of third person, § 752. 
Denial of indebtedness, § 752. 
Discovery of property of, § 746. 
Examination of, §§ 746, 747. 

Persons having property of, § 747. 
Receiver, § 751. 
Satisfaction of judgment, § 750. 
Undertaking, § 746. 
Letters of administration, § 8969. 
Receiver, powers of, Cir. Ct. rule 69. 
Sales by judgment debtor. 
Confirmation, § 9079. 
Objections by creditors to sale by 
sheriff, § 9080. 
Endorsement on conveyance, § 
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DEBTOR AND CREDITOR (Cont'd) 
Sales by judgment debtor (Cont'd) 
Objections by creditors to sale by 
sheriff (Cont'd) 
Procedure, § 9080. 
Sheriff's sale bringing more, proce- 
dure, § 9082. 
Separate apartments in jail for debt- 
ors, § 1944. 
Usury. 

See Usury. 
Wills. 
Creditor may attest, execution, § 8920. 
Fraudulent as against creditors, § 
8929. 

DEBTS 

Appropriations, debts exceeding, un- 
lawful, § 2083. 

Banks, creation after insolvency, § 
7850. 

Bonded debts, municipalities, limita- 
tions. Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 

Bounties for services in suppressing in- 
surrection or rebellion, validity, 
Const. U. S. amend. 14, § 4. 

Certificates of indebtedness, officers 
prohibited from issuing, §§ 1567, 3076. 

Congress, power to levy tax for pay- 
ment. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(1). 

Contracted before adoption of constitu- 
tion, validity, Const. U. S. art. 6. 

Corporations. 
Debts due employees for services in 

state, § 7700. 
Recovery from members, § 7702. 

Evidences of indebtedness, sale by ex- 
ecutor and administrator, § 9062. 

Impiisonment for debt prohibited, 
Const. '95, art. 1, § 24. 

Increase, restrictions. Const. '95, art. 
10, § 11. 

Intoxicating liquor, debt for void, § 
1888. 

Municipal corporations, restrictions on, 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 3. 

Payment of debts incurred in aiding 
rebellion or insurrection prohibited, 
Const. U. S. amend. 14, § 4. 

Promise to answer for debt of another, 
§ 7044. 

Public. 
Increase, restrictions. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 11. 
United States, validity. Const. U. S. 
amend. 14, § 4. 

Reports to comptroller general by of- 
ficers possessing evidences of in- 
debtedness to state, § 2121. 

State bonds. Const. '95, art. 10, § 11. 

State indebtedness, evidence of, Const. 
'95, art. 10, § 7. 



DECEDENT'S ESTATES 

See Descent and Distribution; Execu- 
tors and Administrators; Wills. 

DECEIT 

See Fraud. 

DECISIONS 

Circuit courts, time for filing. Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 17. 
Supreme court. 

Committee on publication, § 18. 

Editing, publishing, etc., § 18. 

Publication, Const. '95, art. 5, § 32. 

Publishing, editing, etc., § 18. 

Time for filing. Const. '95 , art. 5, § 
17. 

DECLARATION OF RIGHTS 

Constitution of South Carolina, Const. 

'95, art. 1, §§ 1-29. 
Constitution of the United States, 

Const. U. S. amends. 1-8. 

DECLARATORY JUDGMENTS 

Courts of record may make, § 660. 

DECOYING, § 1122. 

DECREES 

See Judgments and Decrees. 

DEEDS 

See Conveyances; Mortgages and 
Deeds of Trust. 
Bastards, etc., deeds to, void, § 8695. 
Commissioner of deeds. 

See Commissioner of Deeds. 
Declaratory judgment construing, § 

660. 
Failure of issue, construed, § 8871. 
Form of, § 8694. 
Guardian, appointment by deed, § 

8633. 
Lost or destroyed. 

Action to perpetuate testimony, § 
730. 
Jurisdiction, § 731. 
Preservation and recording of evi- 
dence, § 732. 
Marriage settlement, etc., § 8576. 
Married women, § 8574. 

Certain deeds to, validated, § 8884. 
Memorandum of livery of seizin, re- 
cording, § 8885. 
Priority of record, § 8875. 
Probate for record, § 3632. 
Probate of certain deeds, validated, §§ 

3632, 3633. 
Probate of execution, writ of dedimus 

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DEEDS (Cont'd) 
Recording. 

Indorsement of county auditor, § 3634. 

Priority, § 8875. 
Rule in Shelley's case abolished, § 

8802. 
Sheriff's deed at tax sale, prima facie 

evidence, § 2160. 

Stamp tax, § 2525(5). 
Validating of certain deeds, §§ 8681- 

8688. 

DEEDS OF TRUST 

See Mortgages and Deeds of Trust. 

DEER 

See Game and Game Laws. 

DEFAULT JUDGMENTS 

See Judgments and Decrees. 

Action to foreclose mortgage, Cir. Ct. 
rule 51. 

Application, Cir. Ct. rule 37. 

Claim and delivery of personal prop- 
erty, § 586(1). 

Magistrates, § 274. 

Opening defaults, service by publica- 
tion of summons, § 436. 

DEFAULT ORDERS 

Indoi'sement by counsel. Cir. Ct. rule 
15. 

DEFENDANT 

See Accused. 

DEFENSE 

State and national defense, §§ 1100-1 
to 1100-11. 
See State and National Defense. 

DEFENSE ACT 

State council of defense act, §§ 3472-1 
to 3472-9. 
See Council of Defense Act. 

DEFENSE FORCE, §§ 2966-1 to 2966-17. 
Active duty. 

Not subject to call or draft into active 
duty by United States, § 2966-9. 

Pay, § 2966-4. 

Powers of commanding officer and 
his subordinates, § 2966-6. 

Service out of state, § 2966-7. 
Adjutant general. 

Duties, § 2966-3. 
Application, § 2966-16. 
Arrest, § 2966-15. 
Associations. 

Not to enlist, § 2966-10. 
Commanding officer. 

Powers on active duty, § 2966-6. 



DEFENSE FORCE (Cont'd) 
Council of defense act, §§ 3472-1 to 
3472-9. 

See Council of Defense Act. 
Court martial, § 2966-15. 
Discharge, § 2966-14. 
Enlistment. 

Groups, organizations, etc., § 2966-10. 

Oath, § 2966-13. 

Qualifications to enlist, § 2966-11. 

Term, § 2966-13. 
Establishment, § 2966-1. 
Fraternity. 

Not to enlist, § 2966-10. 
Fugitives. § 2966-7. 
Governor. 

Ordered into service, § 2966-6. 
Groups. 

Not to enlist, § 2966-10. 
Invalidity, § 2966-17. 
Maintenance, § 2966-2. 
Officers. 

Oath, § 2966-12. 
Organization. § 2966-2. 

Not to enlist. S 2966-10. 
Pay. 

Active duty, § 2966-4. 
Property. 

Use of. § 2966-5. 
Pursuit, § 2966-7. 

Persons out of state into this state, 
§ 2966-8. 
Resignation, § 2966-14. 
Rules and regulations, § 2966-3. 
Service out of state, § 2966-7. 
State council of defense act, §§ 3472-1 
to 3472-9. 

See Council of Defense Act. 

DEFICIENCY 

Mortgages, judgment for deficiency, § 
487. 

DELINQUENT CHILDREN 

See Infants. 

DELINQUENT TAXES 

See Taxes and Taxation. 

DELIVERY 

Claim and delivery of personal prop- 
erty, §§ 551-1, 552-556, 558-564. 

DEMURRER 

See Pleadings. 

DENMARK.. TOWN OF 

Commissioners of public work, abol- 
ished, § 7281. 
Cotton weigher, § 6410. 

DENTAL HYGIENISTS 

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DENTISTS AND DENTAL HYGIEN- 
ISTS 

Advertising prices, § 5210. 
Applications, qualifications, S 5199. 
Board of dental examiners, § 5195. 
Appointment, § 5196. 
Authority over applicants, § 5198. 
Compensation, § 5216. 
Composition, § 5196. 
Corporate rights and privileges, § 

5195. 
Disbursements, § 5216. 
Examinations, exclusive control of, 

§ 5198. 
Expenses, § 5216. 
Fees, disposition of, § 5215. 
Immunity from damages, § 5213. 
License. 

Granting of, S 5199. 

Revocation, procedure, § 5211. 
Meetings, § 5197. 
Officers, § 5197. 
Powers and duties, § 5195. 
Qualifications, § 5196. 
Quorum, § 5197. 
Record book, § 5197. 
Removal, § 5214. 
Reports, § 5217. 
Rules and regulations for dental hy- 

gienists, § 5200. 
Seal, § 5195. 
Secretary-treasurer. 

Bond, § 5197. 

Salary, § 5216. 
Subpoenas, issuance, § 5195. 
Terms, § 5196. 
Vacancies, § 5196. 
Certificate of practice, on license re- 
moving from state, § 5207. 
Dental hygienists. 

Applications for practice, § 5200. 
Certificates of practice on removal 

from state, § 5207. 
Exemption from jury duty, § 5220. 
Fees for license, § 5200. 
Forgery, etc.. in application for li- 
cense, § 5208. 
Licenses. 

Failure to record, cancellation, § 
5203. 

Qualifications of applicants, § 5200. 

Reciprocal licenses, § 5206. 

Recording, § 5201. 
Unlawful after 90 days, § 5202. 

Registration, fees, § 5205. 

Renewal after cancellation, § 5203. 

Renewal after revocation prohib- 
ited, § 5210. 

Revocation, §S5200, 5210. 
Ground, § 5210. 

Suspension or revocation, § 5211. 



DENTISTS AND DENTAL HYGIENISTS 

(Cont'd) 
Dental hygienists (Cont'd) 
Practice in county without record- 
ing license, § 5202. 
Practice under assumed name, § 5209. 
Removal from state, certificate of 

practice, S 5207. 
Work which may be performed by, § 
5200. 
Diplomas, submission of another's, § 

5208. 
Examinations, conduct, subjects, etc., 

§ 5199. 
Exemptions from provisions of article, 

§ 5218. 
False or forged affidavits or statements, 

§ 5208. 
Fees. 

Disposition of, § 5215. 
Examination and license, § 5199. 
Property of board, § 5215. 
Reciprocal licenses, § 5206. 
Registration of licenses, § 5205. 
Reinstatement or renewal of license, 
§ 5210. 
Jury duty, exemption, § 5220. 
Licenses. 
Cancellation, failure to record, § 

5203. 
Dental hygienists, § 5200. 
Forgery, etc., in application, § 5208. 
Numbering, § 5199. 
Practice without. 
Penalty, § 5212. 
Prohibited, § 5193. 
Qualifications of applicants, § 5199. 
Reciprocal licenses, § 5206. 
Recording. 
Fees, § 5201. 
Necessity of. § 5199. 
Time of, § 5201. 
Unlawful after 90 days, § 5202. 
Registration, fee, § 5205. 
Reinstatement or renewal, fee, § 5210. 
Renewal, § 5210. 

Renewal after cancellation, § 5203. 
Renewal after revocation prohibited, 

§ 5210. 
Revocation. 

Grounds, § 5210. 
Procedure, § 5211. 
Submission of another's, § 5208. 
Suspension. 
Grounds, § 5210. 
Procedure, § 5211. 
Practice in county without recording 

license, § 5202. 
Practice of dentistry defined, § 5194. 
Practice under assumed name prohib- 
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DENTISTS AND DENTAL HYGIENISTS 

(Cont'd) 

Practicing without license. 
Penalty, § 5212. 
Prohibited, § 5193. 

Prescriptions, licensed pharmacists au- 
thorized to fill, § 5219. 

Prosecuting attorneys to enforce arti- 
cle, § 5221. 

Qualifications of applicants, § 5199. 

Reciprocal licenses, § 5206. 

Removal from state, certificate of prac- 
tice. § 5207. 

State dental association, member to be 
on executive committee of state 
board of health, § 5222. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

See Clemson Agricultural College; 
Commissioner of Agriculture. 
Department created, § 3223. 
Insurance. 

Revolving fund for payment of pre- 
miums, § 3253-1. 
Intoxicating liquors. 

Accepting liquors for storage, § 1858. 
Powers and duties devolved on board 

of trustees of Clemson Agricultural 

College, exceptions, § 5741. 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, §§ 3253-11 
to 3253-23. 
See Labor. 
Appropriations, § 3253-15. 
Buildings. 

Inspection, § 3253-23. 
Commissioner of labor. 
Appointment, term, salary and va- 
cancy, § 3253-12. 
Duties and powers, § 3253-11. 
Further duties and powers, § 3253-13. 
Inspection of buildings, machinery, 

etc., § 3253-23. 
Investigation of industrial disputes, 

strikes, lockouts, etc., § 3253-18. 
Reports, § 3253-14. 
Cooperation in enforcement of Fair 

Labor Standards, § 3253-17. 
Creation, § 3253-11. 
Exemptions, § 3253-16. 
Governor. 

Convoking, § 3253-22. 
Lockouts. 
Investigation. § 3253-18. 
Power in regard to investigations, 

§ 3253-20. 
Summoning and examining wit- 
nesses, § 3253-21. 
Strikes. 
Duties of commissioner of labor, § 

3253-19. 
Investigation, § 3253-18. 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (Cont'd) 
Strikes (Cont'd) 
Powers in regard to investigations, 

§ 3253-20. 
Summoning and examining wit- 
nesses, § 3253-21. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC 'WELFARE, 

§§ 4996-1 to 4996-63. 
See Public Welfare. 
Works project administration. 
Receiving applications, investiga- 
tions, etc., § 4975. 

DEPARTMENTS 

Borrowing money from by state fi- 
nance committee, § 2203. 

Public welfare, §§ 4996-1 to 4996-63. 
See Public Welfare. 

Separate departments. Const. '95, art. 
1, § 14. 

DEPENDENT CHILDREN 

See Infants. 

DEPOSITIONS 

See Evidence; Witnesses. 

Assault with intent to ravish, deposi- 
tion of female, § 1016. 

Clerk of common pleas, §§ 703-705. 

Clerks of courts, power to take, § 3590. 

Commissions to take depositions, §§ 
693-702. 

De bene esse, §§ 706-708. 

Electric light, heat and power com- 
panies, § 8555-5. 

Examination of witnesses by commis- 
sion, §§ 692-702. 

Magistrate court, § 3716. 

Motions, § 817. 

Probate court, when taken and used, § 
219. 

Rape, deposition of female, § 1016. 

Workmen's compensation. 
Commission, § 7035-57. 

DEPOSITORIES 

See, also, the particular counties. 

Account by officers for funds deposit- 
ed, § 1577. 

Cash depositories, §§ 7875 to 7875-9. 
See Banks. 

County treasurer, deposit of surplus 
funds, § 2780. 

Holidays, § 7054. 

Newberry county, § 2874-5. 

Public welfare, § 4996-29. 

Security required for deposit of pub- 
lic funds, § 7847. 

State depositories. 
Exhibition of bank book by treas- 
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DEPOSITORIES (Confd) 
State depositories (Cont'd) 
Funds, deposited when collected, § 

3188. 
Monthly report by banks, § 3182. 
Quarterly statement. 
By bank, § 3180. 
By state treasurer, § 3181. 
State treasurer to keep bank book, § 
3179. 

DEPOSITS 

See Banks and Trust Companies. 
Arrest in civil actions, deposit in lieu 

of bail, §§ 518, 521. 
Certificates, new certificates when old 

lost or destroyed, § 7848. 
County treasurer, deposit of surplus 

funds, § 2780. 
Deposit in lieu of undertaking, Cir. Ct. 

rule 10. 
Moneys paid into circuit or probate 

courts to be deposited, § 342. 
State funds, regulated, §§ 2196-2202. 

DEPOTS 

See Railroads. 

DEPUTIES 

See the particular officers. 

DEPUTY SHERIFFS 

See Sheriffs, and the particular 
counties. 

DERELICT ESTATES 

Administration of, §§ 2494, 8980-8983. 

DESCENT AND DISTRIBUTION 

See Executors and Administrators; 
Wills. 

Advancements, deduction, § 8909. 

Aliens may inherit as natural born cit- 
izens, § 8907. 

Appraisers fees, § 4961. 

Bastard children, §§ 8695, 8913. 

Children. 
Born after will made, § 8593. 
Death before testator, § 8926. 
Posthumous, § 8924. 

Costs, § 757. 

Courtesy, tenancy by abolished, § 8577. 

Derelict estates, administration, §§ 2494, 
8980-8983. 

Descent cast, effect as to right to pos- 
session of real property, § 383. 

Disseizor, death of, right of entry of 
lawful owner not taken away, § 877. 

Dower. 
See Dower. 

Equal division, S 8909. 



DESCENT AND DISTRIBUTION 

(Confd) 
Escheat. 

See Escheat. 
Estates pur autre vie, § 8917. 
Failure of issue, construed, § 8871. 
Fee-simple estate, words of limitation 

unnecessary, § 8923. 
Felons, estate, descent to representa- 
tives, § 8859. 
Heirs and devisees. 
Liability. 
On specialities, §§ 9029-9036. 
To creditors, §§ 9020-9036. 
Illegitimate children. 

Collateral relatives, § 8913. 
Inherit from mother, §§ 8913, 8914. 
Issue of marriage contracted after 
seven year absence of spouse, § 
8913-1. 
Limitations on devise or bequest to, 

§ 8827. 
Mother to inherit from, §§ 8913, 8914. 
Infants, proceedings by remaindermen, 
etc., to compel guardian, etc., to pro- 
duce infant or married woman be- 
lieved to be dead, §§ 870-874. 
Inheritance tax. 

See Inheritance Tax. 
Intestates" estates. 
Citation to unknown distributees, § 
9022. 

Discharge of proceedings, § 9025. 
Proof of publication, § 9023. 
Publication, § 9022. 
Claim as heir or distributee not 

barred for three years, § 9027. 
Claims after expiration of time fixed 

in citation, § 9026. 
Decree of distribution, § 9024. 
Discharge of proceedings, § 9025. 
Manner of distribution, § 8906. 
One year to expire, § 8913. 
Unknown distributees, citation, § 
9022. 
Joint tenancy, § 8911. 
Limitations on claim by unknown 

heirs, § 9027. 
Manner of distributing property of 

intestate, § 8906. 
Married woman, proceedings by re- 
maindermen, etc., to compel husband 
to produce married woman believed 
to be dead, §S 870-874. 
Personal estates less than $500, pro- 
bate judge to distribute, § 9028. 
Person unlawfully killing another not 

to inherit, § 8874. 
Posthumous child, §§ 8581, 8924. 
Primogeniture, right abolished. § 8905. 
Property not mentioned in will, § 
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DESCENT AND DISTRIBUTION 

(Cont'd) 
Real estate, probate judge to file de- 
scriptions, § 227. 
Rule in Shelley's case abolished, § 8802. 
Sales by executors or administrators, 

§§ 9054-9062. 
Trusts. 

Assets in hands of heir, own estate 
not chargeable, § 9045. 

Deemed assets in hands of heir, § 
9044. 
Unclaimed assets or funds of estates, 

invested as state school fund. Const. 

'95, art. 11, § 11. 
Widow of intestate, provision in lieu 

of dower, § 8912. 
Wife's separate property, § 8574. 

DESECRATION 

Flag. 

State, § 1273. 

United States, §§ 1274, 2965. 
Graves, § 1266. 
Sabbath. 

See Sunday. 

DESERTION 

See Abandonment. 
Dower barred by, § 8584. 
Seamen, §§ 1928-1932. 
Wife or children, § 1123. 

DETECTIVES 

Armed representatives of detective 
agency, bringing into state prohibit- 
ed, Const. '95, art. 8, § 9. 

Employment by sheriff of Marlboro 
county, § 3552-6. 

Licenses. 
Fee for issuing, § 2557(1). 
Insurance commissioner to issue, § 

2557(1). 
Penalty for operating without, § 
2557(2). 

DETENTION OF PERSONAL PROP- 
ERTY 

See Claim and Delivery of Personal 
Property. 

DETINUE 

Limitation of actions, § 388. 

DEVISEES 

Actions against. 

Creditors preferred, § 9033. 

For debts of ancestor, §§ 9029-9036. 

Judgment, § 9035. 

Plea of nothing by descent, § 9034. 
Alienating property, liability for debts 

of ancestor, § 9032. 
Chargeable as heir, § 9036. 



DEVISEES (Cont'd) 
Devise pursuant to marriage contract 

enforceable, § 9031. 
Liability to creditors, § 9029. 

Charges for false answer, § 9030. 

DEVISES AND BEQUESTS 

See Inheritance Tax. 
Bastard children, conveyances to, § 

8695. 
Crops, devise by widow, § 8918. 
Religious. 

Charitable, etc., trustees, legal title 
vested in, § 9053. 

Trustees, vacancies, § 9053. 

Valid though discretionary power 
vested in trustees, § 9053. 
Subscribing witness to will, § 8919. 

DILLON COUNTY 

Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052. 
Auctioneer of horses, mules, etc., li- 
cense, § 7118. 
Boundaries, § 2992. 

Centralized high school district, § 5575. 
Certificate of indebtedness, § 4268-1. 
Chaingang, use by road supervisor, § 

4260. 
Circuit court, terms, § 54. 
Commissioners of health and drainage, 

county board of commissioners to 

act as, § 6156. 
Common pleas, terms, § 54. 
Commutation tax. ' 

Amount, § 4264. 

Collection, § 4265. 

Exemptions, § 4264. 

Persons liable, § 4264. 

Time of payment, § 4265. 
Cotton weighers, fees, § 6422. 
County attorney, § 4261. 
County auditor. 

Term, § 2698. 

Unexpired term, appointment, § 2699. 
County board of commissioners. 

Appointment, § 4254. 

Attorney, § 4261. 

Bond, § 4255. 

Bookkeeping system, § 4256. 

Chairman, § 4255. 

Clerk. 
Apportionment of road funds, § 

4257. 
Salary and duties, § 4257. 

Compensation, § 4255. 

Composition, § 4254. 

Duties and powers, § 4256. 

General laws applicable, § 4263. 

Meetings, § 4256. 

Office, § 4256. 



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DILLON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
County board of commissioners (Cont'd) 
Readjustment of township lines, § 

4262. 
Reports, publication of, § 4266. 
Road districts, division of county into, 

§ 4259. 
Term, § 4254. 

To act as commissioners of health 
and drainage, § 6156. 
County board of education, §§ 5316, 
5571. 
Election, § 5316. 
Estimate annually of income of 

school districts, § 5571-3. 
Estimates of incomes of school dis- 
tricts, § 5571-3. 
Salary in term, § 5316. 
County treasurer. 
Annual statement, § 4268. 
Discount on taxes, § 2855-2. 
Fee, warrant or tax execution, § 

2819. 
Notice to taxpayers, § 2855-2. 
Payment of school vouchers in ex- 
cess of income, penalty, § 5571-3. 
School vouchers in excess of esti- 
mated income, payment prohibited, 
§ 5571-3. 
Sinking funds, investment, § 4267. 
Term, § 2769. 
Deposit of sinking funds, § 2855-5. 
Deputy road commissioners, duties and 

authority, § 4259. 
Dog tax. 
Amount, § 2620. 
Census of dogs, § 2620. 

Payment for expense, § 2620. 
Listing and collection, § 2620. 
Proceeds credited to school districts, 
§ 2620. 
Drainage, powers and duties of county 

board of commissioners, § 6156. 
Elections, voting precincts, § 2296. 
Fires. 
Forest Fire Control Organization 
Act, § 4268-2. 
Fish, oysters, etc., §g 1807-1, 1807-2. 
Forestry, 
'ire ( 
4268-2. 
Forfeited land commission. 

Sale of real estate by, § 2855-6. 
Game and game laws, §§ 1807 to 1807-2. 
General sessions, terms, § 54. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(18). 
High school districts. 

Division of county into, § 5573. 
Establishment of central high school, 
§ 5573. 



DILLON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
High school districts (Cont'd) 
Lakeview high school district not af- 
fected, § 5573. 
Taxes, uniform rates, § 5573. 
Trustees. 
Composition, § 5573. 
Powers, § 5573. 
Highways. 
Hauling timber, etc., § 1667. 
Mail routes, § 5866. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(18), 
5934. 
Juries for municipalities, drawing, § 

7452(1). 
Landlord and tenant. 
Parol contracts for use of real estate 
for agricultural purposes, § 8825-1. 
License taxes. 
Dogs. 

Amount, § 2620. 
Census of dogs, § 2620. 
Listing and collection, § 2620. 
Payment of expense, § 2620. 
Proceeds credited to school dis- 
tricts, § 2620. 
Licenses, auctioneer of cattle, § 7118. 
Mail routes as highways, § 5869. 
Master. 
Election, § 3701-6. 
Office established, § 3678. 
Term, § 3701-6. 
'Vacancy in office, § 3701-6. 
Mill dams, removal by commissioner 

of health and drainage, § 6156. 
Newspaper, notice in of proposed in- 
crease in taxes, § 2855. 
Office hours, § 4268-3. 
Referee, office abolished, § 3678. 
Register of mesne conveyances. 
Conveyances or mortgages of person- 
alty to federal agencies, § 3638. 
Road districts, division of county into, 

§ 4259. 
Road fund, apportionment, § 4257. 
Road supervisor. 
Duties, § 4258. 
Election and term, § 4258. 
Salary, § 4258. 
Use of chaingang and hired labor, § 

4260. 
Vacancy in office, § 4260. 
Rural police, § 3795-6. 
School district No. 17, § 5574. 
School districts. 
Centralized high school district, § 

5575. 
Inclusion of portion of marion coun- 
ty, § 5330. 
Schools. 
Expenditures, § 5571-3. 
Textbooks, § 5571-2. 



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DILLON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
School trustees. 
Bermuda district No. 17, § 5574. 
Note for overdraft on school fund, § 

5571-3. 
Notes executed by for overdraft, § 
5571-3. 
Sinking funds. 

Deposit, §§ 2855-5, 4267. 
Investment, § 4267. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(18), 

5934. 
Superintendent of education, § 5572. 
Approval of vouchers in excess of 
estimated income, penalty, § 5571-3. 
School vouchers in excess of estimat- 
ed income, approval prohibited, § 
5571-3. 
Supervisor of rural schools. 
Duties, § 5571-1. 
Salary, § 5571-1. 
Taxes. 
Certificates of indebtedness, § 4268-1. 
Collection by county treasurer, inap- 
plicable, § 2773. 
Discount on taxes, § 2855-2. 
Execution lees, § 2819. 
Exemptions, § 2855-3. 
Municipalities to advertise change 

of tax laws, § 2855-1. 
Notice. 
In newspaper of proposed increase 

in, § 2855. 
To taxpayers, § 2855-2. 
Tax collector, § 2855-4. 
Timber, etc., hauling over highways 

regulated, § 1667. 
Township lines and boundaries, re- 
adjustment, § 4262. 
Voting precincts in, § 2296. 
Water courses, drainage, § 6156. 

DILLON, TOWN OF 

Bonded indebtedness, limitations in- 
applicable, Const. '95, art. 8, § 7; art. 
10, § 5. 

Commissioners of public works, abol- 
ished, § 7281. 

Juries, drawing, § 7452(1). 

Municipal tax, § 7437. 

DINING CAR COMPANIES 

License and license taxes, § 2690-2. 

DIPHTHERIA 

Hotels, fumigation and airing of rooms, 

§ 5110. 
Quarantine. 

Duties of local boards of health, § 
5006. 

Of premises, § 5028. 



DIRECTORS 

See Banks; Corporations; etc. 
County boards of directors, see the 
particular counties. 

DIRECT TAX 

Apportionment, Const. U. S. art. 1, §§ 
2, 9. 

DISABILITIES 

See Convicts; Husband and Wife; 
Infants; Insane Persons. 

DISBARMENT 

See Attorneys. 

DISBURSEMENTS 

See Costs. 
Public funds, §§ 2119, 2120. 

DISCHARGE 

See Convicts; Executors and Ad- 
ministrators. 
Military and naval service. 

Forging of, § 8893. 

Registration. 

Certified copy, § 8893. 

Fee, § 8893. 

In office of clerk of court, books, 

§ 8893. 

Oath, § 8893. 

DISCOVERY 

Action abolished, § 674. 

Books and papers, Cir. Ct. rule 43. 

Application, Cir. Ct. rule 43. 

Moving papers, contents, Cir. Ct. rule 
44. 

Order for discovery, Cir. Ct. I'ule 45. 

Order to stay proceedings, Cir. Ct. 
rule 46. 
Examining parties before trial, §§ 674- 

679. 
Judgment debtor, discovery of prop- 
erty of, procedure, §§ 746-755. 
Moving papers, Cir. Ct. rule 44. 
Prosecutions under anti-trust laws, §§ 

6632-6636. 
Supplementary proceedings, §§ 746-755. 

DISCRIMINATION 

See Carriers; Railroads; Trusts and 
Monopolies. 

DISEASED ANIMALS 

See Animals. 

DISEASES 

See Contagious and Infectious Dis- 
eases; Health; Quarantine. 
Asiatic cholera. Governor's authority 
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DISEASES (Cont'd) 
Infants with diseased eyes, report to 

board of health, § 5043. 
Venereal diseases. 
See Venereal Diseases. 

DISINFECTANTS 

See Commercial Disinfectants. 

DISMISSAL AND NONSUIT 

Appeals. 
See Appeal. 

Appeals to circuit court, dismissal, § 
802. 

Complaint, dismissed for neglect in 
serving summons or prosecuting ac- 
tion, S 657. 

Costs of former suit, Cir. Ct. rule 59. 

Master or referee, Cir. Ct. rule 30. 

Motion for nonsuit, reduction to writ- 
ing, Cir. Ct. rule 18. 

Motion to dismiss complaint or answer, 
Cir. Ct. rule 18. 

Submission after jury are considering 
verdict, Cir. Ct. rule 29. 

Want of evidence to support cause of 
action, Cir. Ct. rule 76. 

DISORDERLY CONDUCT 

Highways, § 1394. 

On trains, § 1705. 

Prize fighting, § 1393-1. 

Public disorderly conduct, § 1396. 

DISORDERLY HOUSES 

Injunction to abate as nuisance, §§ 
575-583. 

DISTILLERIES 

Liens of employees for wages, §§ 8789- 
8791. 

DISTRESS 

See Landlord and Tenant. 

Recovery of distrained property, an- 
swer, § 486. 

Recovery of personal property dis- 
trained, venue, § 420. 

Rent, §§ 8818-8825. 

DISTRIBUTION 

See Descent and Distribution; Exec- 
utors and Administrators. 

DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED 
STATES 

Transcripts of judgment and decrees, 
over. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(17). 
docketed in common pleas, § 346. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

Congress to have exclusive legislation 



DISTRICTS 

Drainage. 

See Drains and Drainage. 
School. 

See Schools and School Diatiicto, and 
the particular counties. 

DISTURBING MEETINGS 

Public gathering, punishment for dis- 
orderly conduct, § 1396. 

Religious meeting, punishment, §§ 
1736, 1737. 

Schools attended by girls, punishment, 
§ 1129. 

DITCHES 

See Drains and Drainage; Water 
Courses and Cuts. 
Canals and ditches in St. Helena town- 
ship, Beaufort county, § 6153. 
Cutting across highways. 
Prohibited in Clarendon county, § 

1658. 
Requirements, § 5853. 

DIVIDEND COMPANIES 

See Investment Companies. 

DIVIDENDS 

Payment of unlav/fiil -.vhen, § 7724-3. 

DIVORCE 

Domestic relations courts. 
Counties with city over 70,000, §§ 
256-1 to 256-79. 
See Domestic Relations Court. 
Dower barred by, §§ 8583, 8591. 
Inchoate rights only, § 8592. 
Recognized claims only, § 8593 
Not allowed in South Carolina, Const. 
'95, art. 17, § 3. 

DOCKETS 

Appeals to Supreme Court, docketing 
of cause, § 781. 

Common pleas, docketing cases, § 595. 

Entry of causes on docket, Cir. Ct. rule 
26. 

Judgments and decrees, decree of pro- 
bate court, § 240. 

Magistrate, enter judgments in, § 273. 

Preferences on. Sup. Ct. rule 11. 

Time for placing cases on. Sup. Ct. 
rule 9. 

DOCK YARDS 

Congress to have exclusive legislation. 
Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(17). 

DOCTORS 

Sec Physicians and Surgeons. 



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DOCUMENTARY TAX 

Administration of article by tax com- 
mission, § 2526. 
Cancellation of stamps, § 2523. 
Clerks of court and R. M. C. to report 

violations, § 2526. 
Distribution of stamps, § 2525. 
Duties and powers of tax commission, 

§ 2526. 
Exemptions. 

Governmental and municipal secu- 
rities, § 2522. 

Stoclv certificates issued by B. & L. 
associations, § 2522. 
Laws extended for collection, § 2525. 
Penalties. 

Evasion, § 2523. 

Fraudulent use or reuse, § 2524. 

Interfering with inspection, § 2526. 

Recording without, § 2526(3). 
Rate of tax. 

Bonds of indebtedness, § 2525(1). 

Capital stock issues, § 2525(2). 
Transfers, § 2525(3). 

Conveyances, § 2525(5). 

Notes and written obligations, to 
pay, § 2525(4). 

Powers of attorney, § 2525(7). 

Proxies, § 2525(6). 
Taxes levied, § 2521. 

DOCUMENTS 

See Books; Evidence; Papers. 

DOGS 

See, also, the particular counties. 
Defined, § 2610. 
Hydrophobia, quarantine of infected 

animal, § 5011. 
Killing of rabid or stock-injuring dog 

in Fairfield, Richland or York, §§ 

3426, 3427. 
License tax. 

Aiken county, § 2616. 

Amount, § 2610. 

Beaufort county, § 2616-1. 

Berkeley county, § 2616. 

Calhoun county, § 2616-2. 

Charleston county, § 2616-3. 

Cherokee county, § 2617. 

Chesterfield county, § 2616. 

Clarendon county, § 2618. 

Collar tags, § 2611. 

Not removable except while hunt- 
ing, § 2612. 

Collection, § 2609. 

Darlington county, § 2616. 

Definitions, § 2610. 

Dillon county, § 2620. 

Disposition of fines, § 2613. 

Edgefield county, § 2622. 

Enforcement of provisions, § 2613. 



DOGS (Cont'd) 
License tax (Cont'd) 

Failure to pay, § 1724. 

Fees of county treasurer, § 2614. 

Florence county, § 2624. 

Georgetown county, § 2616. 

Greenwood county, § 2625. 

Hampton county, § 2625-1. 

Laurens county, § 2625. 

Lee county, § 2616. 

Lexington county, § 2616. 

Marion county, § 2626. 

Newberry county, § 2627. 

Orangeburg county, § 2616-1. 

Owning or harboring without paying 
tax, § 2613. 

Return, § 2609. 

Saluda county, § 2629. 

School trustees to aid in enforce- 
ment, § 2615. 

Spartanburg county, § 2630. 

Williamsburg county, § 2631. 

York county, § 2616. 
Rabies. 

Inoculation against, § 3424. 

Inoculation in Greenville county, § 
3425. 
Sheep-killing dogs. 

Keeping prohibited, § 1178. 

.Liability of owner, § 3423. 
Worrying sheep, killing of dog, § 3422. 

DOMESTIC ANIMALS 

See Animals; Stock Laws. 

DOMESTIC RELATIONS 

See Husband and Wife; Divorce; 
Dower; Infants; Parent and Child. 

DOMESTIC RELATIONS COURT 

Counties with city over 70,000, §§ 256-1 

to 256-79. 
Acknowledgments, § 256-14. 
Adjournment, § 256-59. 
Appeals, § 256-24. 

Family court, § 256-44. 
Applicable to counties with city 

over 70,000, § 256-1. 
Arrest of children, §§ 256-30, 256-34. 
Arrest of respondent, § 256-55. 
Arrest of violators, § 256-56. 
Arrests, § 256-60. 

When court not in session, § 256-66. 
Attendance of children at court, § 

256-19. 
Bail. 

Admission to bail, § 256-65. 

Bond, § 256-65. 

Bonds. 
Requiring new or additional secu- 
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DOMESTIC RELATIONS COURT 

(Cont'd) 
Counties with city over 70,000 (Cont'd) 
Clerk, § 256-9. 
Attendance, § 256-8. 
Duties of clerk of children's court, 
S 256-10. 

Handling funds, § 256-11. 
Preparation of papers, § 256-11. 
Report, § 256-11. 
Compromise issues, § 256-51. 
Confession of judgment, § 256-36. 
Confinement of children, § 256-30. 
Constables, § 256-9. 
Construction, § 256-41. 
Cooperation of agencies. § 256-22. 
Cooperation of county and municipal 

authorities, § 256-22. 
Cooperation of public officials, § 

256-49. 
Counsel, § 256-61. 
County attorney. 

Duties, § 256-25. 
Court. 

Quarters, § 256-18. 
Court records, § 256-8. 
Death of respondent, § 256-73. 
Default, § 256-71. 

Court decides, § 256-72. 
Use of forfeited funds, § 256-73. 
Definitions, § 256-2. 
Disbursements, § 256-15. 
Discharge of children, § 256-34. 
Divisions, § 256-4. 
Effect of other laws, § 256-77. 
Establishment, § 256-3. 
Evidence, § 256-59. 
Examination of children, § 256-37. 
Family court, § 25o-42. 

Powers, § 256-43. 
Furniture, § 256-18. 
Guardian ad litem, § 256-35. 
Hearings, §§ 256-33, 256-59. 
Adjournment, § 256-35. 
Hear and determine issues, § 256- 
58. 
Husband and wife. 

Support and maintenance, § 256-45. 
When husband liable for support 
or guilty of non-support, § 256- 
46. 
Inferior to circuit court, § 256-3. 
Information from banks, § 256-49. 
Inspection of records, § 256-20. 
Interview of respondent, § 256-50. 
Invalidity, § 256-79. 
Investigations, § 256-8. 
Judge, § 256-5. 
Appointment, § 256-5. 
Approval of compromise, S 256-51. 
Makes certain rules and regula- 
tions, § 256-7. 



DOMESTIC RELATIONS COURT 

(Cont'd) 
Counties with city over 70,000 (Cont'd) 
Judge (Cont'd) 
Practicing law, § 256-5. 
Probate judge act in absence of 

judge of children's court, § 256- 

17. 
Removable, § 256-6. 
Salary, § 256-5. 
Summons, § 256-28. 
Term, § 256-6. 
Vacancy, § 256-6. 
Vacation for judge. 



§ 256-17. 



Visiting institutions, § 256-39. 
Judgment, § 256-35. 

Effect of. §§ 255-36, 256-72. 
Modifications and vacations, § 256- 

38. 
Use of defaulted funds, § 256-73. 
Jurisdiction, §§ 256-3, 256-26. 
Concurrent jurisdiction with cir- 
cuit court, § 256-44. 
Concurrent jurisdiction with pro- 
bate judge, § 256-40. 
Family court, § 256-42. 
Other courts not affected, § 256-78. 
Magistrates. 
Duty as to certain persons, § 256- 

67. 
Duty as to children, § 256-30. 
Medical and surgical care, § 256-37. 
New trial, § 256-38. 
Notice to respondent, § 256-50. 
Oaths, § 256-14. 
Children testifying without being 
under oath, § 256-32. 
Orders and decrees. 
Certificate of order of protection, 

§ 256-56. 
Enforcement, § 256-23. 
Modifications and vacations, § 256- 

38. 
Order of liability, § 256-75. 
Petition. 

Institution of proceedings, § 256-27. 
Powers, § 256-3. 
Presumptions, § 256-61. 
Probate judge. 

Concurrent jurisdiction, § 256-40. 
Probation. 
Place on probation, § 256-63. 
Probation officer visits persons in 

jail, § 256-68. 
Revocation, § 256-64. 
Probation officer, §§ 253-9, 256-12. 
Attendance, § 256-8. 
Duties, § 256-13. 
Investigations, § 256-16. 
Supervision of probationers, § 256- 
16. 
Procedure. 
Family court, § 256-44. 



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DOMESTIC RELATIONS COURT 

(Cont'd) 
Counties with city over 70,000 (Cont'd) 
Procedure when not prescribed, § 

256-31. 
Process. 

Service, §§ 256-29, 256-57. 
Receipts, § 256-15. 
Release of children, § 256-34. 
Report on children, § 256-22. 
Seal, § 256-21. 
Short title, § 256-1. 
Subpoenas, § 256-8. 
Summons. 
Issue summons when parties can- 
not agree, § 256-52. 
Judge directs, § 256-28. 
Service, §§ 256-29, 256-57. 
Service by petitioner, § 256-55. 
Supplies, § 256-18. 
Support and maintenance. 
Bond for, § 256-69. 
Failure to support, § 256-62. 
Husband liable for support of wife 

and children, § 256-45. 
Liability of wife, grandparents, 
and step-parents for support of 
children, § 256-45. 
New bond, § 256-70. 
Petition for support of wife or 
child, § 256-47. 
Petition, § 256-48. 
Temporary support, § 256-59. 
When husband liable for support 
or guilty of non-support, § 256- 
46. 
Suretyship. 

Relieve of liability, § 256-74. 
Terms of court, § 256-17. 
Warrants. 
Form of warrant, § 256-54. 
Issuance and service, § 256-53. 
Service, § 256-29. 
Service by petitioner, § 256-55. 
Witnesses, §§ 256-28, 256-61. 

Children testifying without being 
under oath, § 256-32. 
Non-support. See within this title, 
"Counties with city over 70,000." 

DONALDS, TOWN OF 

Commissioners of public works, abol- 
ished, § 7281. 

DONATIONS 

See Gifts. 

DORCHESTER COUNTY 

Annual supply bill. 

Legislative delegation may change, 
§ 4293. 
Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052. 



DORCHESTER COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Automobile repair shops. 
Bailiffs, § 3518. 
Bonds. 

For paying outstanding obligations 
excepted from constitutional lim- 
itations. Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 

Outstanding validated, Const. '95, art. 
10, § 5. 

Sale of bonds held by treasurer, § 
4294. 

Township road bonds, §§ 4283-4292. 
Boundaries, § 2993. 
Chaingang. 

Floating chaingang, § 4279. 
Circuit court, terms, § 51. 
Clerk of court. 

Bond, §§ 3579, 4280. 

Fees, § 4929. 

Excepted, § 4923. 
Common pleas, terms, § 51. 
Commutation tax. 

Amount, § 5860. 

Apportionment, § 4281. 

Disposition of revenues, § 4290. 

Failure to pay, § 1725. 

Record of persons paying, § 5864. 

Return, § 5864. 
Constable for town of Givhan. 

Jurisdiction, § 3796-1. 

Powers, § 3796-1. 

Salary, § 3796-1. 
Cotton weighers, § 6423. 
Cotton, weighing in market where 

weigher elected, punishment, § 6401-1. 
County auditor. 

Bond, §§ 2698, 4280. 
County board of directors. 

Appointment, § 4271. 

Bond, §§ 4271, 4280. 

Chairman. 
Bond, § 4280. 
Term of office, § 4273. 

Composition, § 4270. 

Election of successors, § 4278. 

Meaning of county board of commis- 
sioners as used in acts, etc., § 4296. 

Powers and duties, § 4277. 

Terms, § 4276. 

Vacancies, § 4278. 
County board of education, § 5576. 

Borrowing in anticipation of collec 
tions, § 5577. 

Budgets for school districts, § 5577 

Funds of, § 5577. 

School claims, examination, § 5577 

School trustees, appointment, § 
5571-1. 

Vacancies, § 5578. 
County board of health. 

Appropriations, § 5056-3. 

Composition, g 5056-3. 



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DORCHESTER COUNTY (Cont'd) 
County board of health (Cont'd) 
Health department, § 5056-3. 

Director, § 5056-3. 
Secretary, S 5056-3. 
Services to community enumerated, 

§ 5056-3. 
State board of health, under control 

of, § 5056-3. 
Terms, § 5056-3. 
County court, provisions as to inap- 
plicable, § 101. 
County funds. 
Apportioning among banks, § 2856-1. 
Payment of interest, § 2856-1. 
Security for deposit, § 2856-1. 
Unauthorized deposit, punishment, § 
2856-1. 
County treasurer. 
Monthly report, § 4295. 
Sale of bonds and notes held by treas- 
urer, § 4294. 
Security for deposits, § 2856-1. 
Deposits of county funds, security, § 

2856-1. 
Dog tax. 
Code provisions inapplicable, §§ 2611, 
2612. 
Dry wells, maintenance in towns of 

more than 500, inapplicable, § 1488. 
Elections. 
Primary. 
Managers or clerks, appointment, 

§ 2418-3(2). 
Notice of reorganization of clubs, § 

2418-3(2). 
Watchers at polls, § 2418-3(2). 
Voting precincts, §§ 2296, 2418-3. 
Primary elections, § 2418-3(1). 
Fees, clerk of court, §§ 4925, 4929. 
Fires. 
Forest Fire Control Organization Act, 
§ 4297. 
Fish, oysters, etc., § 1808. 
Floating chaingang, § 4279. 
Forestry. 
Forest Fire Control Organization Act, 
§ 4297. 
Forfeited land commission, § 2856-2. 
General sessions, terms, § 51. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(19). 
Highways. 
Board of highway beautification, § 

4063. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(19), 

5934. 
Township road bonds, §§ 4283-4292. 

Inquests, jury, fees and mileage, inap- 
plicable, § 1070. 

Investment of sinking funds, inappli- 
cable, § 3884. 



DORCHESTER COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Magistrates, S 3762. 
Marriage license, fee of probate judge, 

§ 8558. 
Master. 

Appointment, § 3678. 
Attendance at court house, § 3678. 
Bond, § 3679. 
Office abolished, § 3701-7. 
Term of office, § 3678. 
Notes. 
Sale of notes held by county treas- 
urer, § 4294. 
Notes outstanding validated. Const. '95, 

art. 10, § 5. 
Primary elections. 
Managers or clerks, appointment, § 

2418-3(2). 
Notice of reorganization of clubs, § 

2418-3(2). 
Voting precincts, § 2418-3(1). 
Watchers at polls, § 2418-3(2). 
Probate judge. 
Bond, § 4280. 
Duties of master devolved on, § 

3701-7. 
Marriage license, fee, § 8558. 
Referee, office abolished, § 3678. 
Register of mesne conveyances. 
Fee for recording certain mortgages 
on crops and personalty, § 3639-2. 
Fees, § 4929. 
Road districts. 
Division of county into, § 4272. 
One county director from each dis- 
trict, § 4271. 
Road taxes, delinquent, § 4281. 
Rural police, § 3796. 
Appointment by sheriff, § 3796. 
Bonds, § 3796. 
Oath, § 3796. 
Powers and duties, § 3796. 
Qualifications, § 3796. 
Reports to sheriff, § 3796. 
School claims, borrowing of money to 

pay, § 5371. 
School districts. 

Special tax in certain districts, § 

5579. 
Special tax, reduction or discontinu- 
ance, inapplicable, § 5332. 
Ta.x in Dclemars school district No. 

13, S 5579-4. 
Tax in Harleyville school district, § 

5579-3. 
Tax in Risher-Byrd school district 

No. 7, § 5579-1. 
Tax in school district No. 8, § 5579-2. 
Tax in Stallsville school district, § 

5579-5. 
Uniform budget system, § 5577. 



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DORCHESTER COUNTY (Cont'd) 
School trustees. 

Annual budget, contents, § 5577. 

Appointment, §§ 5571-1, 5578. 

Contingent fee, § 5578-1. 

Terms of office. §§ 5571-1, 5578. 

Vacancies. §§ 5571-1, 5578. 
Sheriff. 

Bond, § 4280. 

Rural police, appointment, § 3796. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(19), 5934. 
Streams. 

Duty of landowner to clean out, in- 
applicable, § 1217. 

Obstruction, inapplicable, § 1217. 
Superintendent of education. 

Audit of books, § 5577. 

Bond. § 4280. 

Member county board of health, § 
5056-3. 
Supply bill. 

Legislative delegation may change, 
§ 4293. 
Taxes. 

Exemptions, § 2856. 

Refunding bonds. Const. '95, art. 10, 
§ 5. 

Schools. See within this title, "School 
Districts." 

Special tax in certain school districts, 
§ 5579. 

Township highway bonds, § 4288. 
Township highway bonds. 

Disposition of proceeds, § 4290. 

Election, § 4283. 
Ballots, § 4286. 
Notice, § 4285. 

Form, § 4289. 

Issuance, § 4283. 

Issuance and sale, § 4286. 

Tax levy, § 4288. 

Township a unit, § 4292. 
Township road improvement commis- 
sion. 

Bond, § 4287. 

Compensation, § 4291. 

Election, § 4284. 

Filing of pledges and expense ac- 
count. § 4287. 

Requiremients of candidates, § 4287. 

Term, § 4291. 
Towns, rules for wells for sewerage 

purposes, § 1488. 
Voting precincts, §§ 2296, 2418-3. 

Primary elections, § 2418-3(1). 

DOUBLE JEOPARDY 

Arraignment on new indictment, § 998. 
Autrefois acquit, §§ 994, 1006. 
Autrefois convict, §§ 994, 1006. 
Military courts, § 2957(45). 



DOUBLE JEOPARDY (Cont'd) 
Municipal or magistrate's court, deci- 
sion in, § 994. 
Twice in jeopardy for same offense 
prohibited. Const. U. S. amend. 5; 
Const. '95, art. 1, § 17. 

DOVES 

See Game. 
Domestic doves, open season, §§ 1757, 

1781(9). 
Sale. 

Penalty, § 1783-3. 

Unlawful, § 1783-3. 

DOWER 

Allotment. 

Application by widow, § 8603. 
Assessments of dower, § 8609. 

Against purchaser, § 8609. 

Husband died seized, § 8610. 
Circuit courts, procedure, § 8611. 
Commissioners. 

Appointment by court, § 8606. 

Nomination, § 8605. 

Real value of land regarded, § 8608. 

Writ and certificate, § 8605. 
Expenses, payment by claimant, § 

8607. 
Money in lieu of dower, § 8608. 
Summons, § 8604. 
Surveyors, § 8607. 
Value of land, determination, §§ 8609, 

8610. 
Writ of admeasurement, issuance, § 

8605. 
Assessment when husband dies seized, 

§ 8610. 
Barred. 
Acceptance of provisions by widow 

of intestate, § 8912. 
Adultery, § 8583. 
Desertion, §§ 8583, 8584. 
Divorce in another state, § 8583. 
Divorce obtained by wife, § 8591. 

Inchoate rights only, § 8592. 

Recognized claims only, § 8593. 
Elopment, § 8583. 
Jointure, § 8586. 
Remarriage by wife, § 8594. 

Inchoate rights only, § 8595. 

Recognized claims only, § 8596. 
Widow's acceptance of distributive 

share, § 8582. 
Commisisoners, fees, § 4961. 
Desertion of husband. 
Forfeiture, §§ 8583, 8584. 
Reconciliation, § 8585. 
Distributive share, widow's acceptance 

bars dower, § 8582. 
Forfeiture. 
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DOWER (Cont'd) 
Insane married women. 
Divestment of dower, § 8597. 
Bond by husband, § 8598. 
Conditions, § 8598. 
Effect of endorsement, § 8600. 
Endorsement on deed or mortgage, 

§ 8599. 
Existing deeds, § 8601. 
Petition, § 8597. 

Recording of endorsement, § 8600. 
Unsoundness existing but not ad- 
judged, § 8602. 
Jointure. 
Bar to dower, § 8586. 
Entitled to dower in absence of, § 

8587, 
Eviction, dower in residue, § 8588. 
Refusal after husband's death, § 
8589. 

Refusal to demand dower, § 8590. 
Minor wife, renunciation by, § 8580. 
Mortgages, widow not joining, § 8887. 
Remarriage of wife. 
Dower barred, § 8594. 
Inchoate rights only, § 8595. 
Recognized claims only, § 8596. 
Renunciation. 

Acknowledgment, § 8578. 
Certificate, § 8578. 
Endorsed on release, § 8581. 
Recording, § 8581. 
Priority, § 8875. 
Seal, § 8578. 
Validating, § 8578. 
Effect, S 8578. 
Minor wife, § 8580. 
Mode, § 8579. 
Recording, § 3635. 
Successors of husband's title in land, 

§ 8580. 
Validated, § 8579. 
Who may take, § 8578. 
Writs of dedimus potestatem, clerk 
of court may grant, § 3598. 
Widow of intestate, provisions in lieu 
of dower, § 8912. 

DRAINAGE DISTRICTS 

See Drains and Drainage. 

DRAINAGE SYSTEMS 

Eminent domain, §§ 9186 to 9212. 
See Eminent Domain. 

DRAINS AND DRAINAGE 

Sec, also, the particular counties. 
Bankruptcy. 

Taking benefits and assuming bur- 
dens of acts of Congress relating to 
bankruptcy, § 7041-1. 



DRAINS AND DRAINAGE (Cont'd) 
Canals and ditches in St. Helena town- 
ship, Beaufort county, § 6153. 
Clerk of common pleas, powers and 

jurisdiction, § 6096. 
Commissioners of health and drainage, 

powers and duties, § 6156. 
Condemnation, districts and improve- 
ments, § 6102. 
Consolidation, notice of filing of pe- 
tition, § 6199. 
Constitution of South Carolina. 
Eminent domain, art. 1 of amend- 
ments to Const. 
Counties. 
Regulation of traffic in counties with 
city over 70,000, § 6154. 
County treasurers, drainage districts 

taxes, § 6177. 
Districts. 
Act cumulative, § 6209. 
Act declared remedial, § 6210. 
Actions. 
Death not to abate, § 6189. 
Resident representative of deceasec 

party, § 6189. 
Revival, § 6189. 
Appeal not to act as supersedeas, § 

6190. 
Appraisers. 
Appointment, § 6167. 
Assessment of benefits and dam- 
ages, § 6169. 
Assessment of damages, acquies- 

cense, § 6171. 
Chairman, § 6168. 
Compensation, § 6169. 
Extension of boundary lines, § 

6169. 
Meetings, S 6168. 
Notice of appointment, § 6168. 
Notice of filing report, § 6170. 
Oath, § 6168. 
Petition to judge for appointment, 

i! 6167. 
Qualifications, § 6167. 
Quorum, § 6167. 
Reports. 

Confirmation, § 6171. 
Exceptions to. § 6171. 
Form, § 6169. 
Notice of filing, § 6170. 
Transmission and filing of copy, 
§ 6171. 
Viewing of premises, § 6169. 
Assessment. 
Adjustment, § 6218. 
Collection, § 6215. 
Default in payment, § 6216. 
Extension of time of payment, 5 
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DRAINS AND DRAINAGE (Cont'd) 
Districts (Cont'd) 
Assessment (Cont'd) 

Fees of county auditor and treas- 
urer, § 6217. 

Payment in cash, § 6220. 
Assessment books, correction, § 6219. 
Assessment for benefits. 

Additional assessment, § 6201. 

Readjustment, § 6198. 
Procedure, § 6198. 
Assessment for preliminary ex- 
penses, § 6166. 
Assessment of benefits and damages, 

§ 6169. 
Assessment roll, duplicate, § 6214. 
Attorney. 

Duties, § 6183. 

Employment, § 6183. 
Bankruptcy. 

Taking benefits and assuming bur- 
dens of acts of Congress relating 
to bankruptcy, § 7041-1. 
Board of drainage commissioners. 

Assessment roll, § 6214. 

Warrants, issuance, § 6213. 
Board of supervisors. 

Actual expenses, § 6163. 

Annual elections, § 6161. 

Appointment on failure to elect, §§ 
6160, 6161. 

Attorney, § 6183. 

Chief engineer, appointment, § 
6164. 

Compensation, § 6163. 

Composition, § 6160. 

Condemnation, § 6182. 

Consent to connection with exist- 
ing drains, § 6203. 

Contracts for improvements, § 
6172. 

District treasurer, appointment, § 
6181. 

Election, § 6160. 

Employees, compensation, § 6192. 

Employment of labor and purchase 
of machinery, § 6172. 

Extension of existence of district, 
§ 6200. 

Meeting of landowners to elect, § 
6160. 

Necessary improvements, § 6182. 

Oath, § 6162. 

Officers, § 6163. 

Compensation, § 6192. 

Organization, § 6163. 

Power plant, power to construct 
and maintain, § 6182. 

Powers and authority, § 6182. 

Record. 
Entries, § 6184. 
Of proceedings, § 6163. 



DRAINS AND DRAINAGE (Cont'd) 
Districts (Cont'd) 
Board of supervisors (Cont'd) 

Removal, § 6160. 
Of officers and employees, § 
6202. 

Report to land owners, § 6163. 

Seal, 6163. 

Secretary, § 6163. 
Assisting appraisers, § 6169. 

Terms, § 6160. 

Vacancies, §§ 6160, 6161. 

Works and improvements, § 6182. 
Bonds. 

Issuance, denominations, sale, etc., 
§ 6196. 

Liability of sureties, § 6188. 

Lien, § 6206. 

Refunding outstanding bonds, § 
6210-1. 

Tax levies, § 6196. 
Boundaries, extension, § 6194. 
Bridges. 

Building or enlarging, § 6186. 

Ditch crossing highway, § 6186. 
Changes, corrections, etc., § 6194. 
Chief engineer. 

Annual report, §§ 6165, 6172. 

Appointment, etc., § 6164. 

Bond, § 6164. 

Plan for drainage or reclamation, 
§ 6165. 

Powers, § 6164. 

Report, maps, plans, etc., § 6164. 

Superintendent of improvements, § 
6172. 

Surveys, § 6164. 
Claims, bills, etc. 

Issuance of warrants for payment, 
§ 6213. 

Payment, § 6212. 
Clauses of article independent, § 

6208. 
Collection of assessments, § 6215. 
Common pleas, original and exclu- 
sive jurisdiction, § 6158. 
Compensation of officers and em- 
ployees, § 6192. 
Condemnation of land, § 6171. 

Payment, § 6185. 

Rights-of-way, § 6182. 
Connection with existing drains, etc., 

§ 6203. 
Consolidation, § 6199. 
Construction of article, § 6209. 
Continuance of pending proceedings 

for organization, § 6209. 
Contracts for improvements, § 6172. 
Correction of errors, etc., in decree 

or plan of reclamation, § 6194. 
Costs, dissolution, § 6191. 



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DRAINS AND DRAINAGE (Cont'd) 
Districts (Cont'd) 
County auditor. 

Assessment rolls, § 6214. 

Fees, S 6217. 
County treasurer. 

Collection of taxes, § 6175. 

Fees, § 6217. 
Delinquent lands, sale, §§ 6179, 6180. 
Delinquent taxes, suits for collection, 

§ 6179. 
Disbursement of funds by county 

treasurer, § 6212. 
Dismissal of proceedings, § 6159. 
Dissolution if cost excessive, § 6191. 
Ditches, construction, § 6205. 
Drainage tax book, prima facie evi- 
dence, § 6179. 
Eminent domain, § 6182. 

Payment for land taken, § 6185. 
Existing districts, reorganization, § 

6209. 
Existing ditches, etc., connection 

with, § 6203. 
Extension of existence. 

Decree granting, § 6200. 

Meeting of landowners, § 6200. 

Petitioh, § 6200. 

Procedure, § 6200. 
Filing of copy of findings and de- 
cree, § 6159. 
Formation of, § 6157. 
Funds. 

Care and disbursement, § 6181. 

Deposited with county treasurer, § 
6211. 

Deposit in Clarendon and 'Wil- 
liamsburg counties, § 6211. 

Interest on unpaid warrants, § 
6187. 

■Warrants for payment, § 6181. 
Hearing, § 6159. 

Highways, ditches across, § 6186. 
Hydro-electrical power plants, § 

6182. 
Liberal construction of article, § 

6210. 
Loan to meet emergencies, § 6166. 
Maintenance tax, § 6197. 
Notice. 

Form of, § 6158. 

Publication, § 6158. 
Objections, § 6159. 

Hearings, § 6159. 
Obstruction or injury to works, § 

6207. 
Officers and employees. 

Compensation, § 6192. 

Removal, § 6202. 
Official bonds, sureties, § 6188. 
Overseers, duties, § 6195. 
Owners defined, § 6193. 



DRAINS AND DRAINAGE (Cont'd) 
Districts (Cont'd) 
Partial invalidity of article, § 6208. 
Petition. 
Amendment, § 6159. 
Contents, § 6157. 
Filing, § 6157. 
For changes, amendments, correc- 
tions, etc., § 6194. 
For correction of errors in decree, 

§ 6194. 
For extension of boundaries, § 
6194. 
Plan of reclamation, § 6165. 
Additions to, S 6201. 
Amendments, corrections, etc., pro- 
cedure, § 6194. 
Transmitting copy to clerk of 
court, § 6167. 
Plans and specifications, prepara- 
tion, § 6172. 
Preliminary expenses. 
Inclusion in total cost of improve- 
ments, § 6166. 
Tax to pay for, § 6166. 
Preservation and maintenance, § 
6182. 
Overseers. § 6195. 
Readjustment of assessment of bene- 
fits, § 6198. 
Reassessment and classification of 

land conveyed, § 6218. 
Reorganization of existing districts, 

§ 6209. 
Right-of-way, § 6182. 

Payment for lands taken, § 6185. 
Sale of delinquent lands, § 6180. 
Notice, § 6179. 

Provisions for taxes, § 6180. 
Redemption, § 6180. 
Separability of article, § 6208. 
Sinking fund commission. 
Election of board of supervisors, § 

6160. 
Powers, § 6157. 
State highway department, co-opera- 
tion with, § 5883. 
Subdrainage districts, lien for taxes, 

§ 6178. 
Suits to enforce lien for delinquent 
taxes, § 6179. 
Irregularities no defense, § 6180. 
Sureties on bonds, liability. § 6188. 

Taxes. 
Additional levies for payment of 

bonds, § 6196. 
Additional taxes, § 6201. 
Adjustment of assessments, § 6218. 
Amount, § 6173. 
Annual installments, § 6174. 
Apportionment, § 6173. 



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DRAINS AND DRAINAGE (Cont'd) 
Districts (Cont'd) 
Taxes (Cont'd) 
Assessment, § 6173. 
Enforcement by mandamus, § 
6206. 
Assessment rolls, § 6214. 
Certificate of annual installment, § 

6174. 
Collection, § 6175. 
Time of, § 6174. 
Collection of assessments, § 6215. 
County treasurer. 
Bond, § 6175. 
Compensation, § 6177. 
Penalty for neglect, § 6177. 
Return of drainage tax book § 
6175. 
Delinquent. 
Collection, § 6175. 
Penalty, § 6176. 
Sale of lands, § 6180. 
Suit for collection, § 6179. 
Division or sale of tract, § 6175. 
Drainage tax book, § 6175. 
Drainage tax record, § 6173. 
Execution on default, § 6216. 
Extension of time of payment, § 

6221. 
Levy, § 6173. 

Lien for delinquent taxes, § 6178. 
Enforcement, § 6179. 

Irregularities, no defense, § 
6180. 
Maintenance tax, § 6197. 
Payment in cash, § 6220. 
Payment of assessments, § 6204. 
Payment of bonds, § 6196. 
Preliminary expenses, § 6166. 
Refund, § 6166. 
State lands, § 6173. 
Subdrainage districts, lien, § 6178. 
Treasurers. 
Appointment, § 6181. 
Bond, § 6181. 
Bond on receipt of drainage bonds, 

§ 6196. 
Deputy, § 6181. 
Duties, § 6181. 
Sale of bonds, § 6196. 
Uniform tax for preliminary ex- 
penses, § 6166. 
Refund, § 6171. 
Unpaid vi'arrant, interest, § 6187. 
Works and improvements, § 6182. 
Written consent of majority of land- 
owners, § 6159. 
Districts and improvements. 

Adjoining states, joint proceedings, 

§ 6133. 
Appeals, § 6103. 



DRAINS AND DRAINAGE (Cont'd) 
Districts and improvements (Cont'd) 
Appeals from confirmation of final 

report, § 6112. 
Assessment of damages, § 6106. 
Assessment roll, § 6126. 
Assessments. 
Bonds, § 6127. 

Change or modification, § 6130. 
Collection, § 6127. 
Failure to paj', waiver of irregu- 
larities, etc., § 6128. 
Method, § 6126. 
Board of drainage commissioners. 
Appointment, § 6114. 
Changing or modifying asssess- 

ment, § 6130. 
Compensation, § 6114. 
Officers, S 6114. 

Repair and maintenance, § 6124. 
Seal, § 6114. 
Superintendent of construction, § 

6115. 
Vacancies, § 6114. 
Board of viewers, § 6097. 
Account of cost of survey, § 6108. 
Assessment of damages, § 6106. 
Classification of lands, § 6107. 
Compensation, § 6131. 
Complete report, § 6105. 
Costs and expenses, § 6097. 
Duties, § 6098. 
Final report, § 6110. 
Removal, § 6136. 
Report. 

Contents, § 6098. 
Preliminary report, § 6098. 
Survey, procedure, § 6105. 
Bonds. 
Assessment, § 6129. 
Consent to issuance, § 6128. 
Default in payment. § 6129. 
Interest, § 6129. 
Issuance, § 6129. 
Notice, § 6127. 
Sinking fund, § 6129. 
Special assessment, § 6129. 
Tax, § 6129. 
Terms, § 6129. 
Classification of land according to 

benefits, § 6107. 
Clerk of common pleas. 
Powers and jurisdiction, § 6096. 
Removal of officials, § 6136. 
Condemnation, § 6102. 
Construction. 
Action against defaulting contrac- 
tor, § 6118. 
Contracts, § 6116. 
Payment, § 6117. 
Contractor, bond, § 6116. 
Contracts, § 6116. 



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DRAINS AND DRAINAGE (Cont'd) 
Districts and improvements (Cont'd) 
Cost and expenses, payment, § 6131. 
Counties excepted, § 6096. 
County officers, additional compen- 
sation, § 6135. 
Damage or obstruction to, § 6124. 
Default of contractor, § 6118. 
Defects in proceedings, § 6132. 
Drainage record book, § 6113. 
Drainage tax duplicate, § 6126. 
Employees, compensation, § 6131. 
Engineer. 

Compensation, § 6131. 

Removal, § 6136. 
Establishment, § 6096. 

Declaration, § 6101. 
Examination of lands, § 6098. 
Exclusion of land not affected, § 

6101. 
Federal aid, § 6134. 
Final report, § 6110. 

Appeal from confirmation, § 6112. 

Hearing, procedure, § 6111. 

Notice of hearing, § 6110. 
Hearing. 

Final report, § 6110. 

Final report, procedure, § 6111. 

Preliminary report, § 6101. 
Highways, assessment for benefits, § 

6120. 
Illegality in proceedings, waiver, § 

6132. 
Inclusion of lands affected, § 6101. 
Joinder of counties, § 6133. 
Joint proceedings with bordering 

state, § 6133. 
Lateral drains, use of ditches, etc., 

as outlets, § 6125. 
Local drainage laws not affected, § 

6137. 
Map and profile, § 6105. 
Notice, § 6097. 
Notice of hearing, § 6100. 
Outlet for lateral drains, § 6125. 
Person defined, § 6128. 
Petition, S 6097. 

Amendment, § 6101. 

Bond, S 6097. 

Contents, § 6097. 

Dismissal, S 6099. 

Filing, § 6097. 

Renewal after dismissal, § 6099. 
Preliminary report. 

Action on, § 6099. 

Hearing, procedure, § 6101. 

Notice of hearing, § 6100. 

Of board of viewers, § 6098. 
Proceedings, ex parte or advisory, § 

6136. 



DRAINS AND DRAINAGE (Cont'd) 
Districts and improvements (Cont'd) 
Railroads. 
Assessment of benefits, § 6121. 
Cost of crossing right-of-way, § 

6123. 
Liability for delay, § 6123. 
Notice to, § 6122. 
Relevy, § 6130. 

Repair and maintenance, § 6124. 
Report by board of viewers, § 6098. 

Action on, § 6099. 
Right-of-way, condemnation, § 6102. 
Rights of contractor, § 6119. 
Summons, § 6097. 
Superintendent of construction. 
Appointment and bond, § 6115. 
Removal, § 6136. 
Survey, §S 6104-6109. 
Account of costs, § 6108. 
Complete survey, § 6104. 
Delay, extension of time, § 6109. 
Tax roll, duplicate, § 6126. 
Ditches, bonds, enforcement of tax 

levy for payment, § 6206. 
Federal aid, § 6134. 

Funds, deposited with county treas- 
urer, § 6211. 
Health and drainage commissioners, 

powers and duties, § 6156. 
Highways. 

Drainage canals across, § 5883. 
Drained in Newberry county, § 1654. 
Obstruction of drainage, § 5831. 
Municipal corporations, drainage of 

surface water, § 7301. 
Obstruction or injury. 
City drainage, § 1204. 
Ditches and drains, §§ 1648, 1678. 
Drainage works, §§ 1228, 6207. 
Drains in Charleston county, § 1490. 
Penalty for damaging, § 1644. 
Redemption of lands sold for delin- 
quent taxes, § 6180. 
Right-of-way. 
Board of referees. 
Appeal to magistrates, § 6142. 
Composition, § 6142. 
Duties, § 6143. 
Meetings, § 6143. 
Report of findings, § 6144. 
Damage and compensation, deter- 
mination, § 6143. 
Establishment, § 6143. 
Minor or incompetent servient ten- 
ant, § 6141. 
Notice to nonresident servient ten- 
ant, § 6139. 
Method, § 6140. 
Proof of, § 6140. 
Notice to servient tenant, § 6139. 



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DRAINS AND DRAINAGE (Cont'd) 
Right-of-way (Cont'd) 
Objections by servient tenant, pro- 
cedure, § 6139. 
Referees, § 6139. 

Refusal of servient tenant to ap- 
point, § 6145. 
Waterways for drainage, § 6138. 
Sanitary and drainage commission. 
Alterations and improvements, § 

6148. 
Appointment, § 6146. 
Bond, § 6151. 
Charleston county, existing laws not 

affected, § 6137. 
Condemnation of lands, § 6148. 
Control of drains, etc., § 6148. 
County chaingang, utilizing of, 6148. 
Duties and powers, § 6148. 
Estimate of expenses, § 6148. 
Existing drainage laws not affected, 

§ 6152. 
Functions, § 6147. 
Moneys to be paid to, § 6150. 
Number of members, § 6146. 
Powers and function, § 6147. 
Regulation of traffic in counties with 

city over 70,000, § 6154. 
Repair and maintenance of drains, § 

6148. 
Reports, § 6148. 
Secretary, bond, § 6150. 
Terms, § 6146. 
Treasurer, bond, § 6150. 
Vacancies, § 6146. 
Work by convict labor or contracts, 

§ 6148. 
Taxes, table of annual installments, § 

6174. 
Tributary ditches, condemnation over 
intervening lands, § 6205. 

DREDGES 

See Fish, Oysters, etc. 

DRINKING FOUNTAINS 

Rules and regulations. Rule under § 
5002, §§ 1-3, p. 152. 

DRINKS 

See Intoxicating Liquors; Soft 
Drinks: Soft Drinks Tax. 
Nonalcoholic drinks, adulterated or 
misbranded, § 5128-27. 

DRIVER'S LICENSE 

See Motor Vehicles. 

DR. JOHN DE LA HOWE INDUSTRIAL 
SCHOOL 

See John De La Howe Industrial 
School. 



DRUGGISTS 

See Intoxicating Liquors; Pharma- 
cists. 

DRUGS 

See Intoxicating Liquors; Pharma- 
cists. 
Adulterated. 
Dealer producing guarantee not pros- 
ecuted, § 5128-27. 
Department of agriculture to en- 
force, § 5128-27. 
Drug defined, § 5128-27. 
Examined articles, § 5125. 
Manufacture or sale, punishment, § 

5128-27. 
State board of health to adopt meas- 
ures, § 5124. 
When articles deemed adulterated, § 
5128. 
Agricultural insecticide, § 5128-28. 
Analysis, samples, § 5126. 
Arsenate of lead, § 5128-28. 
Barbiturates. 

Sale, barter or exchange, § 5128-25. 
Calcium arsenate, § 5128-28. 
Defined, §§ 5127, 5128-27. 
Fungicide, § 5128-28. 
Hawkers and peddlers, license to sell, 

§ 7125. 
Insecticide, § 5128-28. 
Inspection by state board of health, §§ 

5124-5128. 
Merchants, sale of certain drugs by, §§ 

5191, 5192. 
Misbranded. 
Dealer producing guarantee not 

prosecuted, § 5128-27. 
Department of agriculture to en- 
force, § 5128-27. 
Drugs defined, § 5128-27. 
Manufacture or sale, § 5128-27. 
Misbranded defined, § 5128-27. 
When article deemed misbranded, 
§ 5128-27. 
When not misbranded, § 5128-27. 
Motor vehicles, § 1616. 

Operating under influence of, § 8520. 
Narcotics. 

Motor vehicles, § 1616. 
Physician or surgeon, attending pa- 
tient under influence of, § 5167. 
Rules and regulations by board of 

health, § 5124. 
Samples for analysis, § 5126. 
Schools and school districts. 
Teaching nature and effect of nar- 
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DRUGS (Cont'd) 
Uniform narcotic drug act. 
Acquittal. 

Effect under federal laws, § 
5128-20. 
Acts prohibited, § 5128-2. 
Apothecaries. 

Sales by, § 5128-5. 
Conviction. 

Effect under federal laws, § 5128- 
20. 
Deceit, § 5128-16. 
Definitions, § 5128-1. 
Delivery to state officials, § 5128-13. 
Dentists. 

Use by, § 5128-6. 
Druggists. 

Sales by, § 5128-5. 
Enforcement, § 5128-18. 
Exempted corporations, § 5128-11. 
Exempted persons, § 5128-11. 
Exempted preparations, § 5128-7. 
Exemptions not required to be neg- 
atived, § 5128-17. 
Fraud, § 5128-16. 
Interpretation, § 5128-21. 
Labels, § 5128-9. 
Licenses. 

Notice of conviction sent to licens- 
ing board, § 5128-14. 

Reinstatement, § 5128-14. 
Manufacturers, § 5128-3. 
Nuisances. 

Common nuisances, § 5128-12. 
Penalties, § 5128-19. 
Physicians. 

Use by, § 5128-6. 
Possession. 

Authorized possession by individ- 
uals, § 5128-10. 

Delivery to state officials, § 
5128-13. 

When unlawful, § 5128-4. 
Preparation exempted by, § 5128-7. 
Professional use, § 5128-6. 
Records. 

Confidential, § 5128-15. 
Records to be kept, § 5128-8. 
Wholesalers, S 5128-3. 
Written orders. 

Sale on written orders, § 5128-4. 

Use of official written orders, § 
5128-4. 

DRUG STORES 

Operation without licensed pharma- 
cist, § 5189. 

DRUNKENNESS 

Circuit solicitors, punishment, § 1529. 

Highway, § 1394. 

Officers, guilty of misconduct, § 1525. 



DRUNKENNESS (Cont'd) 

Physician or surgeon attending pa- 
tient, §§ 5167, 1879. 
Public places, § 1396. 

DRY CLEANERS. 

Sales if charges not paid within 120 
days, § 7221. 

DUCKS 

See Game. 

DUELING 

Challenge or fight on account of wag- 
ers, § 1745. 

Challenges. 

Carrying or delivering, § 1118. 
Sending or accepting, § 1117. 

Disfranchisement, Const. '95, art. 1, 
§ 11. 

Magistrates, duties of, § 945. 

Murder where death results, § 1106. 

Principals. 
Compelled to testify, § 1014. 
Witnesses in behalf of state, § 1015. 

Second, compelled to testify, § 1014. 

Witnesses, participants, § 1015. 

DUE PROCESS OF LAW 

Denial by states prohibited. Const. U. 
S. amend. 14, § 1. 

Denial of, prohibited. Const. '95, art. 
1, § 5. 

Deprivation of liberty or property pro- 
hibited. Const. U. S. amend. 5. 

DUMB 

See South Carolina Institute for 
Deaf, Dumb and Blind. 

DUTIES 

See particular office or officer. 

Code commissioner, §§ 2111, 2112, 2113, 
2114, 2118. 2118-1, 2118-3; Const. '95, 
art. 6, § 5. 

Congress, power to levy, Const. U. S. 
art. 1, S 8(1). 

Exportation from state. Const. U. S. 
art. 1, § 9(5). 

Imports or exports, states prohibited 
from levying exceeding inspection 
costs. Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(2). 

Tonnage, states prohibited from levy- 
ing, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 10(3). 

Uniformity throughout the United 
States, Const. U. S. art. 1, S 8(1). 

DWELLING HOUSE 

Defined in case of burglary or arson, 
§ 1140. 

Discharge of firearm at or into, S 1120. 

Entering without breaking with in- 
tent to steal, § 1154. 

Malicious injury, § 1184. 



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DYERS 

Sales if charges not paid within 120 
days, § 7221. 

DYNAMITE 

See Explosives. 

EAGLES 

Bald eagles, § 1782-4. 

EASEMENTS 

See Eminent Domain; Right of Way. 

EASLEY, CITY OF 

Abutting property, assessment for 
street improvement. Const. '95, art. 
10, § 19. 

Cotton weighers, § 6449. 

EAVESDROPPING, § 1192-1. 

EDGEFIELD COUNTY 

Account books, officers required to 

keep, inapplicable, § 3078. 
Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Appropriations, diverting or exceed- 
ing. § 4304. 
Boundaries, § 2994. 
Boxing commission. 

Appointment, § 7154. 

No appeal from decisions, § 7154. 
Chaingang, apportionment of work 

among townships, § 4300. 
Circuit court, terms, § 61. 
Clerk of court, bond, § 3579. 
Common pleas, terms, § 61. 
Commutation tax. 

Amount, § 4306(1). 

Collection, § 4306(2). 

Exemption, certificate of disability, § 
4306. 

Failure to pay, § 4306(3). 

Failure to return, penalty, § 4306(3). 

Persons liable, § 4306(1), 

Proceeds, disposition of, § 4306(4). 
Constables, § 3763. 
Cotton weighers. 

Compensation, § 6425. 

Johnston, town of, § 6424. 

Terms, § 6407. 
County board of commissioners. 

Borrowing of money, § 4304. 

Notice to banks, § 4303. 

Purchase of supplies, § 4302. 
County cooperative soil conservation 

board, § 5806-125. 
County court, provisions as to inappli- 
cable, § 101. 
County physician, examinations for 

commitments to state hospital, § 

6229. 



EDGEFIELD COUNTY (Cont'd) 
County supervisor. 
Contracts for maintenance of high- 
ways, § 4301. 
Diverting or exceeding appropria- 
tion, § 4304. 
Hire of separate road force, § 4301. 
Loans on credit of county, §§ 3881- 

3883. 
Publication of statement of claims, § 
4305. 
County treasurer. 
Not to receive pay for issuing or 

serving tax executions, § 2857-3. 
Publication of. 
Annual report at public expense 

prohibited, § 2781. 
Statement of fines paid by magis- 
trate, §§ 3727, 3728. 
Deposit of public funds, § 2857-4. 
Dog tax. 
Amount, § 2622. 

Distribution of proceeds, § 2622. 
Listing and collection, § 2622. 
Report by school trustees, § 2622. 
Drainage districts and improvements, 

inapplicable, § 6096. 
Elections, voting precincts, § 2296. 
Fish, oysters, etc., § 1809. 
General sessions, terms, § 61. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(20). 
Highways. 
Contracts for maintenance, § 4301. 
Separate road force, § 4301. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(20), 
5934. see note. 
Investment of sinking funds, inappli- 
cable, § 3884. 
Jurors, term of, § 625. 
Landlord and tenant. 
Parol contracts for use of real estate 
for agricultural purposes, § 8825-1. 
License taxes. 
Dogs. 
Amount, § 2622. 

Distribution of proceeds, § 2622. 
Listing and collection, § 2622. 
Reports by school trustees, § 2622. 
Loans. 
County board of commissioners au- 
thorized to borrow money, § 4304. 
Notice to banks, § 4303. 
Magisterial districts, § 3763. 
Magistrates. 
Compensation, § 3763. 
First district, jurisdiction, § 3763. 
Inquest, coroner unavailable, § 3763. 
Location and jurisdiction, § 3763. 
Marriage license, fee of probate judge, 
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EDGEFIELD COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Master. 
Appointment, term, etc., § 3678. 
Bonds, § 3679. 
Practice of law, § 3683. 
Office hours. 
Close Wednesday afternoons May 
through August, § 4306-1. 
Probate judge. 
Bond, § 3645. 

Marriage license fee, § 8558. 
Referee, office abolished, § 3678. 
Road duty, exemptions, certificate of 

physical disability, § 5861. 
Saluda county formed from, Const. '95, 

art. 7, § 12. 
School districts. 

Tax levy, § 5580. 
School trustees. 
Central school district, § 5581. 
District No. 11. 
Election of successors, § 5582. 
Terms, § 5582. 
District No. 11, election, procedure, § 

5582. 
Report of dog tax, § 2622. 
Sheriff. 

Bond, amount, § 3479. 
Sinking funds, investment, inappli- 
cable, § 3884(6). 
Soil conservation. 
County cooperative board, § 5806- 
125. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(20), 

5934. see note. 
Tax collector. 
Appointment, § 2857-2. 
Bond, § 2857-2. 
Compensation, § 2857-2. 
Fees, § 2857-2. 

Levy and tax executions, § 2857-2. 
Records, § 2857-2. 
Removal, § 2857-2. 
Reports, § 2857-2. 
Settlements, § 2857-2. 
Term, § 2857-2. 
Vacancy, § 2857-2. 
Taxes. 
Bacon school district, § 5580. 
Collection by county treasurer, in- 
applicable, § 2773. 
Exemption of manufactories, § 2857; 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Exemptions, § 2857. 
Payment with school claims, § 

2857-1. 
Treasurer not to receive pay for is- 
suing or serving executions, § 
2857-3. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 



EDGEFIELD, TOWN OF 

Board of pubhc works abolished and 
duties devolved on town council, § 
7281. 

Bonded debt, constitutional limita- 
tions, inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 8, 
§ 7. 

Cotton weighers, § 6424-1. 

EDUCATION 

See Schools and School Districts; 
State Colleges and Universities, 
and the particular educational in- 
stitutions. 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS 

See, also, the particular educational 
institutions. 
Contracts with minors, § 8673. 
Special laws incorporating prohibited, 

Const. '95. art. 3, § 34. 
State auditor. 
Examination of financial affairs, § 
3222-2, 3222-3. 

EDUCATIONAL SOCIETIES 

Certificate of incorporation, § 8158. 

Fees, § 8160. 

Issuance, § 8160. 
Charters. 

Amendment, § 8164. 
Notice, § 8165. 
Recording, § 8167. 

Certified copy as evidence, § 8166. 

Issuance, § 8160. 

Publication of list of charters grant- 
ed, § 8167. 

Recording, g 8167. 

Total fees, § 7742. 
Declaration, filing and contents, § 

8159. 
Dissolution, proceedure, § 8163. 
Irregularities, § 8162. 
Powers, § 8161. 
Recording of papers, § 8167. 
Secretary of State to report collect- 
ions, § 3111. 

EGGS 

Birds, certificate to take for scientific 
purposes, § 1787-2. 

Cold storage or processed eggs, mark- 
ing of containers, § 5806-61. 

Wild birds, destruction, § 1787-1. 

EHRHARDT, TOWN OF 

Cotton weigher, S 6410. 

EJECTMENT 

Betterments, recovery of, by defend- 
ant, §S 8831-8839. 



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EJECTMENT (Cont'd) 

Summary proceedings to eject tres- 
passers, §§ 894-896. 
Tenants at will, domestic servants, etc., 
§ 8812. 

ELECTION OF REMEDIES 

Circuit court rules. 
Notice, Cir. Ct. rule 77. 

ELECTIONS 

See, also, the particular counties. 
Absentee voters in defense activities in 

cities of 6,000 to 6,500. 
Administration of oaths, § 2330-4. 
Application for enrollment and bal- 
lot, § 2330-2. 
Applications. 

Forms, § 2330-3. 
Issuance of ballots, § 2330-1. 
Municipal primaries, § 2330-5. 
Residence of members of national 

guard, § 2330-5. 
Absent voters at primary elections, § 

2406. 
Application for ballot, § 2407. 
Article, liberally construed, § 2415. 
Ballots. 

Counting, § 2414. 

Delivery to managers, § 2413. 

Form printed only for political 
parties, § 2416-1. 

Forwarding to voters, § 2408. 

Marking and mailing, § 2411. 

Receipt and custody, § 2412. 
Coupon. 

Form, § 2410. 

Forwarding to voter, § 2408. 
Violation, § 2416. 
Voucher form, § 2409. 

Forwarding to voters, § 2408. 
Abusing, etc., voters, § 1419. 
Adjutant and inspector general. Const. 

'95, art. 4, § 24. 
Amendments to constitution, ballots 

used in submitting, § 2309-1. 
Assaults, etc., because of political opin- 
ions, § 1421. 
Attorney general, Const. '95, art. 4, § 

24; art. 5, § 29. 
Ballot boxes. 
Construction, § 2305. 
Location. § 2305. 
Lock, § 2305. 
Number, § 2304. 
Ballots. 

Absent voters, §§ 2406-2416. 
Amendments to constitution, § 

2309-1. 
Contents, §§ 2303, 2304. 
Counting, § 2308. 
Coupons attached, § 2375. 



ELECTIONS (Cont'd) 
Ballots (Cont'd) 
Description, §§ 2303, 2304. 
Enumeration, § 2304. 
Form, §§ 2303, 2304. 
Marking, § 2304. 
Number, § 2304. 

Returns to commissioners, § 2308. 
Secret counting prohibited, Const. 

'95, art. 2, § 1. 
Vote to be by ballot. Const. '95, art. 

2, § 1. 
Board of county canvassers. 
Canvass of votes, § 2311. 
Oath, § 2310. 
Organization of commissioners as, § 

2310. 
Powers and duties, § 2311. 
Returns to Governor and secretary 

of state, § 2315. 
Secretary, § 2310. 
Statement of votes, § 2311. 

Contents, § 2313. 

Duplicate statements, § 2312. 

Lists, § 2314. 
Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct, § 
1428. 

Separate statements, § 2313. 
Board of registration. Const. '95, art. 2, 

§ 8. 
Appeals from, § 2275. 
Appointment. § 2269. 
Compensation, § 2270. 
Duties, § 2269. 
Electors moving from one county to 

another, § 2279. 
Enrollment of registered voters, § 

2276. 
Improperly furnishing certificates, § 

1429. 
Judge of qualifications of applicants, 

§§ 2273, 2275. 
Offices, open when, § 2270. 
Powers, § 2269. 

Report of persons convicted of dis- 
qualifying crime. 

Clerks of courts, § 2281. 

Magistrates, § 2282. 

Prima facie evidence, § 2283. 

Procedure, § 2283. 
Revision of list of electors, § 2280. 
Term, § 2269. 
Vacancy, § 2269. 
Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct, § 

1428. 
Board of state canvassers. 
Adjournment, § 2323. 
Canvassing of votes for electors of 

President and Vice-President, § 

2339. 
Certificate of determination, § 2321. 
Contests, jurisdiction of, § 2322. 



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ELECTIONS (Cont'd) 
Board of state canvassers (Cont'd) 
Declaring of persons elected, § 2322. 
Election of electors for president and 

vice-president, duties, § 2340. 
Meetings, § 2317. 
Personnel, § 2318. 
President of senate to attend, when, 

§ 2319. 
Quorum, § 2318. 
Statement of votes cast, § 2320. 
Certification, § 2320. 
Recording, § 2325. 
Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct, § 
1428. 
Bonds. 

See, also, the particular counties. 
Municipal. 
Publication of notice, § 7327. 
Public improvements, § 7327. 
Regulations, Const. '95, art. 2, § 13. 
School districts, §§ 5333, 5335. 
Bribery. 
Candidates in certain cities, §§ 7601, 

7658. 
Candidates to make pledge, § 1417. 
Obtaining votes by, § 1416. 
Offering to procure voters by, § 1415. 
Procuring votes by, § 1414. 
Candidates in certain cities. 
Bribery, §§ 7601, 7658. 
Not required to resign other office, § 

2418. 
Pledge. 
Failure to file, § 1417. 
Form and filing, § 1417. 
Canvass of votes, § 2311. 
Certificates. 
Defeating delivery of, § 1425. 
Destruction by messengers, § 1425. 
Improperly furnishing, § 1429. 
Receiving fraudulent certificate, § 

1430. 
Taking from messenger, § 1425. 
Certified determination of person 
elected. 
Furnishing of copies, § 2326. 
Publication, § 2327. 
Charleston, city of, § 7675-15. 
Clerk of common pleas, time of, § 

2350. 
Clerks. 

Appointment, § 2299. 
Compensation, § 2317. 
Duties, § 2307. 
Oath, § 2299. 

Clerks of courts. Const. '95, art. 5, § 

27. 
Commissioners. 

Appointment, § 2299. 

Chairman, § 2300. 

Clerks, compensation, § 2317. 



ELECTIONS (Cont'd) 
Commissioners (Cont'd) 
Compensation, § 2316. 
Delivery to of poll list, ballot boxes, 

etc., § 2308. 
Number, § 2299. 
Oath, § 2299. 

Organization as board of county can- 
vassers, § 2310. 
Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct, § 
1428. 
Comptroller general. Const. '95, art. 4, 

§ 24. 
Congressional districts. 
Division of state into seven, § 2333. 
One United States representative 
elected from each district, § 2334. 
Contents. 
Appeals to board of state canvassers, 

§ 2322. 
Decision by board of county canvas- 
sers, § 2311. 
Governor, procedure, § 2324. 
Convicts, disqualified. Const. '95, art. 

2, § 6. 
Coroners, § 2350; Const. '95, art. 5, § 

30. 
Corrupt conduct. 
Commissioners, managers, etc., § 

1428. 
Officers or messengers, § 1426. 
Counties as election districts. Const. 

'95, art. 3, § 3; art. 7, § 9. 
County courts, establishment. §§ 75, 

76. 
County lines, change, § 3039. 
County officers. 
Secretary of state to keep record of 

officers elected, § 2329. 
Time of, § 2350. 
Vacancy, § 2351. 
County superintendent of education, 

time of, § 2350. 
County supervisors, time of. § 2350. 
Crimes against election laws, laws for 
correction of. Const. '95, art. 2, § 5. 
Denial of right to vote. 
Appeal, Const. '95, art. 2, § 5. 
Reducing representation in congress, 
Const. U. S. amend. 14, § 2. 
Deputy state constables, to preserve 

order, § 2302. 
Disfranchisement, dueling. Const. '95, 

art. 1, § 11. 
Disqualification. 
Persons disqualified from voting, § 

2267; Const. '95, art. 2, § 6. 
Removal by pardon of Governor, 
Const. '95, art. 2, § 6. 
Electors. 

Enrollment, § 2276; Const. '95, art. 
2, § 4. 



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ELECTIONS (Cont'd) 
Electors (Cont'd) 
Moving from one county to another, 

§ 2279. 
Municipal elections, qualifications, 

Const. '95, art. 2, § 12. 
Privilege from arrest, Const. '95, art. 

2, § 14. 
Qualifications, § 2267; Const. '95, art. 
2, § 3; art. 17, § 11. 
Payment of poll tax. Const. '95, 

art. 2, § 4. 
Registration, Const. '95, art. 2, § 4. 
Residence, Const. '95, art. 2, § 4. 
Registered before 1898 qualified for 

life, § 2274. 
Registration necessary, § 2268. 
Removal from one precinct to an- 
other, § 2284. 
Revision of list by board of registra- 
tion, § 2280. 
Electors of president and vice-presi- 
dent. 
See President; 'Vice-President. 
Enrollment , of electors, § 2276. 
Establishment of right to vote, § 2274. 
Expenses, payment, § 2316. 
False personation, § 1423. 
False swearing, § 1423. 

Primary, cities over 40,000, § 2400. 
Freedom of, Const. '95, art. 1, § 10. 
General assembly, failure to elect or 
refusal to qualify, Const. '95, art. 3, § 
25. 
Governor, Const. '95, art. 4, § 2. 
Contested elections, § 2324; Const. 

'95, art. 4, § 4. 
Duly qualified electors. Const. '95, 

art. 4, § 2. 
New election when ordered by, § 

2330. 
Returns, Const. '95, art. 4, § 4. 
Time of election. Const. '95, art. 4, 
§ 2. 
Hours, § 2301. 
Illegal voting, § 1427. 
Impersonation of voters, § 1422. 
Informers, share of, penalties, § 1420. 
Insane persons. Const. '95, art. 2, § 6. 
Inspection of books. Const. '95, art. 2, 

§ 8. 
Intoxicating liquors. 
Sale, etc., within one mile of voting 

precinct, § 1418. 
Sales, § 1850. 
Justices of Supreme Court, Const. '95, 

art. 5, § 2. 
Lieutenant Governor, Const. '95, art. 

4. § 5. 
Managers. 
Appointment, § 2299. 
Chairman, § 2300. 



ELECTIONS (Cont'd) 
Managers (Cont'd) 

Clerk. 
Appointment, § 2299. 
Compensation, § 2316. 

Compensation, § 2317. 

Failure to attend, appointment of 
new manager, g 2302. 

Number, § 2299. 

Oath, § 2299. 

Organization as board, § 2299. 

Requiring evidence of payment of 
taxes, § 2306. 
Marines, Const. '95, art. 2, § 7. 
Messengers.' 

Compensation, § 2316. 

Destruction of certificates, § 1425. 

Taking certificates from, § 1425. 

■Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct, §§ 
1426, 1428. 
Municipal. 

See Municipal Corporations. 
Municipal corporations, Const. '95, art. 

2, § 12. 
Municipal courts, cities over 1,000, § 

7426. 
Neglect or corrupt conduct of officers, 

punishment, § 2309. 
New counties, establishment, §§ 3032- 

3036. 
New election, governor may order on 

certain contingencies, § 2330. 
Notices, publication, payment for, § 

2316. 
Oaths. 

Penalty false swearing primary elec- 
tions, § 2370. 

■Voters at general election, § 2301. 

■Voters at primary elections, § 2365. 
Offenses, place of trial, § 1420. 
Officers. 

Neglect of duty or corrupt conduct, 
punishment, § 2309. 

■Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct, §§ 
1426, 1428. 
Officers of corporations, Const. '95, art. 

9, § 11. 
Order to be preserved by deputy state 

constables, etc., § 2302. 
Paupers, disqualified. Const. '95, art. 2, 

§ 6. 
Peace officers to attend, § 2302. 
Perjury, § 1423. 
Persons disqualified from voting, §§ 

2267, 2283; Const. '95, art. 2, § 6. 
Persons entitled to vote. Const. '95, art. 

2, § 3. 
Place for voting, § 2284. 
Pledge by candidate, § 1417. 
Political opinions, assault, etc., be- 
cause of, § 1421. 



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ELECTIONS (Cont'd) 
Polling precincts. 

Each township to constitute, § 2295. 
Establishment, Const. '95, art. 2, § 9. 
Poll list, § 2307. 
Polls. 
Arrangement of, §2305. 
Clerk, duties, § 2307. 
Open, when, § 2301. 
Opening and closing, § 2365. 
Precincts. 
Intoxicating liquors, sale within one 

mile prohibited, § 1418. 
Location and name, § 2296. 
Polling precincts, established, Const. 
'95, art. 2, § 9. 
Presidential electors. 

See President. 
Primary. 
Absent voters, § 2406. 
Article liberally construed, § 2415. 
Ballot. 
Application for, § 2407. 
Blanks printed only for political 

parties, § 2416-1. 
Counting, § 2414. 
Delivery to managers, § 2413. 
Forwarding to voters, § 2408. 
Marking and mailing, § 2411. 
Receipt and custody, § 2412. 
Coupon. 
Form, § 2410. 

Forwarding to voter, § 2408. 
Penalties, 2416. 
Voucher. 

Form, § 2409. 

Forwarding to voters, § 2408. 
Admission to polling places, § 2378. 
Affidavit by challenged voter, § 

2405. 
Appeals in municipal primaries, §§ 

2401-2403. 
Article cumulative, § 2369. 
Assisting voters, § 2377. 
Ballot boxes. 
Color, § 2417. 
Marking, § 2365. 
Two boxes, § 2365. 
Ballots. 
Accounting for, by manager, § 

2380. 
Additional, § 2376. 
Assisting voter in preparing, § 

2377. 
Color, § 2417. 
Contents, § 2365. 
Counting, § 2365. 
Excess destroyed, § 2365. 
Form, § 2365. 
Labels, § 2417. 
Number, § 2375. 
Preparation, § 2376. 



ELECTIONS (Cont'd) 
Primary (Cont'd) 
Ballots (Cont'd) 
Requisites, § 2375. 
Returns by manager, § 2380. 
Wrong box, § 2365. 
Board of state canvassers for muni- 
cipal primaries. 
Appeals to, § 2401. 
Composition, § 2402. 
Vacancies, § 2403. 
Booths. 
Equipment, § 2373. 
Number, § 2373. 
Size, § 2373. 
Canvass of votes by state committee, 

§ 2366. 
Challenged voter, affidavit by, § 

2405. 
Challenged votes, procedure, § 2365. 
Cities between 20,000 and 50,000, § 

7631. 
Cities between 25,000 and 29,000. 
Nomination of mayor and council- 
men, §§ 2400-1 to 2400-4. 
Cities between 25,000 and 50,000, § 

2368. 
Cities between 29,000 and 30,000. 
Mayor and councilmen, §§ 2400-5, 
2400-6. 
Cities between 50,000 and 100,000. 
Primaries in cities having commis- 
sion form of government, §§ 
2400-7 to 2400-9. 
Cities over 20,000, party registration, 

§ 2404. 
Cities over 40,000. 
Assisting voter in preparing bal- 
lot, § 2395. 
Ballots. 

Accounting and return of by 

managers, S 2398. 
Coupon attached, § 2393. 
Form, 2393. 

Managers responsible for, § 2394. 
Number, § 2393. 
Second ballot, § 2394. 
Booths, § 2391. 

Certification of rolls, § 2389. 
Challenged votes, § 2394. 
Clubs, organization, § 2383. 
Enrollment. 
Duties of applicant, § 2384. 
Manner, § 2384. 
Oath, § 2386. 

Publication of names, § 2388. 
Violations, § 2387. 
Enrollment books, § 2383. 
Closing, § 2388. 

Custody and inspection, § 2385. 
Delivery and return, § 2390. 



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ELECTIONS (Cont'd) 
Primary (Cont'd) 
Cities over 40,000 (Cont'd) 
Enrollment books (Cont'd) 
Disposition of, § 2388. 
Opening of, § 2383. 
Examination of rolls, § 2388. 
False swearing, § 2370. 
Interference with managers, § 2397. 
Managers. 
Accounting and return of ballots, 

§ 2398. 
Oaths, administering, § 2400. 
Responsible for ballots, § 2394. 
Manner of voting, § 2394. 
Obstructing voting, § 2397. 
Party rules to govern, § 2399. 
Perjury, §§ 2387, 2400. 
Polling places. 
Guard rail, § 2392. 
Persons admitted, § 2396. 
Table for managers, § 2392. 
Preparation of ballots, § 2394. 
Publication of names stricken from 

rolls, § 2389. 
Purging of rolls, § 2388. 
Violations, §§ 2387, 2400. 

Penalty, § 2400. 
Voting, procedure, § 2394. 
■Watchers, § 2395. 
Wrongful enrollment, § 2387. 
Cities over 55,000, watchers, § 2377. 
Cities over 70,000 organization of 

clubs, § 2383. 
Club districts, defined, § 2353. 
Clubs. 
Cities less than 10,000, § 2358. 
Cities over 10,000, § 2358. 
Cities over 40,000, § 2383. 
Committees, § 2354. 
Enrollment, § 2358. 
Meetings, § 2354. 
New clubs, § 2359. 
Officers, § 2354. 
Qualifications for membership, § 

2355. 
Title, § 2354. 
Voting place, § 2358. 
Construction of article, § 2369. 
Contests. 
Appeal, § 2366. 
Filing, § 2366. 
Hearing, § 2366. 
Counties with cities of 6,000 to 6,500, 

§§ 2400-11 to 2400-31. 
County chairman, defined, § 2353. 
County committee. 
Chairman, § 2363. 
Composition, § 2363. 
Defined, § 2353. 
Duties, § 2363. 
Examination of rolls, § 2359. 



ELECTIONS (Cont'd) 
Primary (Cont'd) 
County committee (Cont'd) 

Hearing of contest, § 2366. 

Meetings, § 2363. 

Officers, S 2363. 
County conventions. 

Appeals from county committee, § 

2360. 

Composition, § 2360. 

Meetings, § 2360. 
Declaration of result, § 2366. 
Defined, § 2353. 

Definitions, club districts, § 2353. 
Direct, time of holding, § 2365. 
Dorchester county, restrictions as to 

conduct in, §§ 2418-3(1), 2418-3(2). 
Enrollment, §§ 2358, 2359. 

Committees, § 2359. 

Disposition of rolls, § 2359. 
Enrollment books, opening and clos- 
ing, § 2359. 
False swearing, § 2370. 
Federal employees, qualifications, § 

2355. 
Forwarding of ballot boxes, etc., § 

2365. 
Fraud, punishment, § 1423; Const. '95, 

art. 2, § 10. 
General election, defined, § 2353. 
Impersonation of voters, § 1422. 
Inconsistent acts repealed, § 2381. 
Inhabitants defined, § 2353. 
Interference with election, § 2379. 
Laws for regulation of. Const. '95, art. 

2, § 10. 
Majority vote necessary, § 2366. 
Managers. 

Accounting for ballots, § 2380. 

Duties, § 2365. 

Fraud or corruption, § 1424. 

Manner of voting, § 2376. 

Oaths, § 2352. 

Returns of ballots, § 2380. 
Meaning of words, § 2353. 
Members of militia, enrollment and 

voting, S 2358. 
Ministers of the gospel, § 2355. 
Municipal, § 7600. 

Appeals, § 2401. 

Boards of state canvassers for mu- 
nicipal primaries. 
Composition, etc., § 2402. 
Vacancies, § 2403. 

Protests and contests, § 2401. 
Oath of voters, § 2365. 
Oaths, administering, § 2370. 
Obstructing voting, § 2379. 
Only citizens allowed to vote, § 2405. 
Party clubs, § 2354. 
Party registration in cities over 

20,000, § 2404. 



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ELECTIONS (Cont'd) 
Primary (Cont'd) 
Penalty for violation, § 2370. 
Perjury, § 2424. 
Polling places. 

Approach within twenty-five feet 
prohibited, § 2379. 

Guard rail, § 2374. 

Persons admitted, § 2378. 

Table, § 2374, 
Polls, arrangement, § 2365. 
Primary elections in cities having 

commission form of government, 

§§ 2400-7 to 2400-9. 
Protests, § 2366. 
Public school teachers, qualifications, 

§ 2355. 
Qualifications, § 2355. 

Education or property qualification 
prohibited, § 2369. 

For office, resignation from other 
office not required, § 2418. 

Voters, § 2405. 
Registration certificates. 

Improperly furnishing, § 1429. 

Receiving fraudulent certificates, § 
1430. 
Regulations, § 2352. 
Repeal of inconsistent acts, § 2381. 
Resignation from other office not re- 
quired, § 2418. 
Returns, tabulation of, § 2366. 
Second primary. 

Candidate receiving most votes to 
be nominee, § 2367. 

Provisions, § 2367. 

Time of holding, § 2365. 
State chairman, defined, § 2353. 
State committee. 

Canvass of votes, § 2366. 

Chairman, § 2361. 

Composition, § 2361. 

Election, § 2361. 

Hearing of contest, § 2366. 

Meetings, § 2361. 

Nomination of presidential electors, 
§ 2361. 

Regulations for voting, § 2382. 

Term, § 2361. 

Vacancies, § 2361. 
State convention. 

Calling of, § 2362. 

Delegates, number, § 2362. 

Officers, § 2362. 

Vacancies, § 2362. 
Third primary, time of holding, § 

2365. 
Violations, penalties, § 2370. 
Voters. 

Assisting of, § 2377. 

Oath, § 2365. 

Qualifications, § 2405. 



ELECTIONS (Cont'd) 
Primary (Cont'd) 
Voting. 

Method, § 2376. 

Persons in service of government, 

§ 2382. 
Place of, § 2358. 
Qualifications, § 2355. 
Watchers. 

Appointment, § 2404. 
Cities over 40,000, S 2395. 
Cities over 55,000, § 2377. 
Counties with cities over 20,000, §• 
2404. 
Probate judges, time of, § 2350. 
Property qualifications unnecessary. 

Const. "95, art. 1, § 11. 
Prosecutions, place of, § 1420. 
Publication of certified determinations, 

§ 2327. 
Public libraries, county, townships or 

municipal. §§ 5502-5512. 
Punishment for violating election laws, 

§ 1427. 
Qualification. 
For office, Const. '95, art. 2, § 2. 
For registration. Const. '95. art. 2, § 

4; § 2267. 
For suffrage, Const. '95, art. 2, § 4. 
Of electors. Const. '95, art. 2, § 3. 
Registration. 

Appeal from denial, § 2273. 
Books. 

Closing, Const. '95. art. 2. §§ 8, 11. 
Contents, § 2271. 

Deposit with clerk of court, § 2285. 
Each polling precinct, § 2286. 
Entries. § 2271. 

Manager, books given to, § 2286. 
Opening, Const. '95, art. 2, § 8. 
Opening and closing, § 2272. 
Open to public inspection, S 2285. 
Preparation, § 2271. 
Public record. Const. '95, art. 2, § 8. 
Certificates, Const. '95, art. 2. § 4; § 
2278. 
Changing of, § 2297. 
Contents, § 2278. 
Form, § 2278. 

Improperly furnishing, § 1429. 
New certificates, § 2284. 
Receiving fraudulent certificate, § 

1430. 
Renewal, manner of, § 2279. 
Surrender on removal, § 2284. 
Transfer, § 2279. 
County supervisors of registration, 

compensation, § 7593. 
Denial, appeal. Const. '95, art. 2. § 5; 

§ 2273. 
Disqualification, persons convicted 
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ELECTIONS (Cont'd) 
Registration (Cont'd) 
Electors moving from one county to 

another, § 2279. 
Electors registered before 1898, quali- 
fied for life, § 2274. 
Fraudulent procuring, § 1423. 
Municipal elections. Const. '95, art. 2, 

§ 12; § 2288. 
Oath of applicant, § 2294. 
Opening and closing, counties of more 

than 50,000, § 2272. 
Persons attaining majority after 

books closed, § 2277. 
Persons convicted of disqualifying 
crimes, report to board, §§ 2281, 
2283, 
Qualifications, § 2267; Const. '95, art. 
2, § 4. 
Of applicants, board as judge, §§ 
2273, 2275. 
Requirement in order to vote, § 2268. 
Supervisors, wilful neglect or corrupt 

conduct, § 1428. 
Time for, § 2272. 
Registration laws, regulating. Const. 

'95, art. 2, § 8. 
Representatives, Const. "95, art. 3, § 8. 
Residence, Const. '95, art. 2, §§ 4, 7. 
Gained or lost by absence. Const. '95, 

art. 2, § 7. 
Required to vote, Const. '95, art. 2, 
§ 4. 
Right to vote. Const. '95, art. 1, § 10. 
Abridgement because of race, color, 
etc., prohibited. Const. U. S. amend. 
15, § 1. 
Denial by reason of sex, prohibited, 
Const. U. S. amend. 19. 
School district bonds, §§ 5333, 5335. 
School district taxes, § 5330. 
School trustees. 

See the particular counties. 
Seamen, Const. '95, art. 2, § 7. 
Secretary of state, Const. '95, art. 4, § 
24. 
Copies of certificate of determinations 
furnished to persons elected, § 2326. 
Recording result of canvass, § 2325. 
Record of county officers elected, § 
2329. 
Secret elections prohibited. Const. '95, 

2, § 1. 
Senators, Const. '95, art. 3, § 8. 
Sheriffs, Const. '95, art. 5, § 30. 

Time of, § 2350. 
Soldiers, Const. '95, art. 2, § 7. 
Absentee voters in defense activities 
in cities of 6,000 to 6,500, §§ 2330-1 
to 2330-5. See within this title, 
"Absentee Voters in Defense 
Activities in Cities of 6,000 to 6,500." 



ELECTIONS (Cont'd) 
Solicitors, Const. '95, art. 5, § 29. 
State committee, appeal from county 

committee on contests, § 2366. 
Suffrage. 
Free exercise of. Const. '95, art. 2, § 

15. 
Qualifications, Const. '95, art. 2, § 4. 
Right of, protected. Const. '95, art. 1, 
§ 9. 
Superintendent of education. Const. '95, 

art. 4, § 24. 
Supervisors of registration. 
Compensation, § 7631. 
Improperly furnishing registration 

certificates, § 1429. 
Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct, § 
1428. 
Taxes. 
Managers require evidence of pay- 
ment, § 2306. 
Proof of payment of as prerequisite. 
Const. '95, art. 2, § 4. 
Threats, obtaining votes by, § 1416. 
Tie vote, order of new election by gov- 
ernor, § 2330. 
Time and place of holding, § 2298. 
Townships, declared polling precincts, 

§ 2295. 
Treasurer, Const. '95, art. 4, § 24. 
Trial, offenses, place of, § 1420. 
United States representatives. 

Certificate of election sent to house 

of representatives, § 2328. 
Congressional districts, § 2333. 

One representative from each dis- 
trict, § 2334. 
Time, place and manner, § 2332, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 4. 
Writs of election if representatives 
increased, § 2335. 
United States senators, § 2331; Const. 
U. S. amend. 17. 
Time, place and manner. Const. U. 

S. art. 1, § 4. 
Vacancy, special election, § 2331. 
Vice-president. 

See Vice-President. 
Violation of election laws, punishment, 

§ 1427. 
Voters, Const. '95, art. 2, § 3. 
Abusing, etc., § 1419. 
Bribery, obtaining votes, § 1416. 

Certificates, § 2278. 

New certificates, § 2284. 
Change of voting place, § 2297. 
Coming of age before election, g 2277. 
Fraudulent attempting to vote, § 

1423. 



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ELECTIONS (Cont'd) 
Voters (Cont'd) 
Impersonation. 
Arrest, § 1422(1). 
Copies of section posted in certain 

cities, § 1422(2). 
Failure to arrest, penalty, § 1422(4). 
Forfeited bond paid to county, § 

1422(3). 
Penalty, § 1422(5). 
Oath of qualification, § 2301. 
Offering to procure by bribery, § 

1415. 
Proof of payment of taxes, § 2305. 
Registration of, §§ 2267, 2268. 
Threats, obtaining votes by, § 1416. 
Transfer of, § 2279. 
"Voting more than once, § 1413. 
Vote to be by ballot. Const. '95, art. 2, 

§ 1. 
Voting. 

At own precinct. Const. '95, art. 2, 

§ 9. 
Establishment of right to, § 2274. 
More than once, § 1413. 
Procuring by bribery, § 1414. 
Voting precincts. 

See, also, the particular counties. 
Additional precincts, § 2296. 
Establishment, Const. '95, art. 2, § 

9. 
Location and names, § 2296. 
Removal of elector from one precinct 
to another, § 2284. 
Wilful neglect. 
Of commissioners, managers, etc., § 

1428. 
Of officers or messengers, § 1426. 

ELECTORS 

See Elections. 

ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND 
VICE-PRESIDENT 

See President; Vice-President. 

ELECTRICAL TRANSCRIPTIONS 

Fair trade act. 
Royalties on, § 6641. 
ELECTRICIAN 
State, 
Duties, etc., § 3079. 
Payment for water used by state in- 
stitutions, § 3080. 
Rules as to use of electric power 
owned by state, § 3081. 
ELECTRICITY 
Chattel mortgages of hydro-electric 

company, § 8713. 
Cheating or defrauding producers, § 

1158. 
Cooperatives, §§ 8555-91 to 8555-123. 
See Rural Electrification. 



ELECTRICITY (Cont'd) 
Electric current, withdrawing or ap- 
propriating, S 1155. 
Electric power companies. 
See Electric Light, Heat and Power 
Companies. 
Electric power owned by state, use by 

state institutions, § 3081. 
Eminent domain. 
Municipalities, §§ 9169 to 9185. 
See Eminent Domain. 
Malicious injury to electric lines, equip- 
ment, etc., § 1202. 
Power companies. 
See Electric Light, Heat and Power 
Companies. 
Public service commission. 
Rules and regulations. Rules 1-28 
under § 8210. 
South Carolina public service author- 
ity, § 8555-11 to 8555-28. 
See South Carolina Public Service 
Authority. 
South Carolina state rural electrifica- 
tion act, S§ 8555-31 to 8555-53. 
See Rural Electrification. 
State institutions. 
Electric power furnished by state, 

restrictions on use, § 3081. 
Rate per kilowatt, § 3081(1). 
Use of electric power owned by 
state, meters furnished, § 3081. 
Storage batteries. 
Misuse by renter, § 1159. 
Sale of rebuilt batteries, § 1159-1. 
Theft of electric current, punishment, 
§ 1155. 

ELECTRIC LIGHT, HEAT AND POW- 
ER COMPANIES, SS 8555-1 to 8555-8. 
Abandonment of property, § 8555-2. 
Accounts, § 8555-2. 
Actions to enforce obedience to orders, 

§ 8555-4. 
AffiHation with other corporation or 

person, § 8555-2. 
Appeals. 

Effect of review on operation of com- 
mission's order, S 8555-6. 

Review of order of commission, § 
8555-6. 
Assessments. 

Payment of expenses and charges 
from, 8 8555-4. 
Attorney general to be legal head of 

actions, S 8555-4. 
Bonds. 

Utility to give bond, § 8555-2. 
Capital and stock to be based on true 

value, S 8555-2. 
Complaints, § 8555-5. 

Time to file, § 8555-4. 



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ELECTRIC LIGHT, HEAT AND POW- 
ER COMPANIES (Cont'd) 
Condemnation by, § 8540. 
Contempt, § 8555-5. 
Contracts. 
Duty of commission, § 8555-2. 
Subject to approval of commission, 

§ 8555-2. 
With other utihties, § 8555-2. 
Corporations subject to provisions of 

chapter, § 8555-2. 
Definitions, § 8555-1. 
Depositions, § 8555-5. 
Depreciation, § 8555-2. 
Discrimination, § 8555-2. 

Classification of rates and services, 
§ 8555-2. 
Disposition of properties, § 8555-2. 
Duties, § 8555-2. 

Duties and obligations of utilities de- 
fined, § 8555-8. 
Electric power tax. 
Exemptions, § 2558(c). 
Interstate power, provisions inappli- 
cable, § 2558(c). 
Invalidity of portion, effect, § 2561. 
Penalties, §§ 2559, 2560. 
Proceeds, use of, § 2563. 
Rate. 
Generation by steam power, § 

2558(b). 
Generation of hydro-electric power, 

§ 2558(a). 
Sale of electric power, § 2558(c). 
Records to be kept by producers or 

sellers of power, § 2559. 
State tax commission. 
Administration and enforcement, 

§ 2559. 
Collection by, § 2558. 
Compromise, power to, § 2562. 
Returns to, § 2560. 
Evidence, § 8555-5. 
Examination of employees, § 8555-4. 
Extensions, § 8555-2. 
Franchises, § 8555-3. 

Charges established by, § 8555-8. 
Expiration, § 8555-3. 
Furnishing commission with desired 

information, § 8555-2. 
Hearings, § 8555-5. 
Incriminating testimony, § 8555-5. 
Inspection of property, § 8555-4. 
Investigation. 
Confirmation, § 8555-4. 
Joint investigation, § 8555-4. 
One commissioner may hold, § 8555-4. 
Issuance of securities, § 8555-2. 
Lease of property and franchises, § 

8187. 
License tax. 
Additional fees, § 2690-2. 



ELECTRIC LIGHT, HEAT AND POW- 
ER COMPANIES (Cont'd) 
Measuring electricity coming in and 

going out of state, § 8555-2. 
Meters. 
Utilities maintaining meters near 
state line, § 8555-2. 
Municipal corporations, § 7280. 
Acquisition of utility's property, § 

8555-3. 
Charges for electricity established by 

municipal contract, § 8555-8. 
Extensions by, § 8555-2. 
Furnishing current beyond city 

limits, § 7300. 
Purchase of property of utility by 

municipality, § 8555-3. 
Sale, § 7277. 
Oaths, § 8555-5. 
Office of utility, § 8555-2. 
Operation, consent of local authorities, 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 4. 
Orders, § 8555-5. 
Overcharge, penalty, § 8241. 
Penalties, § 8555-7. 
Perjury, § 8555-5. 
Permits, § 8555-3. 
Effect of invalid indeterminate per- 
mit, § 8555-3. 
Expiration, § 8555-3. 
Indeterminate permits, § 8555-3. 
Revocation on inadequate service, § 
8555-3. 
Procedure. 

Additional hearings, § 8555-5. 
Books, accounts, etc. 

Utility to furnish, § 8555-5. 
Complaints, § 8555-5. 
Contempt, § 8555-5. 
Copies of official documents as evi- 
dence, § 8555-5. 
Deposition of witnesses, § 8555-5. 
Examination of witnesses, § 8555-5. 
Hearing. 

Time and place of hearing, § 8555-5. 
Hearings governed by rules of com- 
mission, § 8555-5. 
Incriminating testimony, § 8555-5. 
Notice, § 8555-5. 
Oaths, § 8555-5. 

Orders of commission, § 8555-5. 
Perjury, § 8555-5. 
Rehearing, § 8555-5. 
Subpoenas and other processes, § 

8555-5. 
Witnesses. 

Compensation, § 8555-5. 
Profits. 

Participation in profits arising from 
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ELECTRIC LIGHT, HEAT AND POW- 
ER COMPANIES (Cont'd) 
Public service commission. 
Annual report, § 8555-4. 
Consent necessary to begin construc- 
tion or operation, § 8555-2. 
Defined, § 8555-1. 
Duties, § 8555-4. 

Investigation of condition and man- 
agement, § 8555-4. 
Not to charge higher rates than pre- 
scribed by commission, § 8241. 
Powers, § 8555-4. 
Procedure, § 8555-5. See within this 

title, "Procedure." 
Review of order, § 8555-6. 
Schedule of rates, § 8239. 
Utility to obey orders, decisions, etc., 
§ 8555-2. 
Rates, § 8555-2. 
Actions to recover excessive rates, 

§ 8555-2. 
Adjustment of complaints on, § 

8555-4. 
Change, S 8555-2. 
Classification, § 8555-2. 
Definition, § 8555-1. 
New rates approved by commission, 

§ 8555-2. 
Powers av d duties of commission, § 

8555-4. 
Schedule, § 8555-2. 
Refusal to accept rates fixed by public 

service commission, § 8241. 
Rehearing, § 8555-5. 
Removal of books, papers, etc., § 

8555-2. 
Reports. 
Commission to file annual report, § 
8555-4. 
Reserve account, § 8555-2. 
Restrictions, § 8555-2. 
Revaluations, § 8555-4. 
Rules and regulations, § 8555-4. 
Sale of appliances, § 8555-2. 
Securities. 
Definition, § 8555-1. 
Employees not to sell or purchase, 

§ 8555-2. 
Issuance, § 8555-2. 
Service, § 8555-2. 

Adjustment of complaints on, § 

8555-4. 
Powers and duties of commission, § 
8555-4. 

Staff counsel, § 8555-4. 
Standards of product. 

Commission to fix, § 8555-4. 
Taxation. 

Access to tax returns of utility, § 
8555-4. 



ELECTRIC LIGHT, HEAT AND POW- 
ER COMPANIES (Cont'd) 

Utility. 

Definition, § 8555-1. 
Valuations, § 8555-4. 
Witnesses. 

Compensation, § 8555-5. 

Examination, S 8555-5. 

Special agents to examine, § 8555-4. 

ELECTRIC RAILWAYS 

See Interurban Railways; Street 
Railways. 
Breaking or entering into cars, § 1199. 
Cars. 

Condition, § 8501. 

Defective, § 8501. 

Failure to heat, §S 8485, 8487. 

Flat wheels, § 8501. 

Separation of races, § 1269. 

Signs showing destination, § 8498. 
Charleston navy yard line. 

Rules and regulations by railroad 
commission, § 8502. 

Shelter and waiting room, § 8503. 

Trackage, § 8504. 
Conductor. 

Failure to separate races, § 1269. 

Powers of peace officers, § 1270. 
Del".y to check up fares prohibited, § 

8500. 
Electric signals, malicious injury of, § 

1200. 
Explosives, placing on rails, § 1197. 
Fares, delay to check up, § 8500. 
Grade crossings. 

Construction according to specifica- 
tions, § 8473. 
Penalty for failure, § 8473. 
Hours of labor, § 7033-7. 
Interurban railways excepted, § 8505. 
Lease of property and franchises, § 

8187, 
Malicious injury to railways or equip- 
ment, § 1198. 
Obstruction, penalty, S 1199-2. 
Partial invalidity of chapter, § 8506. 
Penalties, § 8505. 
Railroad commission, powers and 

duties, § 8501. 
Sections of chapter independent, § 

8506. 
Separation of races, § 1269. 

Signs, § 8498. 
Shooting into cars, § 1199. 
Tracks, roadbed, etc., § 8501. 
Transfer points, announcement of, § 

8499. 

ELECTRIC STORAGE BATTERIES 

Penalties for misuse by renter, § 1159. 
Renting of, § 1159. 



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ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH COMPANIES 

See Telegraph Companies. 

ELECTROCUTION 

See Death Sentence; Sentence and 
Punishment. 
Certificate of incorporation. 

Fee. § 8160. 

Issuance, § 8160. 
Charter. 

Amendment, § 8164. 
Notice. § 8165. 
Recording, § 8167. 

Certified copy as evidence of incor- 
poration, § 8166. 

Issuance, § 8160. 

Publication of list of charters grant- 
ed, § 8167. 

Recording. § 8167. 
Declaration. 

Approval and indorsement, § 8159. 

Filing and contents, § 8159. 
Dissolution, procedure. § 8163. 
Irregularities, § 8162, 
Powers. § 8161. 
Recording of papers, § 8167. 
Schools for needy children. 

Control and operation, § 5478. 
Cost and discontinuance, § 5479. 

Establishment, § 5477. 

State aid. § 5479. 
Secretarj' of State to report collections, 

§ 3111. 

ELEVATORS 

Light entrance to shaft, § 1126-1. 

ELOPEMENT 

Dower barred by, § 8583. 

EMBALMERS 

Application for license, § 5266. 
Ai'terial treatment prohibited, § 5268. 
Cavity treatment prohibited, § 5268. 
Embalming body where crime sus- 
pected. § 5271. 
Examinations. 

Issuance of license without, § 5266. 

Subjects, § 5266. 
Exemptions from application of article, 

§ 5269. 
Fees. 

Expenses and per diem of board paid 
from, § 5267. 

Licenses, § 5266. 
Licenses. 

Annual renewal, § 5266. 

Application, § 5266. 

Display. § 5266. 

Fees, § 5266. 

Registration, § 5266. 
Penalty for violation, § 5270. 



EMBALMERS (Cont'd) 
Practice without license, penalty, § 

5270. 
Qualifications of applicants, § 5266. 
State board of embalmers. 

Appointments, § 5263. 

Commission, § 5264. 

Compensation, § 5265. 

Composition. § 5263. 

Established, § 5262. 

Expenses and per diem paid from 
fees, § 5267. 

Licenses, issuance, § 5266. 

Meetings, § 5265. 

Oaths, § 5264. 

Officers, § 5265. 

Qualifications, § 5263. 

Rem_oval, § 5263. 

Rules and regulations. § 5265. 

Seal, § 5265. 

Secretary, bond, § 5265. 

Term, § 5263. 

Vacancies, § 5263. 
Violations, penalty, § 5270. 

EMBEZZLEMENT 

Arrest in civil actions, § 500. 

Books from state library, § 1196. 

Breach of trust with fraudulent intent, 
§ 1149. 

Disposal of produce by purchaser be- 
fore payment. § 1282. 

Factor or commission merchant failing 
to account, § 1283. 

Funds of reserve militia, § 1227. 

Officers. 

Embezzlement of public funds. § 
1510. 

Suspension by governor. Const. '95, 
art. 4, § 22. 

Public funds, punishment. Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 12. 

Public officer, suspension and remov- 
al, § 985. 

EMBLEMENTS 

Severance when necessary in order 
not to pass with land, § 8997. 

EMBLEMS 

See Badges. 
American Legion, wearing of emblem 

by nonmembers, § 1242. 
Confederate cross of honor, unlawful 

wearing or selling, § 1241. 
Imitation of names, emblems, etc., of 

certain organizations prohibited, § 

1243. 
Labor unions, imitation, etc., § 1244. 



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EMIGRANT AGENT 

Defined, §§ 1377, 1378. 
License, §§ 1377, 1378. 

Persons entitled to, § 1377. 
Soliciting emigrants without license, 

penalty, § 1377. 

EMINENT DOMAIN 

Acceptance of federal loans and 

grants, § 9278. 
Authorization, § 9242. 
Award. 

Payment and disposition, § 9110. 
Bonds. 

Additional bonds, § 9261. 

Contingent fund, § 9264. 

Deposit, § 9257. 

Depreciation fund, § 9264. 

Enforcement of lien, § 9251. 

Holders having lien on system, § 
9250. 

Interest redemption fund, § 9264. 

Investments, § 9254. 

Issuance without election or notice, 
§ 9274. 

Issuing, § 9249-1. 

Limitations, § 9253. 

Negotiable, § 9256. 

Operation and maintenance fund, § 
9264. 

Payment before maturity, § 9272. 

Revenue bond refinancing act, §§ 
9286 to 9302. 
See Revenue Bond Refinancing 
Act. 

Revenue refunding bonds, § 9262. 

Tax exemption, § 9255. 

Undelivered bonds executed by ex- 
officers valid, § 9259. 

Use of proceeds, § 9258. 
Books and accounts, § 9271. 
Borrowing, § 9249. 

Borrowing for construction of needful 
project. 

Authorized, § 9281. 

Cumulative, § 9284. 

Governing bodies designated, § 9283. 

Interest, § 9282. 

Issuing of notes or bonds, § 9281. 

Loans, § 9282. 

Saving clause, § 9285. 
Concurrent jurisdiction of state over 

boundary rivers, Const. '95, art. 14, 

§ 1. 
Condemnation of property, § 9279. 
Constitutionality, § 9244. 
Constitution of South Carolina. 

Drainage of swamps and low land, 
art. 1 of amendments to Const. 
Contracts. 

No effect on existing contracts, § 
9273. 



EMINENT DOMAIN (Cont'd) - 
Counties, §§ 9186 to 9212. See within 
this title, "Municipal Corporations." 
Acceptance of historical property, § 

3884-1. 
Exercise of powers by counties, § 
9277. 
Cumulative effect, § 9276. 
Cumulative method, § 9241. 
Custodian of gross revenues, § 9265-1. 
Definitions, §§ 9109, 9240. 
"Borrower," § 9245. 
"Borrowing body," § 9246. 
System, § 9240. 
Drainage, §§ 6138-6145; Const. '95, arts. 
1 and 2 of amds., p. 1380. 
Districts and improvements, § 6102. 
Drainage districts, §§ 6171, 6182. 

Payment for land taken, § 6185. 
Electricity. 
Municipalities and water districts, §§ 
9169 to 9185. 
See within this title, "Waterworks,. 
Electric or Power Systems." 
Electric light companies, § 8540. 
Estimate of system, § 9247. 
Expenses. 

Payment of expenses of operation or 
maintenance, § 9265. 
Expenses and fees, reference to master 

or referee, § 7298. 
Franchise, § 9270. 
Highways. 
Damages, § 5924. 
Drainage ditches, § 5922. 
Land for road material, § 5849. 
Land of public service corporation, § 

5921. 
Land within municipalities, § 5925. 
Powers of state highway commis- 
sion, § 5872. 
Procedure, § 5923. 
Right-of-way, § 5813. 
Housing. 

Charleston, City of. 
Removal or disposal of chattels on 
lands acquired through condem- 
nation, § 5271-104. 
Housing authorities law, § 5271-43. 
Inland water-ways, § 6027. 

From state line to Winy ah bay, §§ 
6038, 6039. 
Just compensation. Const. '95, art. 1, § 

17. 
Liberal construction, § 9275. 
Liens. 

No effect on existing liens, § 9273. 
Light and power companies, § 8540. 
Municipal corporations, §§ 9186 to 
9212. 
Accounts. 

System of accounts, § 9202. 
Acquisition of property, § 9192. 



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EMINENT DOMAIN (Cont'd) 
Municipal corporations (Cont'd) 
Acquisition of property free from, 

liens, § 9206. 
Additional and alternative method, 

§ 9210. 
Annual audit, § 9202. 
Authority, § 9187. 
Authority additional, § 9209. 
Board of public works. 

Compensation and expenses, § 
9204. 

Definition, § 9188. 

Duties and powers, § 9204. 

Powers, § 9189. 
Bond required of custodian, § 9202. 
Cemeteries, § 7309. 
Charges, § 9201. 

Payable by municipality, § 9203. 
Cities over 50.000 lands on water 

front, §§ 7554-7557. 
Condemnation or purchase, § 9192. 
Contract to service other municipal- 
ities, § 9205. 
Contractual rights of municipalities, 

§ 9195. 
Convict labor. 

Not to be used, § 9195. 
Cost of works, § 9194. 
Definitions, § 9186. 
Joint projects, § 9208. 
Jurisdiction of municipalities, § 9209. 
Liability of municipality, § 9192. 
Liberal construction, § 9211. 
Parks, cities between 7,200 and 7,500, 

§ 7528. 
Payment of preliminary expenses, § 

9190. 
Prerequisites to operation, § 9191. 
Rates, § 9201. 

Payable by municipality, § 9203. 
Revenue certificates, §§ 9193, 9196. 

Additional certificates, § 9197. 

Rights of holders, § 9207. 

Securing by trust indenture, § 
9199. 

Use of proceeds, § 9198. 
School purposes, §§ 5360, 5361, 5362. 
Separable provisions, § 9212. 
Sewerage, §§ 9213 to 9239. See with- 
in this title, "Sewerage." 
Sewerage system, § 7297. 
Sinking fund, § 9200. 
Streets, etc., §§ 7367-7372. 
Supervision and control of works, § 

9188. 
Toll bridges. 

Provisions as to, § 9208. 
Use of corporation, §§ 7307-7309, 

7311-7317, 7386. 



EMINENT DOMAIN (Cont'd) 
Municipal corporations (Cont'd) 
Water, sewer and light systems, § 

7280. 
Waterworks, §§ 7302, 7304, 7305. 
Parks, § 7528. 
In cities between 7.200 and 7,500, § 
7528. 
Parties. 

Necessary parties, § 9109. 
Payment for service by borrower, § 

9260. 
Payment of award or expenses of own- 
er, § 7298. 
Powers of borrower, § 9248. 
Power systems, §§ 9169 to 9185. See 
within this title, "Waterworks, Elec- 
tric or Power Systems." 
Private property not to be taken for 
public use without just compensa- 
tion. Const. U. S. amend. 5. 
Public works eminent domain law, §§ 
9126 to 9152. 
Appeal, § 9148. 
Awards. 

Less than offer of compromise, § 

9149. 
Recovery when paid to persons 
not entitled, § 9147. 
Compromise. 
Award less than offer of compro- 
mise, § 9149. 
Counties exempted, § 9152. 
Cumulative provisions, § 9150. 
Damages. 

Special master, § 9134. 
Declaration of taking, § 9143. 
Definitions, § 9128. 
Determination of ultimate compen- 
sation, § 9143. 
Divested on vesting of title. 
Rights of persons having interest 
in property, § 9145. 
Evidence. 

Determination of value, § 9136. 
Federal and state agencies acquiring 

property, § 9129. 
Hearing on objections, § 9138. 
Incompetents, § 9133. 
Infants, § 9133. 
Judgment, § 9133. 

Final judgment. § 9139. 
Jury trial, § 9141. 
Record, § 9142. 
Jury trial, § 9140. 

Judgment, § 9141. 
Legislative intent, § 9127. 
Lis pendens. 

Cancellation, § 9141. 
Money paid into court, § 9146. 
New trials, § 9141. 
Notice, § 9132. 



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EMINENT DOMAIN (Cont'd) 

Public works eminent domain law 

(Cont'd) 
Petition. 

Withdrawal or dismissal, § 9144. 
Petition to institute proceedings, § 

9130. 
Publication, § 9132. 
Record. 

Judgment, § 9142. 
Report. 

Amendment, § 9139. 
Rights waived if objections not filed, 

§ 9133. 
Saving clause, § 9151. 
Securing title on deposit of esti- 
mated compensation, § 9143. 
Service, § 9132. 
Several parcels of land in one action, 

§ 9131. 
Short title, § 9126. 
Special master. 

Determination of value, § 9136. 

Determining damages, § 9134. 

Hearing, § 9135. 

Notifying interested parties, § 9135. 

Posting notices, § 9135. 

Powers, § 9135. 

Report. 
Amendment, § 9139. 
Approval or rejection, § 9139. 

Time of making report, •§ 9137. 
Surrender of property, § 9139. 
Value of land. 

Determination, § 9136. 
Waiver if objections not filed, § 

9133. 
Railroads, S§ 8437-8449. 
Lands of, condemned by highway 

commission, § 5921. 
Rates, § 9263. 

Regulation, § 9270. 
Receiver. 

Appointment, § 9252. 
Right of way. 
Railroads, canals, etc., §§ 8437-8461, 

8479 - 8488, 8490 - 8525, 8527 - 8563, 

8565-8567. 

Telegraph and telephone companies, 
§ 8532. 

Sanitary and drainage commissions, 

reports, § 6148. 
Saving clause, § 9280. 
School purposes, §§ 5360-5362. 
Sewerage, §S 9213 to 9239. 
Acquisition, etc., of collection and 

disposal plants, § 9213. 
Acquisition of property with lien 

thereon, § 9230. 
Acquisition of works or property, § 
9218. 



EMINENT DOMAIN (Cont'd) 
Sewerage (Cont'd) 
Board. 

Definition, S 9214. 

Duties, § 9215. 

Powers, § 9215. 
Charges, § 9226. 

Payable by municipalities, § 9227. 
Commission, S 9214. 
Contractural rights of municipali- 
ties, § 9220. 
Cost of works, § 9219. 
Effect on state board of health, § 

9235. 
Expenses, § 9216. 
Full authority, § 9235. 
Includes sewer and sanitary districts, 

§ 9234. 
Jurisdiction of municipalities. § 9233. 
Lease service to other municipalities, 

§ 9229. 
Liberal construction, § 9236. 
Prerequisites to acquisition or con- 
struction, § 9217. 
Purchase, § 9218. 
Rates, § 9226. 

Payable by municipalities, § 9227. 
Revenue bonds. 

Additional bonds, §§ 9221, 9222. 

Approval by state sinking fund 
commission, § 9237. 

Further additional bonds, § 9231. 

Issuance, § 9220. 

Rights of holders, § 9232. 

Serial bonds, § 9238. 

Trust indenture, § 9224. 

Use of funds from sale, § 9223. 
Sanitary board. 

Supervision and control, § 9228. 
Saving clause, § 9239. 
Sinking fund, § 9225. 
State authorities act. 
Abandonment or dismissal of pro- 
ceedings, § 9120. 
Acquisition of water and flowage 

rights in lands, § 9113. 
Additional rights of eminent domain, 

§ 9112. 
Appeals, § 9118. 

Interest, § 9117. 
Appointment of administrators, § 

9115. 
Award of compensation separately, 

§ 9114. 
Cumulative provisions, § 9122. 
Definitions, S 9112. 

Owners, § 9114. 
Entry, § 9123. 

Fees of clerk of court, § 9117. 
Guardians ad litem, § 9115. 
Including several parcels of lands, § 

9114. 



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EMINENT DOMAIN (Cont'd) 
State authorities act (Cont'd) 
Interest, § 9121. 
Invalidity. § 9125. 

Lands used for public service, § 9124. 
Mineral and timber rights, § 9121. 
Notice. 
Contents, § 9115. 
Service, § 9115. 
Notice to owners, § 9114. 
Payment of taxes, § 9119. 
Property which may be condemned, 

§ 9113. 
Public lands, § 9124. 
'Referees, § 9116. 

Pay and e.xpenses, § 9117. 
Repurchase of certain lands, § 9113. 
Sheriffs, § 9117. 
Short title, § 9111. 
Stamp tax. 

Deeds exempt, § 9118. 
Survey and study, § 9123. 
■Witnesses, § 9117. 
State board of health, § 5002. 
State highway commission, §§ 5921- 

5925. 
Streets, etc., §§ 7368-7372. 
Surplus in contingent fund, § 9269. 
Surplus in depreciation fund, § 9268. 
Surplus in operation and maintenance 

fund, § 9267. 
Telegraph and telephone companies, 
right-of-way over railroads. §§ 8532- 
8539. 
Townships. 
Exercise of powers by townships, § 
9277. 
Trust funds, § 9265-1. 
University of South Carolina, § 5714. 
■Water front, cities over 50,000. §§ 7554- 

7557. 
"Waterworks, §§ 7302-7306. 
"Waterworks companies, § 7303. 
"Waterworks, electric or power sys- 
terms, §§ 9169 to 9185. 
Additional and alternative method, 

§ 9182. 
Authorization, § 9169. 
Betterments, § 9178. 
Bonds. 
Custodians, § 9180. 
Deposit, § 9180. 
Lien on revenue, § 9175. 
Payment, § 9174. 
Proceeds, § 9180. 
Records, § 9180. 

Refunding revenue bonds, § 9181. 
Revenue bonds, § 9173. 
Condemning waterworks or lighting 

system or property, § 9177. 
Cumulative provisions, § 9170. 
Definitions, § 9170. 



EMINENT DOMAIN (Cont'd) 
"Waterworks, electric or power systems 
(Cont'd) 

Improvements, § 9178. 

Includes towns purchasing and dis- 
tributing its water or power, § 
9179. 

Liberal construction, § 9184. 

Ordinance required, § 9171. 
Protest, § 9172. 
Publication, § 9172. 

Purchase or construction, § 9 17 1. 

Rates. § 9176. 

Saving clause, § 9185. 

Water districts included, § 9183. 
■Waterworks systems, §§ 9186 to 9212. 
See within this title, "Municipal 
Corporations." 

Additional and alternative method, § 
9165. 

Authorized, § 9153. 

Betterments, § 9162. 

Bonds. 
Custodians, § 9163. 
Deposits, § 9163. 
Lien on revenue, § 9159. 
Payment of bonds, § 9158. 
Proceeds, § 9163. 
Records, § 9163. 
Refunding, § 9164. 
Revenue bonds, § 9157. 

Condemnation of waterworks or 
property. § 9161. 

Cumulative provisions, § 9154. 

Definitions, § 9154. 

Districts included, § 9166. 

Drainage systems, §§ 9186 to 9212. 
See within this title, "Municipal 
Corporations." 

Electric distribution systems, §§ 9186 
to 9212. 
See within this title, "Municipal 
Corporations." 

Ferries, §§ 9186 to 9212. See within 
this title, "Municipal Corpora- 
tions." 

Highways, §§ 9186 to 9212. See with- 
in this title, "Municipal Corpora- 
tions." 

Hospitals, §§ 9186 to 9212. See with- 
in this title. "Municipal Corpora- 
tions." 

Improvements, § 9162. 

Jails, §§ 9186 to 9212. See within 
this title, "Municipal Corpora- 
tions." 

Liberal construction, § 9167. 

Ordinance required, § 9155. 
Protest, § 9156. 
Publication, § 9156. 

Power plants, §§ 9186 to 9212. See 
within this title, "Municipal Cor- 
porations." 



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EMINENT DOMAIN (Cont'd) 
Waterworks systems (Cont'd) 

Public buildings, §§ 9186 to 9212. See 
within this title, "Municipal Cor- 
porations." 

Purchase or construction by munici- 
pality, § 9155. 

Rates, § 9160. 

Saving clause, § 9168. 

Sewerage systems, §§ 9186 to 9212. 
See within this title, "Municipal 
Corporations." 

Sidewalks, §§ 9186 to 9212. See with- 
in this title, "Municipal Corpora- 
tions." 

Streets, §§ 9186 to 9212. See within 
this title, "Municipal Corpora- 
tions." 

Sweet potato starch factories, §§ 
9186 to 9212. See within this title, 
"Municipal Corporations." 

Toll bridges, §§ 9186 to 9212. See 
within this title, "Municipal Cor- 
porations." 

Year basis, § 9266. 

EMPLOYEES 

See Master and Servant. 

ENDORSEMENT 

See Negotiable Instruments. 

ENDOWMENT CONTRACTS, § 7987-2. 

ENGINEERS 

See Railroads. 

ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEY- 
ORS 

Annual renewal fee, § 7076. 
Architects. 

Act relating to, registrants exempt 
from, § 7084. 

Registered, inapplicable to, § 7083. 
Board defined, § 7065. 
Certificate of registration. 

Fee, § 7072. 

Issuance within one year without ex- 
amination, § 7073. 

Reciprocal registration, § 7074. 

Renewal fee, § 7076. 

Revocation, § 7075. 
Contractors tax, information to tax 

commission, § 2543. 
Corporations, applicable to, § 7078. 
Definitions, § 7065. 
Engineer defined, § 7065. 
Examinations. 

Conduct, scope, etc., § 7071. 

Fees, § 7070. 

Qualifications, § 7070. 

Re-examination, S 7071. 



ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORS 

(Cont'd) 
Exemptions, § 7082. 

Registered architects, § 7083. 

Surveyors of five-year standing, § 
7080. 
Expenses and compensation not to ex- 
ceed fees, § 7064. 
Fees. 

Annual renewal fee, § 7076. 

Certificate of registration, § 7072. 
General contracting. 

Duties of engineers, § 7084-5. 
Information to be furnished tax com- 
mission where construction cost over 

$10,000, § 2543. 
Land surveyors, certificate of registra- 
tion, § 7072. 
List of registrants, publication, § 7079. 
Persons exempted, § 7082. 
Practice of professional engineering de- 
fined, § 7065. 
Practice without certificate, penalty, 

§ 7081. 
Professional engineering, when deemed 

practicing, § 7065. 
Reciprocal registration, § 7074. 
Registered architects, inapplicable to, 

§ 7083. 
Registered engineers, use of title regu- 
lated, § 7063. 
Registered land surveyors, use of title 

regulated, § 7063. 
Registrants, exempt from provisions as 

to licensing architects, § 7084. 
Registration. 

Proof of, § 7077. 

Revocation, S 7075. 
State board of engineering examiners. 

Annual report, § 7068. 

By-laws and rules, § 7067. 

Certificate of registration, § 7067. 

Composition, § 7066. 

Employees and clerks, § 7069. 

Expenditures, § 7068. 

Meetings, § 7068. 

Oath, !} 7067. 

Officers, § 7068. 

Publication of list of registrants, § 

7079. 

Qualifications, § 7066. 

Quorum, S 7068. 

Removal, § 7066. 

Seal, § 7067. 

Secretary, § 7068. 

Terms, § 7066. 

Vacancies, § 7066. 
Surveyor defined, § 7065. 
Violations, penalties, § 7081. 

ENGINES 

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ENLISTMENT 

See Militia. 

ENROLLMENT 

Schools, enrollment defined, § 5299. 

ENTICING 

Laborers under contract, § 7030-10. 

ENTOMOLOGIST 

Appointed by state crop pest commis- 
sion, § 3255. 

Entry on premises in discharge of du- 
ties, § 3266-1. 

Failure to follow treatment prescribed 
by, § 3266-2. 

Importation of plants, examination, § 
3266-4. 

Interfering with in discharge of duties, 
§ 3266-1. 

Sale of diseased plants, § 5806-21. 

Sale of infested plants prohibited, § 
3266-3. 

Transportation of plants, certificate of 
inspection, § 3266-5. 

ENTRY 

See Judgments and Decrees; Forci- 
ble Entry and Detainer. 
On lands of another, §§ 1190, 1192. 

EPIDEMICS 

See Health; Quarantine. 
Closing of schools, § 5021. 
State board of health, investigation, §§ 

4998, 5001. 

EPILEPTICS 

See Insane Persons. 

EQUAL PROTECTION OF THE LAW 

Denial by state prohibited, Const. U. S. 

amend. 14, § 1. 
Denial of, prohibited. Const. '95, art. 1, 

§ 5. 

EQUITY 

See Masters; References. 
Actions by or against railroads for 

penalties or damages, § 8454. 
Circuit court, sixth circuit, time for 

equity cases, § 56. 
Circuit judges, powers at chambers, § 

36. 
Common pleas open for, §§ 51-64. 

Determination of equity cases, § 66. 
Costs in chancery cases, § 756. 
Distinction between law and equity 

abolished. Const. '95, art. 6, § 3. 
Equity rules to prevail in cases of con- 
flict. § 906. 
Injunctions. 

See Injunctions. 



EQUITY (Cont'd) 
Issues, Cir. Ct. rule 28. 

Framing of, § 593. 

Jury trial, Cir. Ct. rule 28. 

Settlement by court, Cir. Ct. rule 28. 

Trial of, § 593. 
Judicial power of United States, Const. 

U. S. art. 3, § 2; amend. 11. 
Jury trial, Cir. Ct. rule 28. 
Quieting title. 

See Quieting Title. 
Receivers. 

See Receivers. 
Reference of issues, § 653. 
Rules of equity to prevail over conflict- 
ing rules of common law, § 906. 
Supreme court, appellate jurisdiction, § 

26. 

ERROR, WRIT OF 

See Appeal. 

ESCAPES 

Arrest. 

Magistrates, § 929. 
Convicts, duty of sheriff to arrest, § 

3545. 
Convicts from penitentiaries. 

Connivance at escape, § 1977. 

Harboring or employing, § 1982. 

Rewards for capture, § 1981. 
Harboring or employing escaped con- 
victs, § 1982. 
Jails and jailers. 

Impressing guard and calling out 
posse comitatus, § 1952. 

Wilfully suffering, § 1411. 
Magistrates. 

Arrest, § 929. 
Person held to service or labor, extra- 
dition, Const. U. S. art. 4, § 2(3). 
Prisoners. 

Aiding, § 1409. 

Aiding escape from officers, § 1410. 

Punishment of officer permitting, § 
3538. 

Punishment of sheriff, etc., having 
custody, § 1533. 
Punishment of officer permitting, § 

3538. 
Retaking of escaped prisoners on Sun- 
day, § 3524. 
Sheriffs. 

Arrest of escaped convicts, § 3545. 

Liable for negligent escape, § 3537. 

Permitting prisoner to go at large, § 
3535. 
Wilfully suffering, §§ 1411, 3538. 

ESCHEAT 

Accrual to use of state. Const. '95, art. 
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ESCHEAT (Cont'd) 
Advertisements of escheated lands, § 

8846. 
Advertisements, sale, § 8848. 
Annual report. 

By secretary of state, § 8842. 

Sinking fund commission, § 8842. 
Apportionment of escheated property 

for school purposes, Const. '95, art. 

11, § 11. 
Claimant, land committed to on giving 

security, etc., § 8851. 
Commissions of escheators, § 8861. 
Costs and expenses, § 8840. 
Division into smaller tracts, § 8849. 
Escheated lands, purchase by escheator 

prohibited, § 8862. 
Escheator. 

Commissions, § 8861. 

Misconduct, penalty, § 8863. 

Purchase of escheated estates pro- 
hibited, § 8862. 

Secretary of State, § 8840. 
Failure to claim for 12 months, sale, § 

8847. 
Felons, inapplicable to property of, § 

8859. 
Former escheator, § 8840. 
Inquest by jury, § 8845. 
Notice describing lands, § 8846. 
Notice to circuit judge, § 8844. 
Observance of article, § 8857. 
Partition, rights of state, § 8830. 
Penalties, escheator, misconduct, etc., 

§ 8863. 
Personal property, § 8854. 

Advertising of, § 8855. 

Payment into treasury, §§ 8854-8857. 

Persons under disability, rights re- 
served for three years, § 8856. 

Vested in state after two years, § 
8855. 
Petition by claimant, § 8851. 
Previous escheated property not af- 
fected, § 8843. 
Proceeds, disposition, § 8840. 
Proceeds of sale, payment to treasury, 

§ 8849. 
Purchase for sinking fund commission, 

§ 8841. 
Renting of escheated lands, § 8852. 
Sale. 

Advertise for six weeks, § 8848. 

Failure to claim for 12 months, § 
8847. 

Proceeds, payment into treasury, § 
8849. 
Secretary of state. 

Annual report, § 8842. 

Duties, § 8840. 

Escheator, § 8840. 
Security by claimant, § 8851. 



ESCHEAT (Cont'd) 
Sinking fund commission. 

Annual report, § 8842. 

Escheated property purchased for, § 
8841. 
State not precluded from inquest and 

sale, § 8853. 
Suits by escheator, damages to party 

aggrieved, § 8852. 
Tenancy in common, state not party to 

partition, § 8830. 
Title, person making good title, com- 
pensation, § 8850. 
Title to land, failing from defect of 

heirs. Const. '95, art. 14, § 3. 
Treaties, etc., not contravened, § 8860. 

ESCROW 

Securities act, § 8130. 

ESTATES 

Determination of, guardian or trustee 
of infant holding over, trespasser, § 
875. 

Dower, §§ 8578-8611. 

Estates for life and for years. §§ 8797- 
8801. 

Fee simple, words of limitation un- 
necessary, § 8923. 

Holding over by guardian or trustee, 
damages rccoveraliifc by person en- 
titled to possession, § 876. 

Joint tenants and tenants in common, 
§§ 8826-8829. 

Life estates. 

See Life Estates. 

Life of another, devisable, § 8917. 

Limitations. 
Failure of issue, construed, § 8871. 
Remainder, feoffment with livery of 
seisin not to defeat, § 8872. 

Remainder, when not defeated, § 8872. 

Trust. 
See Trusts and Trustees. 

ESTATES OF DECEDENTS 

See Descent and Distribution; Exec- 
utors and Administrators; Wills. 

Costs of administration and settlement, 
§ 757. 

Derelict estates, administration, §§ 
8980-8983. 

Distribution of intestates, §§ 8905-8913. 

Personal estates of less than $500, dis- 
tribution by probate judge, § 9028. 

Real estate, probate judge to file de- 
scriptions, § 227. 

ESTATE TAX, §§ 2504-1 to 2504-4. 
See Inheritance Tax. 



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ESTILL, TOWN OF 

Commissioners of public works, abol- 
ished, § 7281. 

ESTRAYS 

See Stock Laws. 

Advertisement, § 6270. 
By magistrate, § 6272. 
Horses and mules, § 6272. 
Payment, § 6274. 

Appraisement, magistrate, certificate, 
§ 6271. 

Book of estrays. 
Entries, § 6276. 
Inspection, § 6276. 

Certificates of appraisers and magis- 
trate, filing, § 6276. 

Claim by owner, § 6275. 

Clerks of court, neglect of duty, pen- 
alty, § 6279. 

Hogs, sheep, etc., appraisement at place 
take, § 6270. 

Horses and mules, advertisement, § 
6272. 

Keeping and maintaining, compensa- 
tion, § 6277. 

Magistrates, neglect of duties, penalty, 
§ 6279. 

Owner, claim after sale, § 6275. 

Penalty, violations by takers, § 6280. 

Sale, § 6273. 
Claim after, § 6275. 
Note by purchaser, § 6273. 

Stone horses, running at large, § 6278. 

Taking before magistrate, § 6270. 

Taking up. 
Liability of taker for damages, § 6277. 
Penalty on takers for violations, § 

6280. 
Without obeying law, § 1229. 

Working of, § 6277. 

ETHYL ALCOHOL 

See Intoxicating Liquors. 

EVIDENCE 

See Witnesses. 
Abortion, uncorroborated evidence of 

woman, § 1112. 
Actions to establish lost instruments, 

costs of within judge's discretion, § 

733. 
Admission or inspection of writings, § 

673. 
Affidavits. 

Ownership of motor vehicles, § 714. 
Bills of lading, etc., admissibility of 

copies, § 736. 
Certified copies, § 713. 
Circuit courts. 

Exhibits in fifth judicial circuit, § 55. 



EVIDENCE (Cont'd) 

Commissions, execution and opening, 
Cir. Ct. rule 34. 

Common law of foreign states, how 
proved, § 716. 

Compromise, offer of, inadmissible, § 
665. 

Copies of instruments issued by car- 
riers, § 736. 

Discovery of books and papers, Cir. Ct. 
rule 43. 

Electric light, heat and power com- 
panies, § 8555-5. 

Examination of parties, §§ 674-682. 

Exemplifications of wills. 
Farmers' and planters' books, § 727. 
Foreign instruments, § 725. 
Restrictions upon use of copies, § 
726. 

Foreign statutes, codes, etc., admissi- 
bility of printed copies, § 716. 

Fugitives from justice. 
Attorney general takes testimony in 
hearings on extradition, § 914-1. 

Grants and plats, issued by state of 
North Carolina, admissibility of cer- 
tified copies, § 721. 

Highway right of way, certified copy 
admissible, § 5880(2). 

Inspection and copy of books, papers, 
etc., § 673. 

Judgments and decrees, lost or de- 
stroyed record, application for sub- 
stitution of new record, § 729. 

Laws of other states, how proved, § 716. 

Lost or destroyed deeds. 
Action to perpetuate testimony. 
Judge at chambers to have juris- 
diction, § 731. 
Preservation and recording of evi- 
dence, § 732. 
Evidence as to, § 732. 
Proceedings to perpetuate testimony, 
§ 730. 

Lost or destroyed record of judgments 
or decrees, application for substitu- 
tion of new record, § 729. 

Lost papers, proof of on trial, § 733. 

Magistrates, § 274. 
Taking testimony, § 932. 

Masters. 
Must decide objection to evidence, § 

654. 
To be read and signed by witness, § 
654. 

Material evidence. 
Preservation, § 734. 

Medical or scientific books, admissi- 
bility, § 728. 

Mortuary table established, § 735. 

Motion for nonsuit or directed verdict 
for want of evidence, Cir. Ct. rule 76. 



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EVIDENCE (Cont'd) 

Motor vehicles. 
Affidavits of director in cases in- 
volving ownership, § 714. 

Negotiable instruments, evidence ad- 
missible to show that indorsers 
agreed to be liable other than in the 
order in which they indorsed, § 6819. 

New trial based on after-discovered 
evidence, Sup. Ct. rule 24. 

Notary's protest sufficient evidence if 
notary bo dead or absent, § 711. 

Objections for want of evidence, Cir. 
Ct. rule 76. 

Offer of compromise inadmissible, § 
665. 

Ordinances. 
Proof of, § 715. 

Original of recorded instrument as 
prima facie evidence, § 723. 

Perpetuation of testimony, §§ 730-734. 

Photostatic copies, § 713. 

Pleadings, not to be evidence in crim- 
inal proceedings, § 475. 

Preservation of material evidence, § 
734. 

Prima facie evidence, certificate of 
analyst of concentrated commercial 
feeding stuff, § 6598-1. 

Production of documents, § 673. 

Proof of signature, in absence of wit- 
nesses, § 709. 
Actions against executors, etc., § 710. 

Protest for nonpayment, sufficient evi- 
dence if notary dead or absent, §§ 
711, 6746. 

Railroads. 
Rules of evidence, § 8258. 
Schedule of rates, § 8305. 

Recorded written instruments. 
Certified copies, § 713. 
Original as prima facie evidence. 
Inapplicable when attacked for 

fraud, § 724. 
Of execution and recording, § 723. 
Presumption of compliance with 
stamp tax law, § 2526(5). 

Reference. 
Decisions on objections to evidence, 

§ 654. 
Read and signed by witness, § 654. 

Reports of decisions of courts of for- 
eign states, admissibility, § 716. 

Seduction, uncorroborated testimony 
of woman, § 1441. 

Sheriffs deed, prima facie, § 2160. 

Signatures, proof of in absence of wit- 
nesses, § 709. 

Stale of North Carolina grants and 
plats, admissibility of certified 
copies, § 721. 



EVIDENCE (Cont'd) 

Statutes, codes, etc., of foreign states, 
admissibility of printed copies, § 
716. 

Surveys of land ordered by court, no- 
tice, Cir. Ct. rule 36. 

Transactions with deceased or insane 
persons, § 692. 

Treason, Const. '95. art. 1, § 22. 

Waybills, bills of lading, etc., copies of, 
§ 736. 

Witnesses, transactions with deceased 
or insane persons, § 692. 

EXAMINATION OF PARTIES 

See Parties. 

EXAMINATION OF WITNESSES 

See Witnesses. 

EXAMINATIONS 

See Banks; Dentists; Physicians and 
Surgeons, etc. 

EXCAVATION 

Highway. 
File application to excavate in or 
across road not in highway system, 
§ 5853-1. 

EXCEPTIONS AND OBJECTIONS 

Appeals to circuit court, § 804. 
Appeals to supreine court, § 781. 
Objections to sureties on undertak- 
ing. § 791. 
Bill of exceptions, Cir. Ct. rule 47. 

Necessity of, § 605. 
Cases and exceptions, on motions for 

new trial, Cir. Ct. rule 47, 48. 
Exceptions, amendments, Cir. Ct. rule 

48. 
Exceptions to rulings on trial of issues 
by jury, § 593. 
Contents, Cir. Ct. rule 48. 
How to be marked, Cir. Ct. rule 48. 
Not to be long or argumentative, 

Sup. Ct. rule 4, § 6. 
Reduced to writing, § 605. 
Settlement of, § 605. 
To decision on matter of law in trial 
by court, time of taking, §§ 649, 
650. 
New trial, Cir. Ct. rule 47. 
Objections for want of evidence, Cir. 
Ct. rule 76. 

Reference, objections to evidence, § 
654. 

Settling case and exceptions, Cir. Ct. 
rule 47. 

Surveys, Cir. Ct. rule 36. 

Trial by court, exceptions, time of tak- 
ing. § 650. 



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EXCESSIVE BAIL 

See Bail and Recognizance. 

EXCHANGES 

Local exchanges, § 6319. 

EXCISES 

Congress, power to le\'y. Const. U. S. 

art. 1, § 8(1). 
Uniformity throughout United States, 

Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8(1). 

EXECUTIONS 

See Judgments and Decrees; Supple- 
mentary Proceedings. 
Actions on judgments after lapse of 

twenty years, § 745. 
Against person, § 739. 

Duties of officer, § 742. 

Issuance, § 741. 
Against property, § 739. 

Duties of officer, § 742. 

Issuance of executions, § 740. 

Sales, by whom made, § 740. 
Bill of costs by clerk of common pleas, 

§ 3619. 
Clerks of courts may issue, §§ 740, 

3596. 
Confession of judgment, § 672. 
Constables. 

Failure to enforce or return, liabil- 
ity, § 3741. 

Manner of enforcing and returning, 
§ 3740. 

Schedule to be attached, § 3738. 
Costs, execution for, § 760. 
Criminal cases, sale of offender's es- 
tate, § 1042. 
Delinquent taxes, § 2782. 
Delivery of property, § 739. 
Discovery of property of judgment 

debtor, §§ 746-755. 
Enforcement of judgment, § 738. 
Exceptions, Const. '95, art. 3, § 28. 

Military property, § 2925. 
Executors and administrators, execu- 
tion on judgment by administrator 

de bonis non, § 416. 
Exemption from judgment liens, § 743. 
Forms of execution, § 742. 
Injunction to stay, when granted, § 

569. 
Issuance. 

Limitations on. § 744. 

Time for, § 744. 
Judicial sales, § 740. 
Kinds of executions, § 739. 
Levj'. memoranda by sheriff, § 9068. 
Limitations on issuance, § 737. 
Magistrates, § 273. 

Application for leave to issue execu- 
tion, § 744. 

Issuance, § 274. 



EXECUTIONS (Cont'd) 
Married women, §§ 400, 740. 
Personal property not bound, § 744. 
Personal representatives of decedent, 

§ 737. 
Probate court, judge empowered to 

issue, § 242. 
Purchase of by sheriff or deputy, pen- 
alty, § 3534. 
Renewal or satisfaction, entry by clerks 

of courts, § 3602. 
Return, procedure, § 744. 
Revival of judgment, § 743. 
Sales. 

See, also. Judicial Sales. 
Advertisement, contents, § 9071. 
Advertising, length, § 9070. 
Best price, § 9069. 
By whom made, § 740. 
Cash, § 9078. 
Charleston county. 

Place of, § 9076. 

Time of, § 9077. 
Conveyance by officer making sale, 

§ 740. 
Day of sale, § 9072. 
Deposits by bidders, § 9078-1. 
Exemption, homestead, § 9085. 
Fees and charges of sales officers, § 

9078-1. 
Magistrates, § 273. 
No lien on real estate sold in action 

to which creditor is party shaU 

constitute lien after sale, §§ 9084-1, 

9084-2. 
Notices, § 8899. 
Notifying prior highest bidder, § 

9078-1. 
Officer making sale, § 9078-1. 
Order to stay undertaking, Cir. Ct. 

rule 64. 
Persons who may offer bids, § 

9078-1. 
Place of, § 9073. 
Resale, § 9078. 
Return of deposit of prior highest 

bidder, § 9078-1. 
Sale day, § 9072. 
Sheriff to keep memoranda of levy, 

etc., § 9068. 
Time for offering bids, § 9078-1. 
Trust estates, § 9067. 
Sales by judgment debtors. 
Confirmation, § 9079. 
Endorsement on deed, § 9079. 
Objections by creditors. 

Endorsements on conveyance, § 
9081. 

Procedure, § 9080. 

Sale by sheriff, § 9080. 
Proceeds paid to sheriff, § 9079. 



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EXECUTIONS (Cont'd) 
Sales by judgment debtors (Cont'd) 

Sheriffs sale bringing more, proce- 
dure, § 9082. 
Sales of estate of offender, § 1042. 
Sheriff. 

Failure to make, statement of rea- 
sons, § 3533. 

Purchase of, penalty, § 3534. 
Stay of execution by app^il, §§ 782- 

793. 
Supplementary proceedings, §§ 746- 

755. 
Tax executions. 

See Taxes and Taxation. 
Workmen's compensation, § 7035-64. 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 

See Governor. 
Composition, § 3082. 
Offices, comptroller general to furnish, 

§ 3154. 
Officers constituting, § 3082. 
Separate departments. Const. '95, art. 

1, § 14. 
Stationery, § 3084. 
Vacancies. 

Appointment by Governor, § 3094. 

Filling of, § 3083. 

EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRA- 
TORS 

Absent. 

Citation to account, § 9015. 
Failure, § 9016. 
Failure to appear, § 9015. 
Accounts. 

Administrator, § 9014. 

Annual, § 9012. 

Citation on refusal, § 9013. 

Default, duty of probate judge, § 

9013. 
Filing annual return, § 9012. 
Penalty for default, § 9013. 
Removal beyond state, §S 9015, 9016. 
Action against, § 417. 
Absence of witnesses to signatures, § 

710. 
When commenced, § 418. 
Actions, additional compensation, § 

9018. 
Actions by, § 399. 
Administration of derelict estates, §§ 

8980-8983. 
Administration of intestate's estate. 
Bond of administrator. 
Action on, § 8976. 
Amount, condition, etc., § 8975. 
Petition for relief of sureties, § 
8977. 
Citation of kin and creditors, § 8972. 



EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS 

(Cont'd) 
Administration of intestates estate 
(Cont'd) 
Mode of granting administration, § 

8972. 
Oath by administrator, § 8974. 
Administrator de bonis non, execu- 
tion on judgments by, § 416. 
Administrator with will annexed. 
Bond, § 8958. 

Actions on, § 8961. 

Condition, § 8960. 

Oath, § 8957. 

Sales validated, § 8951. 

Ancillary powers, § 2497. 

Appointment, subscribing witness to 

will, § 8919. 
Appraisal of property, § 2488. 
Appraisement. 
Appraisers. 

Appointment, § 8987. 
Fees, § 8991. 
Oaths, § 8992. 
Each county where goods located, § 

8989. 
Oath, § 8987. 
Return, § 8987. 
Banks authorized to act as, § 7838. 
Bonds. 
Administrator of intestate's estate. 
Actions on, S 8976. 
Amount, condition, etc., § 8975. 
Administrator, petition by sureties 

for relief, § 8977. 
Administrator with will annexed. 
Actions on, § 8961. 
Amount, § 8958. 
Condition, § 8960. 
Executor purchasing property of es- 
tate, § 9058. 
Federal farm loan bonds, invest- 
ment in, § 9049. 
None required until it appears that 
property will be received, § 8962. 
Nonresident executor, § 8952. 
Payment from trust funds, § 8959. 
Premiuin chargeable against estate, 
§ 8959. 
Citation. 
Default in rendering account, § 9013. 
Removal beyond state, §§ 9015, 9016, 
Unknown heirs, § 9022. 
Claims against estate. 
Approval by probate judge, § 9012. 
Assets of deceased nonresident, § 

8998. 
Claims barred unless action brought 
within 12 months after disallow- 
ance, § 8999-1. 
Compromise, § 8999. 
Crops as assets, § 8996. 



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EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS 

(Cont'd) 
Claims against estate (Cont'd) 
Emblements, § 8997. 
Failure to render account, § 8994. 
Money paid by United States for in- 
surance, compensation or pensions, 
§ 9000. 
Notice to creditors, § 8993. 
Payment, order of, § 8995. 
Time for rendering account, § 8993. 
Commissions, § 9017. 
Actions for additional compensation, 

§ 9018. 
Payable to estate, § 9020. 
Conversion of goods, liability, § 8979. 
Costs, § 757. 

Action by or against, § 766. 
Creditors, letters of administration to, 

§ 8969. 
Crops, assets, § 8996. 
Death by wrongful act, action for, §§ 

411-414. 
Death of executor or administrator, 

letters de bonis non, § 8971. 
Debtor as executor, debt not extin- 
guished, § 8967. 
Debts. 
Assets of deceased nonresident, § 

8998. 
Claims barred unless action brought 
within 12 months after disallow- 
ance, § 8999-1. 
Compromise, § 8999. 
Discharge in proportion to assets, § 

8970. 
Emblements, S 8997. 
Failure of creditor to render account, 

§ 8994. 
Notice to creditors, § 8993. 
Order of payment, § 8995. 
Probate judge to sell real estate of 

deceased to pay debts, § 9001. 
Sale of real estate to pay, §§ 9008- 

9010. 
Time for asserting, § 8993. 
Derelict estates. 

Administration, § 2494. 
By clerk of court, §§ 8980-8983. 
Discharge, payment of inheritance tax, 

prerequisite, § 2495. 
Distribution of estate, §§ 9021-9027. 
Emblements, § 8997. 
Evidences of indebtedness, sale of. § 

9062. 
Executor of an executor, § 8956. 
Executor of his own wrong. 
Discovery and accounting of goods, 

etc., § 8985. 
Executor and administrator of, lia- 
bility, § 8986. 
Persons chargeable as, § 8984. 



EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS 

(Cont'd) 
Executor or administrator of executor 
or administrator, liability for con- 
version of goods, § 8979. 
Executor with will annexed, oath, § 

8957. ■ 
Executors. 
Debtor as, debt not extinguished, § 

8967. 
Infirm or distant, commission may 

qualify, § 8963. 
Nonresident. 
Bond, § 8953. 
Failure to qualify, § 8954, 
Resignation, § 8951. 
Federal farm loan bonds, investment 

in, § 9049. 
Foreign personal representatives, pow- 
er or, § 8955. 
Heirs, citation of unknown heirs, §§ 

9021-9027. 
Housing. 

Investments, § 5271-91. 
Housing authorities. 
Investment in mortgages insured and 
debentures issued by administra- 
tor, § 7838-2. 
Indenture of apprentices, assignment, 

§ 7023. 
Infants, disqualified, § 8966. 
Inheritance tax. 

See Inheritance Tax. 
Intestate's estates. 
Administration, §§ 8968-8979. 
Distribution, §§ 9021-9027. 
Inventories, §§ 2488, 8987. 
Investment authorized, § 9051. 
Bonds of federal home loan bank, § 

9051-2. 
Bonds of Home Owners' Loan Cor- 

portation, § 9051-1. 
Federal farm loan bonds, § 9049. 
Interest, § 9050. 
Shares in federal savings and loan 

associations, § 9051-2. 
Shares in state building and loan as- 
sociations, § 9051-2. 
State highway certificates of indebt- 
edness and notes, § 5967. 
Judgments, executions on by adminis- 
trator de bonis non, § 416. 
Letters of administration. 
Citation of kin and creditors, § 8972. 
Creditors, benefit of all creditors, § 

8969. 
De bonis non, § 8971. 
Derelict estates, clerk of court, § 

8980. 
Intestate's estates, §§ 8968-8979. 
Order of granting, § 8968. 
Persons entitled to, § 8968. 



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EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS 

(Cont'd) 
Letters of administration (Cont'd) 
Revocation, § 9016. 

Failure to render account, § 9013. 
Temporary letters, § 8973. 
■Will, loss or destruction, § 8978. 
Letters of administration with will an- 
nexed, § 8951. 
Letters testamentary. 
Nonresident executor, § 8952. 
Nuncupative will, § 8965. 
Temporary letters, § 8973. 
Limitation of actions. 
Claims barred unless action brought 
within 12 months after disallow- 
ance, § 8999-1. 
Mechanics' liens. 
Enforcement against, § 8763. 
Enforcement by, § 8764. 
Nonresident executors. 
Failure to qualify, § 8954. 
Powers, § 8953. 
Prerequisite to grant of letters, § 

8952. 
Renunciation of office, § 8954. 
Summons and process, service of, § 
8952. 
Nuncupative will, letters testamentary, 

§ 8965. 
Oath. 
Administrator of intestate's estate, § 

8974. 
Appraisers, § 8992. 
Executor or administrator with will 



annexed. 



8957. 



Personal estates of $500.00 or less, § 
9028. 

Personal property. 
Power of probate judge, § 9061. 
Sales. 
Order of court, § 9059. 
Regulations, § 9060. 

Plene administravit, plea of, oath and 
inventory to accompany, Cir. Ct. rule 
21. 

Probate court. 
Discharge, when granted, § 213. 
Jurisdiction, § 210. 

Probate judge, furnish copies of pa- 
pers, § 410. 

Promise to answer out of own estate, 
note or memorandum, § 7044. 

Raih-oad stock, liability, § 8266. 

Real estate. 
Filing descriptions by probate judge, 

S 227. 
Sale, Ji8 9008-9010, 9054, 9055. 

Removal beyond state, citation to ac- 
count, § 9015. 

Renunciation of office by executor, § 
9016. 



EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS 

(Cont'd) 
Resignation of executor, § 8951. 
Returns. 
Annual, § 9012. 
Citation on neglect, § 9013. 
Failure to render, liability, § 9012. 
Penalty for default, § 9013. 
Removal from state, §S 9015, 9016. 
Rules relating to, applicable to bills of 

lading, § 7014. 
Sales. 
Administrators with will annexed, 

validated, § 8951. 
Evidences of indebtedness, § 9062. 
Insufficient security, liability, § 9056. 
Personal property. 
Order of court, § 9059. 
Regulations, § 9060. 
Purchase by executor, etc., § 9057. 
Both to account for purchase mon- 
ey, § 9058. 
Real estate. 
Acceptance of service and consent 

to sale, S 9003. 
Bond of executor and administra- 
tor, § 9006. 
Death or renunciation by executor, 

§ 9055. 
Disposition of receipts, § 9002. 
Filing papers in probate judge's of- 
fice, § 9007. 
Handling of proceeds by executor 

or administrator, § 9006. 
' Infants, § 9003. 
Non-residents, § 9005. 
Only procedure for sale of land in 
aid of assets by probate court, § 
9007-1. 
Parties with unknown residences, 

§ 9005. 
Probate judge. 
Fees, § 9008. 

Filing notice of pendency, § 9004. 
Sell real estate of deceased to 
pay debts, § 9001. 
Pursuant to will, § 9054. 
Releases of liens on property sold, 

§ 9011. 
Return of executor or administra- 
tor to show distribution of funds, 
§ 9007. 
Service of summons and petition, § 

9003. 
Sheriff's costs, § 9010. 
Sheriff's fees, § 9009. 
Summoning heirs and devisees 
when petition for sale made, § 
9002. 

State hospital. 
Duties on death of inmate, § 6249-4. 



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EXECUTORS AND ADMINISTRATORS 

(Cont'd) 
Statement of liabilities of estate, § 

9012. 
Stockholders, liability, § 7677. 
Summons and process, service on non- 
resident executors, § 8952. 
Testate estates, distribution where 

parties are absent and unknown, §§ 

9022, 9026. 
Trespassers, actions against, § 415. 
Trust companies, § 7838. 
United States veterans. 

Money paid by United States for in- 
surance, compensation or pensions, 
. § 9000. 

Venue, actions against, § 422. 
Who may be, § 8966. 

Wills. 

Loss or destruction alleged, § 8978. 

Probate, §§ 8930-8934, 8936-8947, 
8964. 

EXEMPTION FROM TAXATION 

See Taxes and Taxation; and see 
also the particular counties. 

EXEMPTIONS 

See Homestead: Jury and Jurors; 
Taxes and Taxation. 
Arrest in civil actions, § 500. 
General contracting, § 7084-6. 
Judgment liens, exempt real property, 

§ 743. 
Personal property, § 9090. 

EXHIBITS 

Fifth judicial circuit, § 55. 

EXPERIMENT STATIONS 

See Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tions. 

EXPLOSIVES 

Carriers, transportation, violations, § 

8390. 
Damages for injuries, § 8393. 
Explosive compound defined, § 8394. 
Fireworks, § 1316. 

Counties with cities over 60,000. 
Licenses, § 1317. 
Fish, placing in waters to take, § 1770. 
Railroads. 

Placing on rails of, §§ 1197, 1197. 

Transportation, regulations, § 8388. 
Sale of, regulated, § 1304. 
Transportation. 

Explosive compound, defined, § 8394. 

Forfeiture when unlawful, § 8392. 

Packing and marking, § 8389. 

Search warrants for, § 8391. 

Violation of rules, §, 8390. 



EXPORTING CORPORATIONS 

Articles of association, § 6677. 

Capital stock, § 6678. 

Control and supervision by board of 

exports and marketing, § 6680. 
Directors and officers, § 6679. 
Formation, § 6677. 
Net earnings, disposition of, § 6681. 
Organization certificate, contents, § 

6677. 
Powers, § 6677. 

EXPORTS AND MARKETING 

See Board of Exports and Marketing. 
Board of, §§ 6676-6681. 
Division of markets, establishment of 

standard containers and grades for 

farm products, § 6665. 
Division of markets of extension ser- 
vice, standard containers and grades, 

powers and duties, §§ 6662-6672. 
Farm products. 

Appeals from classification, § 6668. 

Brands, labels, etc., § 6665. 

Construction of article, § 6672. 

Division of markets charged with 
execution, § 6663. 

Duties of division of markets, § 6664. 

Inspection, § 6667. 

Licensed inspectors, fees, § 6667. 

Partial invalidity of article, § 6672. 

Penalties, § 6671. 

Rules and regulations, § 6669. 

Standard containers and grades, § 
6662. 
Conforming to, necessity of, § 6666. 
Establishment, § 6665. 

Violations, § 6670. 
Marketing contracts, § 8890. 

EX POST FACTO LAWS 

Prohibited, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 9; 

Const. '95, art. 1, § 8. 
States prohibited from passing. Const. 

U. S. art. 1, § 10. 

EXPOSURE 

Exhibiting indecent pictures, § 1444. 
Indecent exposure, § 1442. 

EXPRESS COMPANIES 

See Carriers. 
Assessment for expenses of railroad 

commission, §§ 8292-11, 8543. 
Common law liability, Const. '95, art. 

9, § 3. 
Express company defined, § 2646. 
Freight. 

Perishable, sale when refused or un- 
claimed, S 7216. 

Refused freight, sale, § 7214. 



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EXPRESS COMPANIES (Cont'd) 
Freight (Cont'd) 
Refused or unclaimed, record of 

sales, § 7218. 
Unclaimed freight, sale, § 7215. 
General supervision by railroad com- 
mission, § 8292-12. 
License tax. 
Additional fees, §§ 2690-1, 2690-2. 
Amount, § 2685. 
Annual report. 
Contents, § 2678. 

Filing with state tax commission, 
§ 2684. 
Failure to pay, § 2687. 
Gross receipts, determination, § 2683. 
State treasurer's receipt of payment, 
§ 2686. 
Limiting liability. Const. '95, art. 9, § 

3. 
Live stock, sale when refused or un- 
claimed, § 7217. 
Penalties and forfeitures, disposition, 

§ 8224. 
Perishable freight, sale when refused 

or unclaimed, § 7216. 
Public service commission. 

Assessment for salaries, § 8543. 
Contingent fund, § 8543. 
Control and supervision, § 8542. 
Salaries, § 8543. 
Sales of refused or unclaimed freight, 
§§ 7214, 7218. 



Assessment and returns, 
2654. 



2646- 



Transporting for hire. Const. '95, art. 

9, § 3. 
Worlcmen's compensation. 

Exemptions, § 7035-16. 

EXTRADITION 

See Fugitives from Justice. 

FACTORIES 

Sec Textile Industries. 
Burning of, punishment, § 1133. 
Children under 16. 

Employment prohibited, § 7031. 
Employment of children, violations, § 

7031-1. 
Hours of labor, § 7033-5. 
Liens of employees for wages, §§ 8789- 

8791. 
Tax exemption, Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 

See also the particular counties. 
Water-closets to be provided for, § 

3241. 

Failure, penalty, § 3241. 

FACTORS 

Cotton factors, furnishing of sworn 



statements, S 1288. 



FACTORS (Cont'd) 
Failure to account for produce, § 1283. 
Making way with produce before paid 
for, fraud, §§ 1282-1284. 

FACTORS AND COMMISSION MER- 
CHANTS, § 6619-1, 8785 to 8785-8. 
Acquisition of liens to secure loans 

and advances, § 8785. 
Agricultural liens. 

Liens on merchandise to secure loans 
in advance, § 6619-1. 
Construction, §§ 6619-1, 8785-7. 
Definitions, §§ 6619-1, 8785-6. 
Duties and fees of filing officer, § 

8785-2. 
Effect on other liens, § 8785-3. 
Effect on other statutes, §§ 6619-1, 

8785-8. 
Liens. 

Contents of notice, § 6619-1. 

Effective as of fifing notice. § 6619-1. 

Payment or satisfaction of indebted- 
ness secured by, § 6619-1. 

Scope, § 6619-1. 

Verification of notice, § 6619-1. 
Loans. 

Liens on merchandise to secure loans 
in advance, § 6619-1. 
Notice. 

Amendment, § 8785-1. 

Contents, § 8785-1. 

Lien effective as of filing notice, § 
8785-1. 

Notice of lien filed and not satisfied 
good for ten years, § 8785-4. 

Place of filing, § 8785-2. 

Verification by lienor or agent, § 
8785-2. 
Possession by factor merchant or third 

party for his account, § 8785-5. 
Possession for account, § 6619-1. 
Satisfaction of indebtedness secured by 

lien, § 8785-4. 
Scope of lien, § 8785-3. 
Time of filing contract, §§ 6619-1, 

8785-3. 

FAIR ASSOCIATIONS 

See Fairs. 
Deputy sheriffs. 
Appointment, etc., § 3504. 
Bond, § 3506. 
Malfeasance, § 3507. 
Rights, duties and powers, §§ 3505. 
3509. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY 

Advertising for bids, § 4309-5. 
Agricultural board, § 5806-126. 
Apportionment of representatives, § 
2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 



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FAIRFIELD COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Board of tax assessors. 
Ridgeway, town of, § 2858-11. 
Winnsboro, town of, § 2858-12. 
Bonds, township highway bonds, §§ 

4333-4338. 
Boundaries, § 2995. 
Chain gang, § 4309-6. 
Circuit court, terms, § 56. 
Civil engineer, § 4318. 
Claims against county, § 4309-3. 
Clerk of court. 
Fees, § 4925. 
Fees, excepted, § 4923. 
Member of sinking fund commission, 
§ 4346. 
Common pleas, terms, § 56. 
Commutation tax, § 4316. 
Amount, § 4316. 
Entry of names of persons liable, § 

4317. 
Exemptions, § 4316. 
Failure to pay, § 4316. 
Persons liable, § 4316. 
Confederate veterans, pensions, § 4988- 

(1). 
Constable, Winnsboro Mills, § 3764. 
Contracts, § 4309-5. 
Convicts, hiring or exchanging with 
other counties, provisions inapplica- 
ble, §§ 3838, 3839. 
County attorney, advisory capacity in 
road maintenance contracts, § 4328. 
County auditor. 
Tax levy for confederate pensions, § 
4988(1). 
County board of commissioners. 
Appointment, § 4309. 
Bonds, § 4309. 

Chairman, § 4309-1. 
Clerk, § 4309-2. 
Division of roads into sections, § 

4324. 
Duties and powers, § 4309-4. 
Expenditures not to exceed amount 

apportioned, § 4322. 
Government by, § 4307. 
Meetings with supervisor, § 4310. 
Pay, § 4310. 

Reports by officers of fees and sal- 
aries, § 4314. 
Failure, penalty, § 4315. 
Salary. 

Method of paying, § 4323. 
Terms, § 4309. 

Use of convict labor of other coun- 
ties, provisions inapplicable, §§ 
3838, 3839. 
Vacancy, § 4309. 
Voters, § 4309-1. 

County court, provisions as to inappli- 
cable, § 101. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY (Cont'd) 
County officers, report to county 
board of commissioners of fees and 
salaries, §§ 4314, 4315. 
County supervisor. 
Bond, § 4308. 
Clerk. 
Monthly statements, § 4311. 
Duties and powers, § 4308. 
Election, § 4308. 
Government by, § 4307. 
Hiring or exchanging convicts with 
other counties, provisions inappli- 
cable, §§ 3838, 3839. 
Incumbent to hold until election of 

successor, § 4308. 
Inspection of roads, § 4313. 
Inspects and reports on highway, § 

4309-7. 
Member of sinking fund commission, 

§ 4346. 
Salary, § 4308. 

Method of paying. § 4323. 
Supervision of road maintenance 
contracts, § 4327. 
County treasurer. 
Member of sinking fund commission. 

§ 4346. 
Publication of annual report at pub- 
lic expense prohibited, § 2781. 
Destitute school children, books and 

equipment, § 5583-2. 
Dogs. 
Having rabies or injuring stock, kill- 
ing of, § 3426. 
Dog tax. 

Disposition of proceeds, § 3426. 
Drainage districts and improvements, 

inapplicable, § 6096. 
Drays, license tax for hauling for hire, 

§ 4350. 
Elections, voting precincts, § 2296. 
Fires. 
Forest Fire Control Organization 
Act, § 4320. 
Forestry. 
Forest Fire Control Organization 
Act, § 4320. 
Game and game laws, §§ 1792 to 1792- 

1, 1810. 
General sessions, terms, § 56. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(21). 
Hauling for hire. 
Absence of license, penalty. § 4350. 
Defined, § 4350. 
License, § 4350. 

Minimum period, § 4350. 
License tax, § 4350. 
Disposition of proceeds, § 4350. 
Drays excepted, § 4350. 



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FAIRFIELD COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Hawkers and peddlers. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-1. 
Highways. 
Bids for maintenance, § 4325. 
Commutation road tax, § 4316. 
Division into sections, § 4324. 
Inspection and report by supervisor, 

§ 4309-7. 
Maintenance. 
Bids for, § 4325. 
Contracts, § 4328. 
County supervisor to control, § 

4327. 
Duration, § 4326. 
Road districts, § 4309-8. 
Road work. 

Contracts for, § 4331. 

Approval, § 4332. 
Hired labor, § 4331. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(21), 
5934. 
Hospitalization. 

Needy persons, § 4321. 
Inquests, jury, fees and mileage, inap- 
plicable, § 1070. 
Libraries. 
Fairfield county library commission, 
§ 5586. 
License tax. 
Hauling for hire, § 4350. 
Absence of license, penalty, § 4350. 
Amount, § 4350. 
Disposition of proceeds, § 4350. 
Drays excepted, § 4350. 
Minimum period, § 4350. 
Lyles Ford tri-county power author- 
ity, §§ 8555-141 to 8555-148. 
See Lyles Ford Tri-County Power 
Authority. 
Magistrate, Winnsboro Mills, § 3764. 
Marriage license, fee of probate judge, 

§ 8558. 
Monticello high school district, § 5585. 
Needy persons. 

Hospitalization, § 4321. 
Overseers, employment and compen- 
sation, S 4322. 
Parks and recreational centers. 

Bethel park commission, § 9318. 
Pensions, confederate veterans, § 4988- 

(1). 
Probate judge, marriage license, fee, § 

8558. 
Public libraries. 
Fairfield county library commission, 
§ 5586. 
Quail, open season, § 1781(5). 

Register of mesne conveyances. 

Fee for recording certain mortgages 
on crops and personalty, § 3639-2. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Road duty, exemptions, inapplicable, 

§ 5861. 
Road funds. 

Composition, § 4319. 
Road tax, § 4316. 
Rural police. 
Bond, § 3797. 
Composition, § 3797. 
Duties, § 3797. 
Equipment, § 3797. 
Jurisdiction, § 3797. 
Oath, § 3797. 
Patrol of county, § 3797. 
Powers, S 3797. 
Qualifications, § 3797. 
Salary, § 3797. 
Term, § 3797. 
Rural police commission, appointment, 

powers, etc., § 3797. 
School districts. 

Bonds, limitation, § 5333. 
Consolidation of Nos. 5 and 20, § 

5584-1. 
Limitation as to area. Const. '95, art. 
11, § 5. 
Schools. 
Books and equipment for destitute 

pupils, § 5583-2. 
Free textbooks, § 5583-1. 
Necessaries for certain school chil- 
dren, § 5583-2. 
Reduction of school levies, § 5583. 
School trustees. 
Books and equipment for destitute 

children, § 5583-2. 
Districts Nos. 5 and 20, § 5584-1. 
District No. 11, § 5584. 
Mitford school district No. 20. § 

5584-1. 
Monticello high school district, § 

5585. 
Stover school district No. 26. § 5584- 
2. 
Selling equipment or materials, § 4309- 

5. 
Services, § 4309-5. 
Sinking fund commission, personnel, 

§ 4346. 
Soft surface road, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(21). 
Special road tax in townships, §§ 4347- 

4349. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(21), 

5934. 
Streams. 
Duty of landowner to clean out, in- 
applicable, § 1217. 
Obstruction, inapplicable, § 1217. 
Running streams, obstructing, § 1214. 



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FAIRFIELD COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Superintendent of education, books 
and equipment for destitute pupils, 
§ 5583-2. 
Supplies, § 4309-5. 
Taxes. 
Collection by county treasurer, in- 
applicable, § 2773. 
Exemption of manufactories, § 2858; 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Exemptions, § 2858. 
Notifying taxpayers of taxes, § 2858- 

2. 
Payment in installments, § 2858-3. 
Placing address on tax return, § 

2858-1. 
Reduction of school levies, § 5583. 
Special road tax in townships, §§ 

4347-4349. 
Tax commissioner, § 2858-4. 
Township highway bonds, § 4337. 
Teams hauling for hire, license tax, § 

4350. 
Township engineer, employment and 

duties, § 4343. 
Township highway bonds, § 4333. 
Custody and disbursement of pro- 
ceeds, § 4338. 
Election, § 4335. 
Expenditure of proceeds, § 4334. 



Form, 



4336. 



Interest, § 4333. 
Petition for election, § 4333. 
Sale of, § 4335. 
Sinking fund, § 4337. 
Tax levy, § 4337. 
Terms, § 4333. 
Township highway commission. 
Annual report, § 4344. 
Bonds, § 4339. 
Borrowing money, § 4349. 
Composition, § 4339. 
Condemnation for road purposes, § 

4341. 
Disbursements, § 4345. 
Duties, § 4341. 
Engineer, § 4343. 
Joint commission, § 4340. 
Maintenance of improved roads, § 

4342. 
Records open to inspection, § 4344. 
Road contracts, § 4341. 
Tax levy for road purposes, § 4342. 
Term, § 4339. 
Townships. 
Special road tax. 

Borrowing in anticipation of, § 
4349. 

Collection, § 4348. 

Disbursement, § 4349. 

Elections, procedure, § 4347. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 



FAIR GROUNDS 

Tax exemption, § 2578(23). 

FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT. 
Labor. 
Cooperation, § 3253-17. 

FAIRS 

County fair associations, tax exemp- 
tion, § 2578(35). 

County fairs. 

Educational exhibits, § 3247. 
Demonstrators provided, § 3248. 
Expenditure of funds. § 3249. 

Exhibition of circuses or tent shows 
within five miles, § 6332. 

Exhibition of fireworks, permits, § 
1316. 

Fines, magistrates to turn fines over 
to, § 951. 

Grounds, tax exempt, § 2578(23). 

Legal holiday, Thursday of fair week, 
§ 7051. 

FAIR TRADE ACT 

Brands. 

Sale or resale of commodities bear- 
ing brands, § 6639. 
Contracts exempted, § 6639. 
Definitions, § 6639. 
Electrical transcription. 

Royalties on, S 6641. 
Invalidity, § 6639. 
Phonographs. 

Royalties on records, § 6641. 
Records. 

Royalties on phonograph records, § 
6641. 

Short title, § 6639. 
Trade-marks. 

Resale of commodity bearing trade- 
mark, § 6639. 
Unfair competition, § 6639. 
Wholesale and retail establishments. 

Definitions, § 6640. 

Exemptions, § 6G40. 

Invalidity, § 6640. 

Meeting competition, § 6640. 

Penalties, § 6640. 

Wholesaler not sell at retail as low 
as at wholesale, § 6640. 

Wholesaler not sell lower at retail 
than at wholesale, § 6640. 

FALSE IMPRISONMENT 

Costs, § 756. 

Limitation on, S 756. 
Limitation of actions, § 390. 
Magistrates, jurisdiction, § 264. 

FALSE LETTERS 

Obtaining goods by means of, § 1170. 



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FALSE PERSONATION 

Officers, punishment, § 1173. 

FALSE PRETENSES 

See Fraud. 
Bad checks, § 1167. 

Jurisdiction, § 1737. 
Magistrates, jurisdiction, § 928. 
Obtaining property by, § 1171. 

Penalty when value not exceeding 
$20, § 1737. 
Swindling, § 1746. 

FALSE REPRESENYATIONS 

Procuring board and lodging by false 
representations, § 1220. 

FALSE STATEMENT 

See Libel and Slander. 
Circulating concerning bank, § 7874-3. 

FALSE SWEARING 

See Perjury. 

FALSE TOKEN 

Obtaining goods under, § 1170. 

FAMILY 

Failure to support, §§ 1123, 1124. 

FARM PRODUCTS 

Sec Exports and Marketing and the 
particular products. 
Brands, labels, etc., rules and regula- 
tions governing, § 6665. 
Division of markets, establishment of 

standard containers and grades, § 

6665. 
Marketing, division of markets, duties, 

§ 6664. 
Municipal regulations, § 7241. 
Public weighers, §§ 6461(1) - 6461(4). 
Standard containers and grades, § 

6662. 

Appeals from classification, § 6668. 

Conforming to, necessity of, § 6666. 

Construction of article, § 6672. 

Division of markets charged with 
execution, § 6663. 

Establishment, § 6665. 

Inspections, § 6667. 

Partial invalidity of article, § 6672. 

Penalties, S 6671. 

Rules and regulations, § 6669. 

Violations, § 6670. 
Standard weights and measures, § 

6645. 
State rural electrification authority to 

furnish services to preserve, §§ 

8555-83 to 8555-88. 
See Rural Electrification. 



FARMERS 

Appropriations, prizes for farmers, ex- 
penditures, § 3197. 

FARMS 

Purchase or lease for penitentiary, § 
1966. 

FATHER 

See Parent and Child. 

FEDERAL COURTS 

Judgment, docketing of transcript in 

any county, § 664. 
Removal of causes to, Cir. Ct. rule 74. 
Rules of Practice in the District 
Courts of the United States for the 
Eastern and Western Districts. 
See separate index in volume I, 
pages 1231-1236. 

FEDERAL FARM LOAN BONDS 

Investment in by banks, executors, 

trustees, etc., § 9049. 
Tax exemption, § 2578(33). 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 

See United States. 

FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK, §§ 

7876-9 to 7876-18. 
See Building and Loan and Saving 
and Loan Associations. 

FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN AS- 
SOCIATIONS, §§ 7876-9 to 7876-18. 
See Building and Loan and Saving 
and Loan Associations. 

FEDERAL TAX LFENS 

Registration act, § 2576. 

FEEBLE MINDED 

See State Training School. 

FEEDING STUFF 

See Concentrated Commercial Feed- 
ing Stuffs. 

FEEDSTUFFS 

See Condimental Feedstuffs. 

FEES 

See Costs, and the titles of the vari- 
ous courts, officers, etc. 
See, also, the particular counties. 
Clerks of court. 
See Clerks of Courts, and the par- 
ticular counties. 
Constables. 
See Constables and the particular 
counties. 
Counties, court fees, payment, § 3860. 
Fees required to be paid by, § 3859. 



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FEES (Cont'd) 
County officers. 

See the various county officers and 
the particular counties. 
Criminal cases, payment by county, 

when. § 3870. 
Excessive fees, penalty, § 4921. 
Foreign corporations, filing, fees, § 

7765. 
Jurors. 
See Jury and Jurors, and the par- 
ticular courts. 
Limitations, § 4920. 

Counties over 85,000, § 396-1. 
Magistrates. 
See Magistrates, and the particular 
counties. 
Masters. 
See Masters, and the particular 
counties. 
Penalty for excessive fees, § 4921. 
Physicians and surgeons, § 4958. 
Probate judges. 
See Probate Judges, and the parti- 
cular counties. 
Prosecuting officers, prohibited from 

accepting, § 3123. 
References, § 4940. 
Register of mesne conveyances. 
See Register of Mesne Conveyances, 
and the particular counties. 
Service of process, § 433. 
Sheriffs. 
See Sheriffs, and the particular 
counties. 
Supplementary proceedings, § 754. 
Witnesses. 

See Witnesses, and the particular 
courts. 

FEIGNED ISSUES 
Prohibited, § 355. 

FELLOW SERVANTS 

See Master and Servant. 
Injuries from negligence of. Const. 
"95. art. 9, § 15. 

FELONIES 

See, also, the specific titles. 

Arrest. § 908. 
Felony committed in view, § 907. 

Bail, admission to, § 1048. 

Discharge on failure to bring to trial, 
§ 1048. 

Habeas corpus, magistrates without 
jurisdiction, § 1060. 

Indictment in next term after com- 
mitment, § 1048. 

On high seas, power of congress to 
define and punish, Const. U. S. art. 
1, § 8. 

Plea to indictment, Cir. Ct. rule 35. 



FELONIES (Cont'd) 
Punishment, when not specially pro- 
vided for, § 1034. 
Suspended sentence, inapplicable, § 
1039. 

FELONS 

Property to descend to representa- 
tives, § 8859. 

FEMALES 

See Husband and Wife; State Indus- 
trial School for Girls. 

Abduction of female under 16, §§ 1432, 
1433. 

Age of consent. Const. "95, art. 3, § 33. 

Arrest in civil actions, exempt from, § 
500. 

Arrest, restrictions, § 3523. 

Carnal knowledge of female under 
16, § nil. 

Dental hygienist; licensing of, § 5200. 

Disturbing schools attended by girls 
or women, punishment, § 1129. 

Employees in mercantile establish- 
ments. 

Hours of labor, § 7033-6. 
Seats, § 7032. 

Houses of correction for female con- 
victs, § 1959. 

Imputing want of chastity, damages, 
§ 8569. 

Marriage, age limit, § 8558. 

Right to vote, Const. U. S. amend. 19, 
§ 1. 

Seats for, in mercantile establish- 
ments, § 7032. 

Sexual intercourse. 
Inmate of state training school, § 

6269. 
Unmarried women under 14 cannot 
consent to. Const. '95, art. 3, § 33. 
Woman under 16, § 1111. 

State librarian. Const. '95, art. 17, § 1. 

Under 16, deflowering or contracting 
marriage with, § 1433. 

FENCES 

Jail or court house ground, erection 

on prohibited, § 1957. 
Malicious injury to, § 1184. 

Railroads, cattle guards, § 8435, 8436. 
Removal or destruction of fences, 

gates, etc., § 1222. 

FERRIES 

Aprons to be attached to flats, neglect, 
penalty, §§ 1684, 6050. 

Baggage, bicycles and baby carriages, 
§ 8412. 

Banks to be kept in good order, neg- 
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FERRIES (Cont'd) 
Charters. 

Application, § 6043. 

County boards of commissioners 
may grant. § 6046. 

Form, § 6047. 

Granting, procedure, § 6043. 

Renewal, procedure, § 6043. 

Report to secretary of state, § 6046. 

Revocation, § 6044. 

Term, § 6043. 
Commissioners. 

Appointment, § 6074. 

Examination of work, § 6075. 

Oath, § 6076. 
Counties, liability for defective ferry, 

§ 5856. 
County boards of commissioners and 

county supervisors to control and 

supervise, § 5812. 
Daily operation, § 6048. 
Defective, action against county for 

injuries, § 5856. 
Delaying passengers, liability, § 6081. 
Detention or delay of passengers over 

one hour, penalty, § 1607. 
Disfranchising space, measurement of, 

§ 6054. 
Eminent domain, §§ 9186 to 9212. 

See Eminent Domain. 
Exemption from toll, 6052. 

Persons enumerated, § 6079. 
Fording, exemption from toll, § 6085. 
Fording of streams not to be obstruct- 
ed, §§ 1610, 6085. 
Free ferries. 

Holly's and Simpson's, Newberry 
county, § 5811. 

Hours open, § 5810. 
Free passage of militiamen, § 2930. 
Private ferries, exempt persons to 

pass free, § 6053. 
Public ferries, transportation day and 

night, § 6055. 
Public steam ferries, daily operation, 

§ 6048. 
Railings or guards, failure to provide, 

§ 1212. 
Rates, failure to post, penalty, § 1609. 
Reciprocity with Georgia as to chart- 
ers or franchises, § 2040. 
Separation of races, § 8396. 
Slips, repairs, § 6051. 
Temporary ferries by owner of de- 
stroyed bridge, § 6083. 
Tolls. 

Distress warrant on failure to pay, § 

6078. 

Exemptions, § 6079. 

Ferries chartered since December 1, 
1845, S 6053. 

Legal tender, § 6077. 



FERRIES (Cont'd) 
Tolls (Cont'd) 

Payment before passing gate, § 6077. 
Persons fording not to pay, § 6085. 
Posting conspicuously, § 6084. 
Rates, §S 6045, 6101. 
Lowering by county board of 
commissioners, § 6045. 
Remission in certain cases, § 6052. 
Transportation day and night, § 6055. 
Transporting within mile of, penalty, 
§ 1606. 

FERTILIZER 

See Commercial Fertilizers. 
Use of edible fish for, prohibited, § 
3399. 

FICTITIOUS NAME 

See Names. 

FIDELITY COMPANIES 

See Investment Companies. 

FIDUCIARIES 

Housing authorities. 

Investment in mortgages insured 
and debentures issued by adminis- 
trator, § 7838-2. 
Investments authorized, § 9051. 

Bonds of federal home loan bank, 
§ 9051-2, 

Bonds of Home Owners' Loan Cor- 
poration, § 9051-1. 

Federal farm loan bonds, § 9051. 

Shares in federal savings and loan 
associations, S 9051-2. 

Shares in state building and loan 
associations, § 9051-2. 

State highway certificates, § 5967. 

FIDUCIARY CORPORATIONS 

See Trust Companies. 

FIGHTING 

Assault or fighting because of wagers, 

§ 1745. 
Prize fighting, § 1393-1. 

FILING 

See Registration. 

FILLING STATIONS 

Bond, dealers in gasoline or substitu- 
tes, § 2506. 

Breaking into vessels or pumps con- 
taining kerosene, gasoline or oil, § 
1154-1. 

Chain store tax inapplicable to, § 2556. 

Deception in sale of liquid fuels, oils, 
etc., § 1323. 

Inspection of gasoline, etc., §§ 6575- 
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FILLING STATIONS (Cont'd) 

Licenses and license taxes, vol. 2, pp. 

1499-1501. 
License tax on gasoline or substitutes, 

§ 2505. 
Lubricating oil. 

Punishment for display of false sign, 
§ 1322(2). 

Sale of unbranded, § 1322(4). 

Sign, display of, § 1322(5). 

Substitution of, § 1322(1). 
Measures, inspection of, § 6650. 
Operation near school or church in 

Union county, § 1324. 
Procedure as to incorrect measures, §§ 

6651, 6652. 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

See State Finance Committee. 

FINES AND PENALTIES 

See Forfeitures; Sentence and 
Punishment. 

See also, the particular offenses. 
Accrual to use of state. Const. '95, art. 

17, § 11. 
Apportionment by judge, magistrate, 

etc., §1239. 
Attorney. 

Practicing without license, § 312. 

Speculating practice, § 324. 
Attorney general to sue for, § 3130. 
Burial of dead body before inquest, §§ 

1091, 1094. 
Carrying concealed weapons, disposi- 
tion of fines, § 1008. 
Clerk of circuit court, failure to pro- 
duce statutes at large, etc., Cir. Ct. 

rule 1. 
Clerk of court. 

Failure to deposit moneys, § 344. 
Failure to pay over, §§ 1519, 3723. 
Constables, Chester and Williamsburg 

counties, § 3793-5. 
Contempt, in pressence of court, § 339. 
Cruelty to animals, § 1602. 
Excessive fines prohibited. Const. U. 

S. amend. 8; Const. '95, art. 1, § 19. 
Failure to pay, sale of offender's 

estate, § 1042. 
Failure to pay over, §§ 1519, 3723. 
Fairs, magistrate to turn fines over to, 

§ 951. 
False schedules by debtor, § 857. 
Fraudulent conveyances, § 8698. 
Game and game laws. 

Wardens not to receive portion, § 
1766. 
Governor may remit, Const. '95, art. 4, 

§ 11. 
Habeas corpus. 

Officer neglecting duty, § 1061. 



FINES AND PENALTIES (Cont'd) 
Habeas corpus (Cont'd) 

Re-arrest of prisoner after discharge, 
§ 1059. 

Recovery of penalty, § 1062. 
Injunction, violation, § 578. 
Inquests, failure to execute warrant, § 

1068. 
Intoxicating liquors. 

Distribution, § 1853. 
Junk dealers, § 7140. 
Jurors. 

Inquests, failure to appear, § 1068. 

Magistrate or policy court, failure to 
appear, g 933. 

Municipal courts, § 953. 

Nonattendance, § 644. 
Limitation of actions, §§ 389, 390, 393. 
Magistrates. 

City of Charleston, jurisdiction to 
impose, § 3757(7). 

Disposition, § 3723. 

Fines turned over to fairs, § 951. 
Motor vehicles. 

Peace officers to receive no portion, 
§ 1639. 
Municipal court. 

City of Spartanburg, § 972-1. 

Mayors or intendants, §§ 952, 958. 
Perjury, disposition of fine, § 1399. 
Probate court, failure to obey sum- 
mons, § 250. 
Prosecutors, failure to appear, § 918. 
Quarantine, recovery, § 6726-7. 
Railroads. 

See Raih'oads. 
Receipts to be given by state officers, 

§ 2836. 
Sheriff. 

Inquests, failure to execute warrant, 
§ 1068. 

Recovery by sinking fund commis- 
sion, § 3551. 
Signing warrant for removal of pris- 
oners, § 1064. 
Solicitor to sue for, § 3130. 
Special officer appointed by magistrate 

to arrest, § 934. 
Usurpation of office, § 840. 
Venue, § 421. 
Witnesses, failure to attend, §§ 688, 

918. 
Workmen's compensation. 

Collection, § 7035-78. 

FIRE ALARM BOXES 

Destruction or interfering with, § 1164. 



FIREARMS 

See Weapons. 
Infants, sale, etc., to. 



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FIRE DEPARTMENT 

Alarm boxes, destruction of or inter- 
fering with, § 1164. 

Municipal corporations, cities and 
towns over 1,000, § 7439. 

FIRE DISTRICTS 

Unincorporated communities, §§ 8555- 
131 to 8555-140. 
See Rural Electrification. 

FIRE ENGINES 

Tax exemption, § 2578(11). 

FIRE ESCAPES 

Hotels, §§ 5100, 5101. 

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS 

Hotels, § 5099. 

FIRE INSURANCE 

See Insurance. 

FIREMEN 

See Municipal Corporations. 
Civil service commission. 
Cities between 25,000 and 55,000 § 

7546. 
Cities between 28,000 and 29,000, § 
7547. 
Free transportation on street railways, 

§§ 7068, 7637. 
Hours of labor in cities of 10,000 or 
more, § 7530. 
Violations, § 7530. 
Municipal corporations. 
Pension fund in cities from 20,000 to 

50,000, § 7658-1. 
Pension funds in cities between 
14,000 and 20,000, § 7531. 
Pension funds, cities over 20,000, §§ 
7532(1)-7532(16). 

FIREMEN'S INSURANCE AND IN- 
SPECTION FUND 

Board of trustees, composition, duties, 
etc., § 8028. 

Expenditures for betterment of fire de- 
partments, § 8028. 

FIREMEN'S PENSION FUND 

Cities over 20,C00, § 7532(1)-7532(16). 

FIRES 

See Arson. 

Alarm boxes, destruction or interfer- 
ence with, § 1164. 

Burning grass, brush, etc., §§ 1208, 
1208-1. 

Carrying fire over wooden bridges, 
penalty, § 6057. 



FIRES (Cont'd) 
Carrying lighted torches, etc.. on lands 

or buildings of another without per- 
mit, § 1181. 
Charleston county. 

Forest fire control organizatibn, § 
4077-2. 
Criminal carelessness, prosecutions, § 

7262. 
Darlington county. 

Forest fire control organization act, § 
4239. 
Dillon county. 

Forest Fire Control Organization 
Act, § 4268-2, 
Dorchester County. 

Forest Fire Control Organization 
Act, § 4297. 
Examinations by insurance commis- 
sioner. §§ 7998-8002. 
Fairfield County. 

Forest Fire Control Organization 
Act, § 4320. 
Greenville County. 

Forest Fire Control Organization 
Act, § 4449-3. 

Permit to start fires between Octo- 
ber 15 and May 15, § 4449-4. 
Hospitals, installation of fire alarm 

boxes, § 7386. 
Hunting deer with torches, § 1785. 
Insurance commissioner, search for 

property moved from building burn- 
ed, § 949. 
Municipal regulations. 

Cities over 5,000, §§ 7475-7527. 

Inspector of buildings, §§ 7259-7264. 
Negligence. 

Brush or grass, §§ 1208, 1208-1. 
Negligently firing grass, brush, etc., 

punishment, § 1208. 
Prisoners, removal in case of. § 1063. 
Public schools. 

Fire drills, § 5465. 

Installation of fire alarm boxes, § 
7386. 

Instruction in fire prevention, § 5464. 
Railroads, liability for damages, § 8362. 
School buildings, safety requirements 

against fires, etc., §§ 5445-5463. 
State institutions. 

Purchase of sprinkler systems, § 
3079-2. 
Unincorporated communities. 

Fire protection districts, § 8555-131 
to 8555-140. 

See Rural Electrification. 
Williamsburg county. 

Forest fire control, § 4893-4. 



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FIREWORKS, § 1316 

Exhibitions, permits for, § 1316. 

Licenses and license taxes. 
Counties with cities over 60,000, § 
1317. 

Punishment for violating regulations, 
§ 1316. 

Sale of balloons, roman candles, pistol, 
cane, etc., prohibited, § 1316. 

Sale of torpedoes, fire crackers, etc., 
prohibited, § 1316. 

Sale, storage and shipment, § 1316. 

Sale to children regulated, § 1316. 

Shipment, I. C. C. regulations appli- 
cable, § 1316. 

Theatres, use of in, prohibited, § 1316. 

FISCAL YEAR, § 3081-1. 
Commencement of. Const. '95, art. 10, 
§ 10. 

FISH DAM TOWNSHIP 

Bonded debt, constitutional limita- 
tions, inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 8, 
§ 7. 

FISH, OYSTERS, ETC. 

Abbeville county, §§ 1790 to 1790-5. 
Anderson county, §§ 1790 to 1790-5, 

1797. 
Artificial bait. 

License, § 1767. 
Artificial ponds, trespassing on, § 

1771-1. 
Banks of navigable streams. 

Permission to fish from, § 1770-5. 
Black bass, minimum size, § 3406. 
Blue fish, minimum size, § 3406. , 
Board of fisheries. 
Appointment by Governor, §§ 3094, 

3304. 
Appropriation, expenditure, § 3203. 
Bond of secretary, § 3320. 
Chairman, § 3304. 
Bond, § 3306. 

Custodian of funds, § 3306. 
Duties, § 3312. 
Clam beds, control and leasing of 

state owned, § 3414. 
Collection of revenue, § 3315. 
Compensation, § 3311. 
Composition, § 3304. 
Copies of rules and fishery laws fur- 
nished to licensee, § 3384. 
Experimental propagation of shell 

fish, § 3309. 
Inspection of shell fish beds, etc., § 

3393. 
Jurisdiction, § 3301. 
Launches, purchase and mainten- 
ance, § 3323. 
Meetings, § 3307. 



FISH, OYSTERS, ETC. (Cont'd) 
Board of fisheries (Cont'd) 
Oath of secretary, § 3220. 
Planting beds of shell fish, § 3352. 
Prosecution of violations, § 3315. 
Purchase of shells for replanting, § 

3353. 
Records, § 3313. 
Removal of members, § 3314. 
Reports. 
By canneries, § 3362. 
By inspectors, § 3327. 
Rules and regulations, §§ 3310, 3365. 
Supervision of storing and shipping 

of shell fish, § 3393. 
Term, § 3305. 
Boats for taking shell fish, license tax, 

§ 3375. 
Bond. 
Assistant inspectors, § 3320. 
Chairman of board of fisheries, § 

3306. 
Chief inspector, § 3318. 
Deputy inspectors, § 3320. 
Bottoms. 
Deemed oyster beds, § 3329. 
Definition, § 3299. 
Exclusion of public. 
Penalty, § 3331. 
Restrictions, § 3330. 
Inspection by board of fisheries, § 

3393. 
Leasing of, §§ 3332, 3337-3349. 
Planting of oyster shells by canner- 
ies, § 3356. 
Private ownership prohibited, § 3329. 
Canneries. 
Distribution of oyster shells, § 3356. 
Duplicate bills of lading, § 3362. 
Lease of bottoms, § 3363. 
Records and reports, § 3362. 
Time of operation, § 3361. 
Carp, no closed season, § 1769-3. 
Casting rod. 

License, § 1767. 
Catfish, no closed season, § 1769-3. 
Charleston county, § 1800. 
Oyster farms, § 3421-1. 
Sanctuaries for marine life, § 3421-2. 
Cherokee county, §§ 1801-1 to 1801-2. 
Chester county, § 1802. 
Chief game warden. 
Declaration of closed season in clear 

water streams, § 1769-1. 
Distribution of fish raised in hatch- 
eries, § 1812. 
Duties, salary, etc., § 1751. 
Clams. 
Entry on lands of another to gather, 

§ 1192. 
Gathering from public grounds, § 
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FISH, OYSTERS, ETC. (Cont'd) 
Clams (Cont'd) 

Licenses, buying and shipping, § 
3408. 

Minimum size, § 3364. 

Subject of larceny, § 3420. 
Classification, § 1757. 
Clear water streams, § 1775. 

Chief game warden may declare 
closed season, § 1769-1. 
Closed season. 

Chief game warden may declare in 
clear water streams, § 1769-1. 

Non-food fish, § 3413(4). 

Shipment, etc., of game fish, - 1773-3. 

Taking oysters and clams, § 3351. 
Colleton county, § 1805. 
Commercial fisheries, license, § 3408. 
Commission. 

State game and fish commission, § 
1755. 
Common fishing grounds, § 3300. 
Confiscation of pound or gill nets not 

marked, § 3405. 
County treasurers, duties, § 3373. 
Crabs. 

Eight pounds of crab meat con- 
sidered one gallon, § 3418. 

Female crabs bearing eggs, § 3417. 
Croakers, minimum size, § 3406. 
Crustacean defined, § 3299. 
Dams. 

Fish traps. 
Near dams on navigable streams 

prohibited, § 1772-11. 
Use of nets, etc., near prohibited, § 
1772-11. 

Fish ways in, §§ 1770-2, 1772-6. 
Darlington county, §§ 1806-1 to 1806-2. 
Definitions, § 3299. 
Dillon county, S§ 1807-1, 1807-2. 
Distribution of fish raised in hatchery, 

§ 1812. 
Dorchester county, § 1808. 
Dredges. 

Minimum depth for use, § 3354. 
Edgefield county, § 1809. 
Enforcement of laws by sheriffs, etc., 

§ 1765. 
Entry on hands of another to gather 

clams, oysters, etc., § 1192. 
Explosives, taking fish by use of, § 

1770. 
Fertilizer, use of edible fish for pro- 
hibited, § 3399. 
Fines and forfeitures, disposition of, §§ 

1780-3, 1770-7. 
Fish defined, § 3299. 
Fisheries, defined, § 3299. 
Fish hatcheries. 

Acquisition of land for, § 1774-2. 

Distribution of fish, § 1812. 



FISH, OYSTERS, ETC. (Cont'd) 
Fish sluices. 
Designation, S 1772-8. 
Exceptions, § 1772-10. 
Obstructing, § 1772-8. 
Yearly designation, § 1772-9. 
Fish traps. 
Near dams on navigable streams, 

prohibited, § 1772-11. 
Obstructing navigation, § 1773. 
Stealing from § 1773-1. 
Fishways. 

Construction, § 1772-6. 
In dams, § 1770-2. 
Flounders, minimum size, § 3406. 
Fly rod. 

License, § 1767. 
Game fish. 
Catching, § 1768. 
Other than with single line out- 
side of beds, forbidden, § 1768. 
Enumeration, § 1757. 
License to fish in fresh water with 
fly rod, casting rod, artificial bait, 
etc., § 1767. 
Owners of private ponds, § 1773-4. 
Pegging or tickling forbidden, § 1768. 
Penalty for unlawful use of traps, § 

1769-4. 
Returned when taken with nets, § 

1770-6. 
Sale during April, May and June, 

prohibited, § 1773-3. 
Sale or traffic in, § 1773-2. 
Sanctuaries, § 1774-1. 
Seines, nets, traps, etc., § 1769. 
Shipment, etc., § 1773-3. 
Shipping or carrying out of state, 

§ 1773-5. 
Tickling, pegging, etc., prohibited, § 
1768. 
Game protection fund, fines and for- 
feitures deposited to credit of, §§ 
1770-2, 1780-3. 
Game wardens. 
Appointment, salary, etc., § 1752. 
Chief game warden, duties, salary, 

etc., § 1751. 
Duties, § 1753. 
Gill nets, confiscation if not marked, § 

3405. 
Greenville county, §§ 1789 to 1789-9. 
Greenwood county, §S 1790 to 1790-5. 
Hatcheries. 

Acquiescence of land, § 1774. 
Chief game warden may acquire 

land for, § 1774-2. 
Distribution of fish, § 1812. 
Establishment, § 1774. 
Hickory shad, minimum size, § 3406. 
Hook and line, catcliing with, § 1768. 



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FISH, OYSTERS, ETC. (Cont'd) 
Injury to signs, buoys, etc., penalty, § 

3358. 
Inspection of beds and shucking 

plants, § 3393. 
Inspectors. 
Appointment. § 3316. 
Arrest of violators, § 3322. 
Assistant inspectors. 

Accounting for equipment, § 3325. 
Appointment. § 3316. 
Duties, § 3324. 
Reports, § 3327. 
Authority, § 3328. 
Badges, § 3321. 
Chief inspector. 
Appointment, § 3316. 
Bond, § 3318. 
Custodian of boats, equipment, etc., 

§ 3323. 
Ex-officio clerk of board of fish- 
eries, § 3326. 
Oath, § 3318. 
Qualifications, § 3317. 
Reports, § 3326. 
Residence, § 3318. 
Salary, § 3318. 
Term, § 3318. 
Deputy inspectors. 
Accounting for equipment, § 3325. 
Appointment, § 3316. 
Oath, § 3320. 
Reports, § 3327. 
Duties, § 3322. 
Uniforms, § 3321. 
Intracoastal waterway to Savannah 
River, Ashley River and Shipyard 
River, §§ 6031 to 6031-9. 
See Waters, Watercourses and Cuts. 
Lake Murray. 
Laws regulating fishing in clear 
water streams applicable, § 1775-1. 
Larceny. 
Oysters, penalty, § 3357. 
Shell fish on leased bottoms, § 3341. 
Launches, purchase and maintenance, 
§ 3323. 

Laurens county, §§ 1790 to 1790-5. 
Leases of bottoms. 

Application. 
Deposit, § 3337. 
Notice, § 3338. 
Plats, § 3337. 

Cancellation of record, § 3349. 

Canneries, § 3363. 

Descent and transfer, § 3359. 

Execution, § 3339. 

Gathering of seed oj'sters for plant- 
ing, § 3344. 

Marking, § 3347. 

Objections, hearings, § 3338. 



FISH, OYSTERS, ETC. (Cont'd) 
Leases of bottoms (Cont'd) 
Planting requirements, § 3343. 
Preference to owners of high lands, 

§ 3342. 
Raw shucking plants, § 3363. 
Recording of lease, § 3348. 
Rentals. § 3340. 

Forfeitures for non-payment, § 
3346. 

Payment in advance, § 3346. 
Shell fish, subject of larceny, § 3341. 
To individuals, § 3332. 
Transfer, § 3345. 
Unauthorized erection of signs, § 

3360. 
Licenses and license taxes. 
Amount, § 3376. 
Appliances, § 3379. 
Application. 

Non-food fish, § 3413(5). 

Shell fish for market, § 3378. 
Boats for taking shell fish, § 3375. 
Clams, buying and shipping, § 3408. 
Commercial fisheries, § 3408. 
Fishing. 

For market, §§ 3376, 3380. 

For personal use, exempt, § 3377. 
Fishing appliances, § 3379. 
Fishing with fly rod, casting rod, 

artificial bait, etc., § 1767. 
Furnished with copies of laws, regu- 
lations, etc., § 3384. 
Non-food fish, § 3413(3). 
Nonresident, § 1767-1. 
Shad. 

Buying and shipping, § 3382. 

Citizens only, § 3391. 
Shrimp or prawn, buying or ship- 
ping, § 3409. 
Sturgeon. 

Citizens only, § 3391. 

Shipping, § 3381. 
Sturgeon nets, § 3381. 
Taking shell fish for market, §§ 3375, 

3378. 
Terrapin dealers, § 3394. 

Amount, § 3395. 
Terrapin farms. § 3408. 
Limit of catch of speckled trout, § 

1769-2. 
McCormick county, §§ 1790 to 1790-5, 

1819. 
Mackerel, minimum size, § 3406. 
Marion county, § 1820-1. 
Migratory fish, § 1770-1. 
Mullets, minimum size, § 3406. 
Nets, seines, etc. 
Close time, § 1772-5. 
Dams, use near prohibited, § 1772-11. 
Game fish to be returned, § 1770-6. 
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FISH, OYSTERS, ETC. (Confd) 
Nets and seins (Cont'd) 
Gill nets (Confd) 

Confiscation if not marked, § 3405. 
Restrictions on, § 1769. 
Lakes, S 1772. 
Minimum mesh, § 3400. 
Non-food fish, S 3413. 
Not to extend more than half way 

across stream, § 1772. 
Obstruction of waters, § 1772-5. 
Pound nets, confiscation if not 

marked, § 3405. 
Purse nets or seines, prohibited use, 

§ 3401. 
Savannah river. 
Use, near city of Augusta, prohib- 
ited, § 1772-1. 
Use on South Carolina side pro- 
hibited, § 1772-2. 
Seizure and sale, § 1772-5. 

Shad, § 3386. 
Shad and sturgeon nets left on 
stream after close of season, § 
3419. 
Size, non-food fish, § 3413(1). 
Sturgeon, § 3381. 
Winyah Bay. 
Shad and sturgeon, § 3421-3. 
Newberry county, §§ 1790 to 1790-5, 

1822-1. 
Non-food fish. 
Catching with nets or seines per- 
mitted, § 3413(1). 
Closed season, § 3413(4). 
Labeling, § 3413(3). 
Licenses, § 3413(3). 

Application, § 3413(5). 
Manufacture into fertilizer, § 3413(2). 
Violations, § 3413(6). 
Non-migratory fish, § 1770-1. 
Nonresident. 

Fishing license, § 1767-1. 
Obstructing navigation by fish traps, 

§ 1773. 
Obstruction of waters, § 1772-5. 
Oconee county, §§ 1789 to 1789-9. 
Oyster beds. 
Charleston county farm, § 3421-1. 
Inspection, § 3393. 
Leases heritable and transferable, § 

3359. 
Leasing bottoms, § 3332. 
Marking of bottoms by lessees, § 

3347. 
Private ownership or control, § 3329. 
Vested rights not affected, § 3303. 
Oysters. 
Entry on land of another to gather, 

§ 1192. 
Gathering for private use, § 3330. 
Larceny, § 3357. 



FISH, OYSTERS, ETC. (Cont'd) 
Oysters (Cont'd) 
Leased bottoms, subject of larceny, § 

3341. 
Minimum size, 3364. 
Planting of Japanese seed oysters, § 

3515. 
Record of purchases, § 3388. 
Seed oysters, gathering by lessee of 

bottoms for planting, § 3344. 
Shucked. 
Purchase of. ij 3367. 
Tax stamps, S 3369. 
Shucking premises, etc., to be kept 

in sanitary condition, § 3368. 
Standard measures, § 3370. 

Violations, § 3371. 
Subject of larceny, § 3420. 
Oysters, clams, etc. 

Boats for taking, license tax, § 3375. 
Certificate by persons handling, § 

3393. 
Closed season, § 3351. 
Gathering on public grounds, § 3350. 
Packages, size and stamps. § 3372. 
Planting of beds, § 3352. 
Record of purchases, § 3388. 
Records by purchasers, § 3388. 
Shucking regulations, § 3366. 
Pegging game fish forbidden, § 1768. 
Penalties. 
Fishing in clear water streams de- 
clared closed by chief game war- 
den, § 1769-1. 
Injuries to signs, buoys, etc., § 3358. 
Removal of shell fish from state in 

shell, § 3355. 
Violations not otherwise provided 
for, § 3407. 
Person defined, S 3299. 
Pickens county, §§ 1789 to 1789-9. 
Pollution or poisoning of waters, §§ 

1769-5, 1770, 1772-7. 
Pompano, minimum size, § 3406. 
Pound nets, confiscation if not marked, 

S 3405. 
Private ponds. 

Fishing without permission, § 1770-5. 
Owners may catch fish for propaga- 
tion purposes, § 1771. 
Owners may draw same and dispose 
of fish caught, § 1773-4. 
Raw shucking plants. 
Inspection, § 3393. 
Leases of bottoms, § 3363. 
Planting of oyster shells on leased 

bottoms, § 3356. 
Time for operation, § 3361. 
Red drum, minimum size, § 3406. 
Revenues, deposit with state treasurer, 
§ 3383. 



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FISH, OYSTERS, ETC. (Cont'd) 
Richland county, § 1818-1. 
Rivers, fish sluices in, § 1772-8. 
Rules and regulations. 
Oyster shucking houses. Rule under 

§ 5002, §§ 1-22, pp. 135-137. 
Plants producing cooked crabmeat, 
lobster and shrimp. Rule under § 
5002, §§ I-IV, pp. 137-139. 
Shell fish. Rule under § 5002, §§ 1-11, 
pp. 134, 135. 
Sale of fish unlawfully taken, §§ 1763, 

1770-4. 
Saluda county, § 1818-1. 
Sanctuaries, § 1774-1. 
Savannah river. 
Nets, seines, etc. 
Use near city of Augusta, prohib- 
ited, § 1772-1. 
Use on South Carolina side prohib- 
ited, § 1772-2. 
Traps on South Carolina side, pro- 
hibited, § 1772-3. 
Violations, § 1772-4. 
Scoops, dredges, etc., minimum depth 

for use, § 3354. 
Sea turtles, § 3416. 
Seines, see within this title, "Nets, 

Seins, etc." 
Shad. 
Closed season, § 3385. 
Distribution of shad fry from An- 
drews hatchery, § 3421. 
License. 
Buying and shipping, § 3382. 
Citizens only, § 3391. 
Nets, § 3386. 
Left on stream after close of sea- 
son, § 3419. 
Within three mile limit from jetties 
of Winyah Bay, § 3421-3. 
Records by persons trading in, § 
3387. 

Sheep's head, minimum size, § 3406. 
See, also, this title, Oysters, Clams, 
etc. 
Defined, § 3299. 
Entry on lands of another to gather, 

§ 1192. 
Experimental propagation, § 3309. 
Shellfish. 
License to take shellfish for market, 
§ 3375. 

Shells, purchase by board of fisheries 

for replanting, § 3353. 
Shrimp or prawn. 

Closed season, § 3408. 

License for buying or shipping, § 

3409. 
Registration numbers on boats li- 
censed to trawl for shrimp, § 3414-1. 



FISH, OYSTERS, ETC. (Cont'd) 
Shrimp or prawn (Cont'd) 
Trawlers unloading, packing and 
stamping, § 3414. 
Spartanburg county, § 1824-21. 
Speckled trout. 
Catch limit, § 1769-2. 
Minimum size, § 3406. 
Spots, minimum size, § 3406. 
Stamp taxes. 
Shucked oysters, § 3369. 
Transportation of unstamped prod- 
ucts, penalty, § 3402. 
Standard barrel, fish, § 6645. 
Standard measurers for oysters, § 3370. 

Violations, § 3371. 
State and national defense. 

Fishing boats, § 1100-10. 
State, fish property of, § 1750. 
State game and fish commission, § 

1755. 
Stealing from fish traps, penalty, § 

1773-1. 
Streams, poisoning or pollution of, § 

1770. 
Sturgeon and caviar. 
Closed season, § 3389. 
Licenses. 
Citizens only, § 3391. 
Shipping and buying, § 3381. 
Minimum size, § 3406. 
Nets. 
Leaving nets on streams after close 

of season, § 3419. 
License, § 3381. 

Within three mile limit from jet- 
ties of Winyah Bay, § 3421-3. 
Record by persons trading in, § 3387. 
Records by persons catching and 

shipping, § 3390. 
Short nose sturgeon, open season, § 
3420-1. 
Taxes. 
Canning, shucking, etc., § 3374. 
Crabs, § 3374. 

Exporting oysters in shell, § 3355. 
Oysters, § 3374. 
Shad, § 3374. 
Shrimp, § 3374. 
Terrapin, § 3374. 
Terrapin. 
Closed season, § 3396. 
Dealers. 

License, § 3394. 
Amount, § 3395. 
Minimum size, § 3397. 
Possession, prima facie evidence of 

guilt, § 3398. 
Report by dealers, § 3396. 
Sea turtles, § 3416. 
Tax, § 3374. 
Violations, § 3392. 



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FISH, OYSTERS, ETC. (Cont'd) 
Terrapin farms, license, § 3408. 
Tickling game fish forbidden, § 1768. 
Transportation of unstamped products 

subject to tax, § 3402. 
Traps. 

Erection near dams prohibited, § 
1772-11. 

Obstruction of navigation by, § 1773. 

Penalty for unlawful use, § 1769-4. 

Restrictions on use, § 1769. 

South Carolina side of Savannah 
river, S 1772-3. 

Stealing fish from, § 1773-1. 
Trawling. 

Shrimp, §§ 3414, 3414-1. 
Trawling for shrimp prohibited, § 3410. 
Trespassing, § 1758. 

Penalty, § 1771-1. 
Trot lines, restrictions on use, § 1769. 
Trout, speckled or rainbow, catch limit 

of, § 1769-2. 
Turtles. 

Sea turtles, § 3416. 
United States fish commissioner and 
agents. 

Rights and privileges, § 1776. 

Scientific investigations, § 1776. 
Violations. 

Penalty, § 1764. 

Prosecution by board of fisheries, § 
3315. 
Violations not otherwise provided for, 

penalty, §§ 1764, 1770-3, 3407. 
Williamsburg county, §§ 1827 to 1827-1. 
Winyah Bay. 

Netting shad and sturgeon, § 3421-3. 
York county, § 1828-1. 

FISHING 

Entry on land of another, § 1191. 

FISHWAYS 

See Fish, Oysters, etc. 

FLAGS 

Desecration, punishment, § 2965. 
Schools and school districts. 

Display of United States flag, § 5705. 
State. 
Clemson College to manufacture and 

sell, § 5706. 
Display on state house, schools, etc., 
§ 5793. 

Expense, S 5703. 
Mutilation, etc., S 1273. 
State colleges and universities. 
Display of United States flag on 
grounds, § 5705. 
United States. 
Display on grounds of state support- 
ed educational institutions, § 5705. 



FLAGS (Cont'd) 
United States (Cont'd) 
Display on mother's day, § 5704. 
Mutilation, § 1274. 

Printing, painting, etc., of flag on 
merchandise, § 1274. 

FLAX SEED 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

FLORENCE, CITY OF 

Abutting property, assessment for 
street improvement. Const. '95, art. 
10, § 16. 
Airport, § 7675-26, 
Bonded debt, constitutional limitations, 

inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 
Civil court of Florence. 
See Florence County. 
Commission form of government. 
City attorney, § 7613. 
Civil service commission, inappli- 
cable, § 7606. 
Council. 

Composition and quorum, § 7603. 
Distribution of powers among de- 
partments, § 7605. 
Councilmen. 

Office hours, § 7604. 
Removal, recall election, § 7609. 
Salaries, § 7605. 
Vacancies, § 7599. 
Election. 

Recall of mayor or councilmen, § 
7609. 
Ordinances, petition, § 7610. 
Mayor. 
Office hours, § 7604. 
Salary, § 7605. 
Vacancy, § 7599. 
Ordinances, election on, petition, § 
7610. 
Juries, drawing, etc., for municipal 

police or recorder's court, § 7460. 
School district, amendment to consti- 
tution as to bonded debt. Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 5. 
Special board of assessors, § 2859-13. 
Taxation. 
Special board of assessors, § 2859-13. 
Returns, § 2603. 

FLORENCE COUNTY 

Abutting property, assessment for 

roads and highways. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 20. 
Apportionment of repi'esentatives, § 

2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Audit of public offices, § 4372. 
Boards of assessors, appointment, § 

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FLORENCE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Bonds. 

Peace officers, § 3797-7. 
Boundaries, § 2996. 
Church property, tax exemption, § 

2578(2). 
Circuit court, terms, § 62. 
Civil court of Florence. 

Appeals, §§ 115, 117. 

Appellate jurisdiction, § 115. 

Bailiffs, § 111. 

Board of jury commissioners, § 104. 

Clerk, § 109. 

Cost, deposit for prepayment, § 103. 

Establishment, § 102. 

Judge, §§ 106, 107. 

Judgments, § 109. 

Jurisdiction, § 102, 103. 

Jurors, §§ 104, 105. 
Compensation of, § 112. 

Pleading and practice, § 113. 

Records, § 109. 

Sessions, § 114. 

Sheriff, § 110. 

Stenographer, § 108. 

Terms, § 114. 

Transfer of causes, § 116. 

Witnesses, compensation of, § 112. 
Claims, § 4357. 
Clerk of court. 

Office hours, § 4361. 
Commissioners of health and drainage, 

county board of commissioners to act 

as, § 6156. 
Common pleas, terms, § 62. 
Commutation tax. 

Amount, § 4368. 

Collection, § 4369. 

Failure to pay, § 4370. 

Persons liable, § 4368. 

Residents of unincorporated cities or 
towns, § 4371. 

Time of payment, § 4369. 
Constables. 

Appointment and removal, § 3765(2). 

Bonds, § 3797-7. 

Compensation, § 3765(1). 

Location, § 3765(1). 

Number, salary, etc., § 3765(1). 

Worthless checks, fees, § 3718-1. 
Contracts. 

Purchase of supplies, § 4355. 
Cotton weighers. 

Amount charge on truck sold for 
maintenance of truck market, § 
6426. 

Compensation, § 6426. 
County auditor. 

Office hours, § 4361. 
County board of commissioners. 

Compensation, § 3821. 

Duties, liabilities, etc., § 3821. 



FLORENCE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
County board of commissioners 
(Cont'd) 

To act as commissioners of health and 
drainage, § 6156. 
County board of education, appoint- 
ment and composition, § 5316. 
County board of health. 

Appropriations, § 5056-5. 

Composition, § 5056-5. 

Health department, § 5056-5. 
Directors, § 5056-5. 

Reports to by health workers, § 
5056-5. 

Services to community enumerated, 
§ 5056-5. 

Terms, § 5056-5. 
County court, provisions as to inappli- 
cable, § 101. 
County manager. 

Approval of purchase of supplies, § 
4354. 

Duties, § 4354. 

Monthly reports, § 4358. 

Office, § 4359. 

Powers, § 4354. 

Removal, § 4353. 

Supervisor of governing board, § 
4360. 

Term, § 4353. 
County police. 

Appointment, duties, etc., § 3797-6. 

Service of warrants and process of 
magistrates, § 3797-6. 
County supervisor. 

Loans on credit of county, §§ 3881- 
3883. 
County treasurer. 

Compensation, § 4365. 

Fee for tax warrant, § 2859-1. 

Office hours, § 4361. 

Publication of annual report at pub- 
lic expense prohibited, § 2781. 

School funds, management of, § 5587. 
Deposit of public funds, § 2859-3. 
Dog tax, § 2624. 
Drainage, powers and duties of county 

board of commissioners, § 6156. 
Elections, voting precincts, § 2296. 
Fees. 

Masters, § 4941. 

Probate judge, § 4942. 

Worthless checks, § 3718-1. 
Florence Infirmary and Sanders Me- 
morial hospital; tax exemption, § 

2578(43), (44). 
Forfeited land commission, § 2859-2. 
Funds, deposit, security, § 2859-3. 
Furniture factories, tax exemption. 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
General sessions, terms, § 62. 
Governing board, § 4351. 

Clerk, § 4359. 



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FLORENCE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Governing board (Cont'd) 

Duties, § 4352. 

Manager under supervision, § 4360. 

Office hours, S 4361. 
Governing commission. 

Audit of public offices, § 4372. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(22). 
Hawkers and peddlers. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-6. 
Health, county board of, § 5056-5. 
Highways. 

Cutting of trees and use of soil near, 
§ 4366. 

Hauling timber over, regulated, § 
1668. 

State highway system, §§ 5926(22), 
5934. 

Telephone lines on, § 4367. 
Jurors. 

Pay of, § 632. 

Term of, § 625. 
Landlord and tenant. 

Parol contracts for use of real estate 
for agricultural purposes, § 8825-1. 
Libraries. 

Florence circulating library board, § 
5589-21. 
Magistrates, § 3765. 

Constables, appointment and remov- 
al, § 3765(2). 

Location, number, salary, etc., § 
3765(1). 

Receipts for fines and cost, § 3765(1). 

Worthless checks, fees, § 3718-1. 
Marriage license, fee of probate judge, 

§ 8558. 
Master. 

Appointment, § 3678. 

Fees. § 4941. 

Term, § 3678. 
Mill dams, removal by commissioner 

of health and drainage, § 6156. 
Offices, audit annually, § 4372. 
Paper mills, tax exemption, Const. "95, 

art. 8, § 8. 
Peace officers, bond, § 3797-7. 
Police commission, § 3797-6. 
Probate judge. 

Fees, § 4942. 

Marriage license, fee, § 8558. 

Office hours, § 4361. 
Public libraries. 

Florence circulating library board, § 
5589-21. 
Purchase of supplies. 

Approval by county manager, § 
4354. 

Contracts, § 4355. 
Referee, office abolished, § 3678. 
Rural police, § 3797-6. 



FLORENCE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Sale of real estate, S 4362. 
School districts. 
Funds, management of, § 5587. 
Limitations on divisions into, § 5319. 
Special tax, reduction or discontinu- 
ance, inapplicable, § 5332. 
Schools. 

Textbooks, § 5588. 
School trustees. 
Appointment, § 5589. 
Cartersville school district No. 38, § 

5589-13. 
Coward school district No. 39, § 

5589-14. 
District No. 19, number of trustees, 

§ 5589-7. 
Districts Nos. 21 and 47, § 5589-8. 
Ebenezer school district No. 13, § 

5589-4. 
Election, § 5589. 
Gaskin school district No. 50, § 

5589-15. 
Glendale school district No. 51, § 

5589-16. 
Hannah school district No. 18, § 

5589-6. 
Hyman school district No. 19, § 

5589-7. 
Johnsonville school district No. 55, 

§ 5589-17. 
Lake City school district No. 47, § 

5589-8. 
Mars Bluff school district No. 4, § 

5589-1. 
Oak Grove consolidated school dis- 
trict No. 22, § 5589-9. 
Olanta school district No. 21, § 

5589-8. 
Othello school district No. 27, § 

5589-10. 
Pamplico school district No. 19, § 

5589-1. 
Salem school district No. 8, § 5589-2. 
Sardis school district No. 12, § 5589-3. 
School district No. 35, § 5589-12. 
Scranton school district No. 49, § 

5589-10. 
Timmonsville district, § 5589-5. 
Vox school district No. 56, § 5589-18. 
Wayside school district No. 31, § 

5589-11. 
Service officer. 
Appointment and salary, § 2970-21. 
Assisting United States Veterans with 

claims, § 2970-21. 
Sheriff. 
Attendance at civil court of Flor- 
ence, § 110. 
Compensation, § 4365. 
Tax collection, duties devolved on 

tax collector, § 2859-1. 



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FLORENCE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
State highway system, §§ 5926(22), 

5934. 
Streams. 
Duty of landowner to clean out, in- 
applicable, § 1217. 
Obstruction, inapplicable, § 1217. 
Supplies. 
Advertising quarterly for bids, § 

4356. 
Approval of purchase, § 4354. 
Contracts, § 4355. 
Tax collector. 
Appointment, § 2859-1. 
Bond, § 2859-1. 
Compensation, § 4365. 
Fees, § 2859-1. 

Levy of tax executions, § 2859-1. 
Office hours, § 4361. 
Powers and duties, § 2859-1. 
Seizure and sale, § 2859-1. 
Settlements, § 2859-1. 
Term, § 2859-1. 
Taxes. 
Collection by county treasurer, inap- 
plicable, § 2773. 
Dogs, § 2624. 
Exemption, § 2859. 
Certain manufactories, § 2859; 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Church property, § 2578(2). 
Florence Infirmary and Sanders 
Memorial Hospital, § 2578(43) 
(44). 
Telephone lines on highways, § 4367. 
Timmonsville school district, § 5589-5. 
Tobacco factories, tax exemption, 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 
Water courses, drainage, § 6156. 
■Witnesses, fees, § 4964. 

FLORENCE INFIRMARY 

Tax exemption, § 2578(44). 

FLOUR 

Standard barrel, § 6645. 

FLOWERS 

Entry upon land of another to gather, 

penalty, § 1191. 
Preservation and maintenance along 

highways, 1649. 

FLOWER SEEDS, §§ 5806-71 to 5806-89. 
See Seeds. 

FOLLY ISLAND 

Charleston county. 
Township, § 4077-7. 

FOLLY ROADWAY COMPANY 

Incorporated, powers, etc., § 6086. 



FOOD 

See Concentrated Commercial Feed- 
ing Stuffs; Condimental Feed- 
stuffs. 
Adulterated or misbranded. 
Dealer producing guarantee not pros- 
ecuted, § 5128-27. 
Department of agriculture to en- 
force, § 5128-27. 
Examined articles, § 5125. 
Manufacture or sale, § 5128-27. 
State board of health to adopt meas- 
ures, § 5124. 
When deemed adulterated, § 5128. 
Coloring matter in substitutes for but- 
ter or cheese prohibited, §§ 5129-2 
to 5129-10. 
Commission for analysis, §§ 3274-3276. 
Cream on butter fat basis, purchasers 

to retain sample, § 5129. 
Diseased flesh, § 5806-32. 
Food defined, § 5127. 
Milk and milk products, §§ 5129 to 
5129-15. 
See Milk and Milk Products. 
Natural resources commission, use of 

label of, § 3272. 
Rules and regulations. Rule under § 
5128-27. 
State board of health, § 5124. 
Samples for analysis, § 5126. 
Standard weights and measures, § 

6645. 
Trade mark for. sale of, § 1249. 

FOOD GROWERS' ASSOCIATION OF 
SOUTH CAROLINA 

Capital stock, § 8153. 

Conformity with federal acts, § 8157. 

Department of agriculture, commerce 
and industries, preliminary organiza- 
tion under supervision of, § 8157. 

Directors, § 8155. 

Exemption from state, county and mu- 
nicipal taxes and license fees, § 8155. 

Expenses paid out of membership fees, 
§ 8156. 

Investment of net funds, § 8154. 

Membership, § 8152. 
Non-voting, § 8152. 
Voting, § 8152. 

Object, § 8151. 

Organization, § 8150. 

FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE 

Appraisal of condemned animals, § 

5806-38. 
Condeinnation of animals, § 5806-37. 
Funds for eradication, § 5806-40. 
Powers of state veterinarian, § 5806-36. 
Regulations in case of outbreak, § 

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FORCIBLE ENTRY AND DETAINER 

Disseizor, action against by party 
ousted, § 889. 

Entry, lawful and peaceable, § 885. 

Feoffments and discontinuance, void, 
when, § 888. 

Magistrates, jurisdiction, § 886. 

Persons in possession more than three 
years not affected, § 893. 

Possession, party ousted put in posses- 
sion, § 887. 

Proceedings, § 891. 

Restitution of possession, § 892. 

Tenants, restitution of possession, § 
892. 

Treble damages, § 890. 

FORDS 

Obstruction of, §§ 1610, 6085. 
Streams, person fording exempt from 
tolls, § 6085. 

FORECLOSURE 

See Mechanics Liens; Mortgages and 
Deeds of Trust. 

FOREIGN CORPORATIONS 

See Corporations; Insurance; etc. 
Attachment. 
Libel and slander, § 527-1. 

FOREIGN LAWS 

See Conflict of Laws. 

Admissibility of printed copies of for- 
eign statutes, codes, etc., § 716. 

Full faith and credit clauses. Const. U. 
S. art. 4, § 1. 

FORESTRY 

Aiken county, § 3931. 
County forest fire control organiza- 
tion act, § 3930. 
Allendale county. 
County forest fire control organiza- 
tion act, S 3955-1. 
Barnwell county. 
County forest fire control organiza- 
tion act, § 4019-2. 
Burning woods and fields negligently, 

§ 1208. 
Burning woods near turpentine farms, 

§ 1162. 
Charleston county. 

Disposition of funds from Francis 

Marion national forest, § 4077-3. 
Forest fire control organization, § 
4077-2. 
Colleton county. 
Forest fire control organization act, 
§ 4206. 
Commission. 
See State Commission of Forestry. 



FORESTRY (Cont'd) 
Darlington county. 
Forest fire control organization act, 
§ 4239. 
Dillon county. 
Fire Control Organization Act, § 
4269-2. 
Dorchester County. 
Forest Fire Control Organization 
Act, § 4297. 
Fairfield County. 
Forest Fire Control Organization 
Act, § 4320. 
Game and game laws. 
Land under control of commissioner 
of forestry, § 1761. 
Horry county. 
Forest fire control organization act, § 
4501. 
Kershaw county. 
Appropriation for forest fire control, 

§ 4529-5. 
County forest fire control organiza- 
tion act, § 4529-4. 
Lancaster county. 
Forest fire control organization act, 
§ 4569-3. 
Laurens county. 
Forest fire control organization act, 
§ 4581-1. 
Lexington county. 
Forest fire control organization act, 
§ 4597-6. 
Marion county. 
Forest fire control organization act, 
§ 4615. 
Marlboro county. 
Forest fire control organization act, 
§ 4636-1. 
Orangeburg county. 
Forest fire control organization act, 

§ 4723-3. 
Permits to start fire in woodlands 
under fire protection, § 4723-4. 
Pickens county. 
Forest fire control organization act, 
§ 4728-6. 
Richland county. 

Forest fire control organization, § 
4738-1. 
Seedlings, § 3283. 
Spartanburg county. 
Forest fire control organization act, 
§ 4781. 
State forester, § 3280. 
Sumter county. 
Forest fire control organization act, 
§ 4812. 
Taxes and taxation. 
Agreement for reforestation services 
in lieu of taxes, §§ 2788 to 2796. 
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FORESTRY (Cont'd) 
Transplants, § 3283. 
Williamsburg county. 
Forest fire control, § 4893-4. 

FORESTRY COMMISSION 

See State Commission of Forestry. 

FORFEITED LAND 

Duties of sheriffs as to, §§ 2164, 2165. 
Title to, renounced by state, § 2147. 

FORFEITED LAND COMMISSION 

See, also, the particular county. 
Beaufort county, § 2845-5. 
Calhoun county, § 2847-2. 
Charleston county. 

Not to sell interest in lands until 
city council offered right of pur- 
chasing, § 2848-2. 
Chester county. 

Payment of expenses of purchase and 
sale of lands forfeited for taxes, 
§ 2850-4. 
Clarendon county, § 2852-7. 

Redemption of lands sold to, § 2852-8. 
Clerk of court, member of, § 2167. 
Colleton county. 

Employment of agent to sell prop- 
erty, § 2853-1. 
Compensation, § 2171. 
County auditor, member of, § 2167. 
County treasurer, member of, § 2167. 
Darlington county, § 2854-4. 
Dillon county. 

Sale of real estate by, § 2855-6. 
Dorchester county, § 2856-2. 
Duties, § 2168. 
Fee of sheriff, § 2172. 
Florence county, § 2859-2. 
Georgetown county. 

Allocation of proceeds of sale, § 
2860-5. 
Greenwood county, § 2862-2. 
Lexington county. 

Revolving, § 2870-7. 
McCormick county. 

Selling lands acquired at tax sales, § 
2871-4. 

Marion county. 
Recording, § 2872-3. 

Marlboro county, § 2873-7. 
Municipal corporations, § 7267. 
Organization, § 217L 
Personnel, § 2167. 
Proceeds, § 2170. 
Quorum, § 2171. 

Register of mesne conveyances, mem- 
ber of, § 2167. 

Richland county, § 2878-3. 



FORFEITED LAND COMMISSION 

(Cont'd) 
Sales, § 2170. 
Suit to bar claims to property pur- 
chased at tax sales, § 2170-1. 
Suit to bar claims to property pur- 
chased at tax sales, § 2170-1. 
Sumter county, § 2881-3. 
Tax sales. 
Owners of land sold may sell portion 
on consent of forfeited land com- 
mission, § 2170-2. 
Sale and disposal by county forfeit- 
ed land commission of vacant lands 
and lands purchased, § 2175. 
Suit to bar claims to property pur- 
chased at tax sales, § 2170-1. 
Union county, § 2167. 

FORFEITURES 

See Bail and Recognizance; Fines 
and Penalties. 
Accrual to use of state. Const. '95, art. 

17, § 11. 
Boats, vessels, etc., used in mining 

phosphate without license, § 2229. 
Concealed weapons, § 1266. 
Conviction not to work forfeiture. 

Const. '95, art. 1, § 8. 
Corporations, actions by attorney gen- 
eral, § 841. 
Estate, forfeiture of, prohibited. Const. 

'95, art. 1, § 8. 
Ethyl alcohol, violation of provisions 

as to, §§ 1877, 1878. 
Explosives unlawfully transported, § 

8392. 
Governor may remit. Const. '95, art. 4, 

§ 11. 
Limitation of actions, §§ 389, 390. 
Nonpayment of taxes, renunciation by 

state of title by forfeiture, § 2147. 
Property, actions for feiture of prop- 
erty to state, § 846. 
Quarantine, recovery, § 6726-7. 
Recognizances, § 1235. 
Residence, temporary absence. Const. 

'95, art. 1, § 12. 
Rice containing fraudulent mixture, §§ 

6563-6564. 
State, action for feiture of property 

to, § 846. 
Treason, limitation. Const. U. S. art. 3, 

§ 3. 

FORGERY 

Bills of lading, § 7007. 

Cotton, warehousemen issuing dupli- 
cate receipts, § 6476. 

Definition, § 1211. 

Discharge from military and naval 
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FORGERY (Cont'd) 

Jurors, challenges to, § 1002. 
Negotiable instruments, effect of forged 

signature, § 6774. 
Punishment, § 1211. 

FORMER JEOPARDY 

Arraignment on new indictment, § 998. 

Autre fois acquit, §§ 994, 1006. 

Autre fois convict, §§ 994, 1006. 

Military courts, § 2957(45). 

Municipal or magistrate's court, deci- 
sion in, § 994. 

Twice in jeopardy for same offense 
prohibited. Const. U. S. amend. 5; 
Const. '95, art. 1, § 17. 

FORNICATION 

Definition, § 1437. 
Punishment, § 1435. 

FORT MILL, TOWN OF 

Abutting property, assessment of, 

Const. '95, art. 10, § 18. 
Public works commission abolished, § 

7675-27. 

FORTS 

Congress to have exclusive legislation 
over, Const. U. S. art. 1, § 8. 

FORTUNE TELLERS 

Licenses, §§ 1327, 1328. 

FOUNTAIN DRINKS 

License tax, § 2532. 

FOUNTAIN INN, CITY OF 

Wardens or aldermen, election, inap- 
plicable, § 7238. 

FOWLS 

Sale and purchase of eggs and baby 
chicks, § 5806-61. 

FOXES 

See Game. 

FRANCES WILLARD DAY 

Observance by public schools, § 5389. 

FRANCHISE 

See Banks; Corporations. 
Electric light, heat and power com- 
panies, § 8555-3. 

Charges established by, § 8555-8. 

Expiration, § 8555-3. 
Reciprocity with Georgia, as to, § 2040. 

FRATERNAL BENEFIT ASSOCIA- 
TIONS 

See Insurance. 
Accident associations, § 8065. 



FRATERNAL BENEFIT ASSOCIA- 
TIONS (Cont'd) 
Advanced payments, § 8032. 
Agents. 
Penalties, § 8067. 
Who are, § 8072. 
Annual reports, § 8060. 
Annuity, beneficiaries, children's lives, 

§ 8039. 
Applicants, number required to do 

business, § 8032. 
Applications. 
Delivery with policy, § 7987-1. 
False statements, § 8067. 
Waiver of right to dispute truth, § 
7986. 
Articles of incorporation. 
Amendments, § 8046. 
Contents, § 8032. 
Associations exempt from provisions, 

§ 8065. 
Attachment, benefits exempt, § 8058. 
Attorney general, § 8062. 
Beneficiaries, § 8038. 
Benefit certificates. 
Amendments to constitution and laws 

binding, § 8046. 
False statements, § 8067. 
Filing, § 8032. 
Specifications, § 8046. 
Term, § 8035. 
Valuation. 
Inapplicable to accident associa- 
tions, § 865. 
Report, § 8060. 
Benefits. 

Death, § 8034. 
Disability, § 8034, 
Exempt, § 8058. 
Bond, filing, § 8032. 
By-laws, § 8032. 
Amendments, §§ 8032, 8046. 
Filing, § 8059. 
Certiiicate of authority, § 8032. 
Children's lives, § 8039. 
Certificates. 
Cancellation, § 8041. 
Continuation, § 8044. 
Exchange, § 8041. 
Number required, § 8040. 
Contributions, § 8040. 
Expense fund, payments to, § 8043. 
Fund. 

Diversion, § 8042. 
Separation, § 8041. 
Insurable age, § 8039. 
Reports, § 8042. 
Reserve, maintenance, § 8041. 
Claims, false statements, § 8067. 
Conditions precedent to doing business, 
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FRATERNAL BENEFIT ASSOCIA- 
TIONS (Cont'd) 
Consolidation, § 8050. 

Expenses and compensation, § 8052. 

Submission to insurance commis- 
sioner, § 8051. 

Violations, § 8053. 
Constitution. 

Amendments, §§ 8032, 8046. 
Filing, § 8059. 
Contributions, § 8035. 

Increased or extra rates, § 8060. 

Purpose and division, § 8049. 

Stated periodical contributions, § 
8036. 
Death benefits, § 8034. 

Term, § 8035. 

To whom payable, § 8038. 
Defined, § 8030. 
Disability benefits, § 8034. 

Contributions, separate fund, § 8060. 

Medical examination not required, § 
8045. 

Payment, § 8035. 

Term, § 8035. 
Dissolution, § 8061. 

Application, § 8062. 

Failure to maintain required condi- 
tion, § 8060. 
Employees, penalties, § 8067. 
Endowment contracts, § 7987-2. 
Examination. 

By insurance commissioners, § 8032. 

Domestic associations, § 8061. 

Reports or findings, publication, § 
8063. 
Exempted from attachment, garnish- 
ment, etc., § 8058. 
Exemption from taxation, § 8066. 
Exemptions from provisions of article, 

§ 8065. 
Existing associations, § 8033. 
Expenses, separate fund, § 8034. 
False representations. 

Limitation of action, § 7987. 

Waiver, § 7986. 
False statements, § 8067. 

Applications, § 8067. 

Claims, § 8067. 

Death or disability, § 8067. 
Fees, annual license, § 8054. 
Foreign. 

Conditions precedent to admission, § 
8055. 

Examination, § 8064. 

License, § 8055. 
Revocation, §§ 8055, 8064. 
Funds. 

Disability benefit, contributions, 
separation, § 8060. 

Exempt from taxation, § 8066. 

Expense fund, § 8034. 



FRATERNAL BENEFIT ASSOCIA- 
TIONS (Cont'd) 
Funds (Cont'd) 
Investment and disbursement, § 

8036. 
Investments, § 8048. 
Reserve to meet liabilities, § 8037. 
Garnishment, benefits exempt, § 8058. 
General insurance laws, inapplicable, § 

8070. 
Governing body, one representative 

from state, § 8031. 
Income tax, exemption from, § 2442(1). 
Incorporation, mode of, § 8032. 
Injunctions, § 8061. 

Application, § 8062. 
Insurance commissioner. 
Articles of incorporation, etc., filing 

with, § 8032. 
Attorney for purposes of process, § 

8056. 
Examinations, domestic associations, 
§ 8061. 
Insurance laws inapplicable, § 8070. 
Investigations, reports of findings, pub- 
lication, § 8063. 
Investments, § 8048. 
License tax, exempt, § 2688. 
Licenses. 
Accident associations, § 8065. 
Annual, § 8054. 
Fee, §§ 8054, 8055. 
Foreign, § 8055. 
Prima facie evidence, § 8069. 
Revocation, § 8055. 

Foreign associations, § 8064. 
Soliciting members for unlicensed 
association, § 8067. 
Life insurance, applications, waiver, § 

7986. 
Lodge system, associations deemed op- 
erating under, § 8031. 
Medical examination, § 8045. 
Accident associations, inapplicable, § 

8065. 
Children, § 8040. 
Meetings, § 8057. 
Members. 
Medical examination, § 8045. 
Personal liability, § 8068. 
Qualifications, § 8045. 
Right to designate beneficiaries, § 

8038. 
Soliciting for unlicensed associations, 

§ 8067. 
Soliciting when not authorized, § 
8067. 
Merger, § 8050. 
Expenses and compensation, § 8052. 
Submission to insurance commis- 
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FRATERNAL BENEFIT ASSOCIA- 
TIONS (Cont'd) 
Merger (Cont'd) 

Unlawful mergers, § 8053. 

Violations, § 8053. 
Mortality. 

Endowment contracts, § 7987-2. 
Mutual and protective associations, 

violations, § 8108. 
Office loction, § 8057. 
Officers. 

Election, § 8032. 

Penalties, § 4285. 

Personal liability, § 8068. 
Organization, § 8031. 

Subordinate branches, § 8071. 
Payment in merchandise prohibited, 

§ 7984. 
Payments, purpose and division, § 

8049. 
Penalties, § 8067. 

Violation of merger provisions, § 
8053. 
Personal liability, § 8068. 
Power of attorney, § 8056. 
Powers, §§ 8032, 8034. 
Premium loans, § 8035. 
Proceedings against, §§ 8061, 8062. 
Process, appointment of commissioner 

as attorney, § 8056. 
Quo warranto, § 8061. 
Receivers. 

Application, § 8062. 

Domestic associations, § 8061. 
Reinsurance, §§ 8050, 8072-1. 

Expenses and compensation, § 8052. 

Submission to insurance commis- 
sioner, § 8051. 

Violations, penalty, § 8053. 
Reports, § 8060. 
Representative form of government, 

defined, § 8031. 
Reserve to meet liabilities, § 8037. 
Securities, valuation, § 7983. 
Subordinate bodies. 

Merger, § 8050. 

Organization, § 8071. 

Waiver of provisions unauthorized, 
§ 8047. 
Surrender values, power to grant, § 

8034. 
Taxation. 

Exemption, § 8066. 
From income tax, § 2442(1). 
Valuation of certificates. 

Accumulation basis, § 8060. 

Inapplicable to accident associations, 
§ 8065. 

Method, § 8060. 

Penalty, § 8067. 
Waiver, subordinate bodies, § 8047. 



FRATERNAL SOCIETIES 

Certificate of incorporation, § 8158. 

Fee, § 8160. 
Charter. 

Amendment, § 8164. 
Notice, § 8165. 
Recording, § 8167. 

Certified copy as evidence, § 81C6. 

Issuance, § 8160. 

Recording,§ 8167. 
Declaration. 

Approval and indorsement, § 8159. 

Fihng and contents, § 8159. 
Dissolution, procedure, § 8163. 
Irregularities, § 8162. 
Mutual aid associations, §§ 8111-8113. 
Powers, § 8161. 
Recordmg of papers, § 8167. 
Secretary of state to report collections, 

§ 3111. 

FRAUD 

See Fraudulent Conveyances. 

Arrest in civil actions, § 500. 

Bill of lading, negotiation not impaired 
by, § 7001. 

Blue sky law, §§ 8114 to 8136. 
See Securities Act. 

Board of jury commissioners, penalty, 
§ 1573. 

Board, representations to secure, § 
1220. 

Boaraing houses. 
Defrauding, § 1219. 

Breach of trust with fraudulent in- 
tent, § 1149. 

Cafes. 
Defrauding, § 1219. 

Checks, etc., issuance without suffi- 
cient funds on deposit, § 1167. 

Contracts for leasing of lands or crop 
share contracts, § 7U30-9. 

Defrauding hotels, hospitals, etc., § 
1219. 

Disposal of produce by purchaser be- 
fore payment, § 1282. 

Factor or commission merchant failing 
to account, § 1283. 

Fraudulent misrepresentations. 
Corporation, § 7677. 
Directors, capital stock, § 7689-1. 
Officers or stockholders, § 1238. 

Fraudulent use of name of corporation 
by officer or employee, § 1168. 

Hotels, inns, etc., defrauding, §§ 1219, 
7223. 

Imprisonment for debt. Const. '95, art. 
1, § 24. 

Jury or witness certificates, § 1517. 

Labor union labels, trade-marks, etc., 
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FRAUD (Cont'd) 
Limitation of actions, § 388. 

Magistrates, jurisdiction, § 257. 
Misrepresentations by officer or stock- 

liolder of corporation, § 1238. 
Obtaining goods under false tokens or 

letters, § 1170. 
Obtaining property by false pretenses. 

§ 1171. 
Oils. 

Deception in storage or sale, § 1323. 
Packing of cotton, § 1280. 
Pensions, § 1240. 
Pork. 

Fraudulent watering of salt pork, § 
1279-1. 
Primary elections. Const. '95, art. 2, § 

10. 
Procuring board and lodging by false 

representations, § 1220. 
Public welfare. 

Penalty for obtaining or attempting 
to obtain assistance by fraud, § 
4996-21. 
Recorded instruments, original not 

prima facie evidence when attacked 

for fraud, § 724. 
Removal of property levied on or at- 
tached by sheriff, § 1279. 
Residences. 

Defrauding, § 1219. 
Rules relating to effect of fraud ap- 
plicable to bills of lading, § 7014. 
Sale of goods marked sterling silver, 

coin, etc., § 1315. 
Securities law, §§ 8114 to 8136. 

See Securities Act. 
Survivors to transaction impeached for 

fraud competent to establish fraud, § 

712. 
Swindling, punishment, § 1746. 

FRAUDS, STATUTE OF 

Actions on representations as to char- 
acter, etc., § 7049. 

Contracts for sale of goods over $50.00, 
§ 7045. 

Leases, estates, etc., requisites, § 7043. 

Note or memorandum signed by party 
to be charged, § 7044. 

Parol gifts without possession, § 7046. 

Parol leases, force and effect, § 7042. 

Parol reservations by bailors or ven- 
dors, § 7047. 

Promises and agreements by parol, § 
7044. 

Promise to pay debt made during in- 
fancy, § 7048. 

FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCES 

Defrauding creditors, § 8696. 
Good consideration, § 8699. 



FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCES 

(Cont'd) 
Merchandise, sales in bulk, §§ 6617- 

6619. 
Parol gifts, § 7046. 
Parol reservations by vendors and 

bailor of personal property, § 7047. 
Penalty and forfeiture, § 8698. 
Purchasers, § 8697. 

FRAUDULENT MISREPRESENTA- 
TIONS 

See Fraud. 

FREEDOM OF SPEECH OR PRESS 

Abridgment by Congress prohibited, 
Const. U. S. amend. 1. 

Abridgment by general asseinbly pro- 
hibited. Const. '95, art. 1, § 4. 

FREE PASSES 

Municipal officers prohibited from ac- 
cepting, § 7637. 

Offering of unlawful, § 1235. 

Officers prohibited from accepting § 
1234. 

FREIGHT 

See Carriers; Railroads. 

FRUIT 

See Weights and Measures. 
Larceny of, punishment, § 1169. 
Standard containers and grades, §§ 

6662-6672. 

FRUIT JUICES, vol. 2, p. 1496. 

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 

Brands. 

Alteration, change, removal or ob- 
literation, § 6675-6. 

Application for mark or brand, § 
6675-2. 

Construction, § 6675-10. 

Cumulative, § 6675-11. 

Fees of secretary of state, § 6675-3. 

Invalidity, § 6675-11. 

Purchase of containers from other 
than registered owner, § 6675-7. 

Refusal to deliver containers to 
owner, § 6675-8. 

Register with secretary of state, § 
6675-1. 

Taking or sending containers out of 
state, § 6675-9. 

Transfer, § 6675-4. 

Unauthorized possession of contain- 
ers marked or branded, § 6675-5. 

FRUIT TREES 

See Nurseries and Nursery Stock. 

Annual inspection of stock, § 3263. 

Foreign dealers, certificate of inspec- 
tion to be furnished, § 3264. 

Importation without inspection, § 
3266-4. 



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FUEL 

Burning, punishment, § 1134. 
County officers to be provided with, § 
387. 

FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE 

Agents appointed by Governor, com- 
pensation, § 914. 

Arrest, § 913. 

Attorney general. 
Testimony in hearings on extradi- 
tion, § 914-1. 

Commitment and surrender, § 913. 

Evidence. 
Attorney general takes testimony in 
hearings on extradition, § 914-1. 

Extradition, Const. U. S. art. 4, § 2(2). 

Person held to service, or labor, escap- 
ing to another state. Const. U. S. art. 
4, § 2(3). 

Warrants for, § 913. 

FUNDS 

See Highways; Public Moneys; 
Schools and School Districts, etc. 

Deposited by state, county and munici- 
pal officers, accounting for, § 1577. 

State, county, and school funds. Const. 
'95, art. 10, S 12. 

State funds deposited in state treasury 
when collected, § 3188. 

FURS 

See Game. 

Fur tax, use of proceeds, § 1779. 

Game animals, transportation regu- 
lated, § 1784-1. 

License for buying, § 1784. 

FUTURES 

See Gaming, 
Bucket shop. 

Definition, § 6316. 

Penalty for operating, § 6318. 
Contracts. 

By owner or agent valid, § 6321. 

Statements to be furnished, § 6317. 

Validity, § 6314. 

Void, § 6315. 
Definitions, § 6313. 
Exchanges, § 6319. 

Sales or purchases on, § 6321. 
Hedges for price fixing, § 6321. 

GAFFNEY, CITY OF 

Auditing affairs of board of public 
works, § 7675-28. 

Bonded debt, constitutional limita- 
tions, inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 8, 
§ 7. 

Borrowing from federal agencies for 
public projects, § 7675-11. 

Commissioners of public works, § 7281. 



GAFFNEY, CITY OF (Cont'd) 

Constitution of South Carolina. 
Tax on abutting property. Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 15. 

Cotton weigher, §§ 6417(1)-6417(5). 

Magistrates, election, § 3759. 

Peace officers to give bonds, § 7675-12. 

Sinking fund commission, duties de- 
volved on Cherokee county sinking 
fund commission, § 4120(10). 

GAMBLING 

See Gaming. 

GAMBLING CONTRACTS 

See Futures. 

GAME AND GAME LAWS 

Abbeville county, §§1790 to 1790-5, 

1795. 
Aiken county, § 1796. 
Anderson county, §§ 1790 to 1790-5, 

1797. 
Bag limit, quail, turkeys, and squirrels, 

§ 1751-1781. 
Bald eagles, § 1782-4. 
Bear, no closed season, § 1782-2. 
Birds. 
Eggs and nests, certificates to take 
for scientific purposes, §§ 1787-2, 
1787-3. 
Non-game. 
Certificate to take for scientific 
purposes, expiration, §§ 1787-2, 
1787-3. 
Killing, transportation, etc., pro- 
hibited, § 1787-1. 
Taking or destruction, § 1787-1. 

Penalty, § 1787-1. 
Unlawful to catch, kill, transport, 
etc., § 1780-2. 
Birds' nests, destruction prohibited, §§ 

1787, 1787-1. 
Blackbirds, open season, § 1781. 
Breeding for commercial purposes, § 

1788-3. 
CaiTier pigeons, § 1782-5. 
Charleston county, § 1800. 
Cherokee county, §§ 1792 to 1792-1, 

1801 to 1801-2. 
Chester county, §§ 1792 to 1792-1. 1802 

to 1802-2. 
Chesterfield county, § 1803. 
Chief game warden. 
Acquire land for fish culture, § 

1774-2. 
Chester county game warden, per- 
mit to trap partridges, § 1802-2. 
Control of game propagation farm, § 

1788-1. 
Declaring closed season on domestic 
game, § 1785-1. 
Publication in newspaper, § 1785-1. 



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GAME AND GAME LAWS (Cont'd) 
Chief game warden (Cont'd) 
Declaring closed season on fish, § 

1769-1. 
Declaring open season on rabbits, § 

1782-3. 
Designation of breeding sanctuaries, 

§1788. 
Duties, salary, etc., § 1751. 
Permit for shipment by breeder, § 

1788-3. 
Pheasant eggs, regulation as to own- 
ership and sale, § 1783-5. 
Shortening open season, § 1785-1. 
Warden for Jackson National Forest, 
§ 1788-2. 
Classification, § 1757. 
Closed season, § 1781. 
Declaring of by chief game warden 
for abnormal conditions, § 1785-1. 
Extension through Monday when 
season expires on Sunday, § 1780. 
Foxes destroying property, § 1782-1. 
Zone number 1, §§ 1789 to 1789-9. 
Zone number 2, §§ 1790 to 1790-5. 
Cold storage, unlawful to keep game 

in, §§ 1786, 1786-1. 
Commercial purposes, breeding for, § 

1788-3. 
Commission. 
State game and fish commission, § 
1755. 
Coyotes. 

Destroying property, § 1782-1. 
Darlington county, §§ 1806 to 1806-2. 
Deadfalls prohibited, § 1784-2. 
Deer. 
Open season, § 1781. 
Purchase or sale, unlawful, § 1783-1. 
Shoot or kill from water conveyance, 

§ 1783. 
Venison or skins, possession, penalty, 
§ 1783-2. 
Definition of hunters and hunting, § 

1780-1. 
Destructive animals, enumeration, § 

1757. 
Destructive birds, enumeration, § 1757. 
DiUon county, §§ 1807 to 1807-2. 
Domestic doves, open season, § 1781. 
Domestic game birds, enumeration, § 

1757. 
Domestic game, open season, except- 
ions, § 1781. 
Doves. 
Sale. 
Penalty, § 1783-3. 
Unlawful, § 1783-3. 
Ducks. 

See this title Wild Ducks. 
Eagles. 
Bald eagles, § 1782-4. 



GAME AND GAME LAWS (Cont'd) 
Eggs of wild birds, taking or destroy- 
ing, § 1787-1. 
Enforcement of laws by sheriffs, etc., 

§ 1765. 
Fairfield county, §§ 1792 to 1792-1, 

1810. 
Federal migratory bird treaty regula- 
tions, violations, penalty, § 1780-4. 
Fines. 
Disposition of, § 1780-3. 
Wardens not to receive portion, § 
1766. 
Fish. 

See Fish, Oysters, etc. 
Forestry. 
Land under control of commissioner 
of forestry, § 1761. 
Foxes. 
Destroying property, § 1782-1. 
Hunting regulated, § 1782. 
Killing when doing damage, § 1782. 
Killing without license, § 1781. 
Night hunting permitted, § 1785. 
Furs, license for buying, § 1784. 
Furs, pelts, etc. 
Transportation, § 1784-1. 
Forgery of tags, § 1784-1. 
Inspection, § 1784-1. 
Penalties, § 1784-1. 
Proceeds from sale of tags, dis- 
bursement, § 1784-1. 
Report of shipment, § 1784-1. 
Tags, necessity of, § 1784-1. 
Fur tax, use of proceeds, § 1779. 
Game animals. 
Enumeration, § 1757. 
Registration, § 1788-4. 

Game preserves, report of game killed, 

§ 1788-4. 
Game propagation farm, § 1788-1. 
Game protection fund, fines and forfei- 
tures deposited to credit of, §§ 

1780-3, 1753. 
Game wardens. 

Anderson county, appointment, § 
1752. 

Appointment, salary, etc., § 1752. 

Badge, § 1754. 

Bonds, § 1754. 

Duties, § 1754. 

Jackson National Forest, § 1788-2. 

Newberry county, election, § 1822. 

Not to receive portion of fine, § 1766. 

Oath, § 1754. 

Powers, § 1754. 

York county, appointment, § 1828. 
Game zones, § 1756. 
Georgetown county, 1807-2. 
Greenville county, §§ 1789 to 1789-9. 
Greenwood county, §§ 1790 to 1790-5. 
Hides, license for buying, § 1784. 



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GAME AND GAME LAWS (Cont'd) 
Horry county, § 1807-2. 
Hunting. 
Aircraft, use of, § 7109. 
Lands of others, penalty, § 1758. 
Night hunting, regulated, § 1785. 
Residents may hunt on own land 

without license, § 1778. 
Without license, §§ 1764, 1778. 
Hunting clubs. 
Registration with chief game warden, 

§ 1788-4. 
Report of game killed, § 1788-4. 
Hunting licenses. 
Confederate veterans exempt, § 1759. 
Displaying, § 1778. 
Disposition of proceeds, § 1779. 
Duplicates, § 1778. 
Forfeiture of, § 1778. 
Form of, § 1778. 
Loan of, § 1778. 

Minors hunting without, § 1764. 
Nonresidents, § 1778. 

Hunting without, penalty, § 1778. 
Orphans exempt, § 1760. 
Penalties, § 1778. 
Residents, § 1778. 
May hunt on own land without, § 
1778. 
Saluda county, § 1778. 
Kershaw county, §§ 1814 to 1814-1. 
Lancaster county, §§ 1792 to 1792-1, 

1815. 
Land acquired by United States, § 

1761. 
Land acquired from United States, § 

1761. 
Land owner, shipping of game, regula- 
tions, § 1786-6. 
Laurens county, §§ 1790 to 1790-5, 

1816. 
Lexington county, §§ 1818 to 1818-1. 
Licenses shipping of game, § 1786-6. 
License tax, breeding for commercial 

purposes, § 1788-3. 
McCormick county, §§ 1790 to 1790-5. 
Marion county, §§ 1820 to 1820-1. 
Marsh hens, open season, § 1751, 1781. 
Nests of wild birds, taking or destroy- 
ing, § 1707-1. 
Newberry county, §§ 1790 to 1790-5, 

1822. 
Nongame birds, S 1757. 

Protected, § 1707-1. 
Nonresidents. 
Hunting license, § 1778. 
Hunting without license, § 1778. 
Number of birds and animals re- 
moved from state, § 1786-2. 
Oconee county, §§ 1789 to 1789-9. 



GAME AND GAME LAWS (Cont'd) 
Open season, § 1781. 
Foxes and coyotes. 

Destroying property, § 1782- 
Shortening by chief game warden, § 

1785-1. 
Zone number 1, §§ 1789 to 1789-9. 
Zone number 2, §§ 1790 to 1790-5. 
Opossum. 
Closed season, § 1781. 
Night hunting, permitted, § 1785. 
Open season, § 1781. 
Partridge. 

Bag limit, § 1751. 1781. 
Cold storage, § 1773. 1786-1. 
Open season, § 1751. 1781. 
Purchase or sale, § 1783-4. 
Peace officers to enforce game laws, 

§ 1765. 
Pelts, license for buying, § 1784. 
Penalties, §§ 1764, 1783-3. 
Pheasants. 
Closed seasons, § 1781. 
Eggs, ownership and sale, § 1783-5. 
Pickens county, §§ 1789 to 1789-9. 
Pigeons. 

Carrier pigeons, § 1782-5. 
Propagation farm at Styx, Lexington 

county, § 1788-1. 
Quail. 
Bag limit, § 1781. 
Open season, § 1781. 
Trapping or snaring prohibited, § 
1781. 
Rabbits. 
Closed season, § 1781. 
Hunting without firearms, § 1781. 
Open season, declaration of by chief 
game warden, § 1782-3. 
Raccoon. 
Closed season, § 1781. 
Night hunting, permitted, § 1785. 
Open season, § 1781. 
Refuge to be established in Charleston 

county, § 2042(58). 
Sale of game unlawfully taken, § 1763. 
Sanctuaries for breeding, penalty for 

violating, § 1788. 
Searches for game illegally held, § 

1753. 
Shipment. 
Landowner or licensee, § 1786-6. 
Permit for shipment by breeder, § 

1788-3. 
Regulated within state, § 1786-3. 
Regulations, § 1786-4. 
Spartanburg county, §§ 1792 to 1792-1. 
Special laws for protection of game 
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GAME AND GAME LAWS (Cont'd) 
Squirrels. 

Bag limit, § 1781. 

Closed season, § 1781. 

Open season, hunting without dogs, 
§ 1781. 
State game and fish commission, § 

1755. 
State, game property of, § 1750. 

Storage, § 1786. 
Sumter county, § 1825. 
Sunday. 

Extension of season through Mon- 
day, § 1780. 
Transportation of game, birds, or ani- 
mals beyond state, penalty, § 1786-5. 
Trespass, deadfalls prohibited, § 1784- 

2. 
Trespassing, § 1758. 
Turkeys. See within this title, "Wild 

Turkeys." 
Union county, §§ 1792 to 1792-1, 1826. 
Venison or deer skin, possession, pen- 
alty, § 1783-2. 
Violation. 

Penalty, §§ 1764, 1780-2. 
Wild animals. 

Destructive animals, enumeration, § 
1757. 

Property of state, § 1750. 
Wild birds. 

Destructive birds, enumeration, § 
1757. 

Property of state, § 1750. 
Wildcats, killing without license, § 

1782-7. 
Wild life restoration. 

Assents to act of Congress, § 1762. 
Wild turkeys. 

Bag limit, § 1781. 

Cold storage, § 1786-1. 

Open season, § 1781. 

Purchase or sale, § 1783-4. 

Trapping or snaring prohibited, § 
1781. 
Willets. 

Sale of unlawful, § 1783-3. 

Sale, penalty, § 1783-3. 
Woodcock. 

Cold storage, § 1786-1. 

Purchase or sale, § 1783-4. 
York county, §§ 1792 to 1792-1, 1828. 
Zones, § 1756. 

Open season in zone number 1, §§ 

1789 to 1789-9. 

Regulation in zone 4, §§ 1792 to 

1792-1. 
Regulation in zone 6, §§ 1794 to 

1828-1. 
Regulations for zone number 2, §§ 

1790 to 1790-5. 



GAME PRESERVES 

See Game and Game Laws. 

GAME PROPOGATION FARM 

Establishment at Styx, Lexington 
county, § 1788-1. 

GAME WARDEN 

See Game and Game Laws. 

GAMING 

See Futures; Lotteries. 
Actions for recovery of amount lost, § 
6308. 

By third person, § 6309. 

Orders for discovery on winner, § 
6310. 
Assault or fighting on account of wag- 
ers, punishment, § 1745. 
Betting. 

Election, § 1740. 

Horse races, § 1749. 

Maintenance of premises, § 1749. 

Officer, disqualification for office, 
Const. '95, art. 17, § 8. 

Side bets on games, § 1738. 
Book making, § 1749. 
Bucket shops, §§ 6316-6318. 

Operation, §§ 6316, 6318. 
Convictions, imprisonment, § 1744. 
Device or machines, destruction after 

confiscation, § 1747. 
Elections, betting on, § 1740. 
Exoneration on becoming state's wit- 
ness, § 1744. 
Forfeiture of wagers, stakes, etc., § 

1741. 
Gamblers. 

Security for good behavior, § 1742. 

Forfeiture of recognizance on breach, 
§ 1743. 
Gambling contracts, §§ 6308-6312. 
Gambling device, destruction after 

confiscation, § 1747. 
Games prohibited, § 1738. 
Imprisonment on conviction, § 1744. 
Keeping premises for, § 1738. 
Losses, action for recovery, §§ 6308- 

6310. 
Magistrates, breaking into gambling 

places, § 947. 
Municipal officers may break open 

gambling rooms, § 957. 
Officers disqualified. Const. '95, art. 

17, § 8. 
Penalties, § 1738. 
Pool selling, § 1749. 
Punchboards, §§ 1301-1, 1749-1. 

Operation prohibited, § 1301-1. 
Slot machines, §§ 1301, 1301-1. 
State's witness, exoneration on becom- 
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GAMING (Cont'd) 

Sunday, keeping gaming tables open, 

§ 1748. 
Swindling, punishment, § 1746. 
Tables. 

Keeping open on Sunday, § 1748. 

Keeping, setting up, etc., § 1739. 
Vending machines, operation prohib- 
ited if element of chance involved, 

§ 1301. 
Wagers. 

Assault or fighting on account of, 
punishment, § 1745. 

Forfeiture of, § 1740. 

GARAGES 

Burning of, punishment, § 1133. 
Sale of property repaired, § 7219. 
Storage batteries, penalty for misuse 
by renter, § 1159. 

GARBAGE CONTAINERS 

Cities of 2,700 to 3,500, § 5052-1. 

GARDEN PRODUCTS 

Standard containers and grades, §§ 

6662-6675. 
Standard weights and measures, § 

6645. 

GAS 

Unlawfully withdrawing of, punish- 
ment, § 1156. 
Wrongful use of, misdemeanor, § 1157. 

GAS COMPANIES 

Erection of gas works, consent of local 

authorities. Const. '95, art. 8, § 4. 
Lease of property and franchises, § 

8187. 
License fees, §§ 2690-1, 2690-2. 
Overcharge, penalty, § 8241. 
Public service commission. 

Not to charge higher rates than pre- 
scribed by commission, § 8241. 

Schedule of rates, § 8239. 
Refusal to accept rates fixed by public 

service commission, § 8241. 
Rules and regulations. 

Public service commission. Rule un- 
der § 8210. 

GASOLINE AND GASOLINE TAX 

See Licenses and License Taxes. 
Aeronautics. 

Refund on gasoline sold to army 
training schools, § 2520-2. 
Bond, filing by dealers, § 2506. 
Breaking into vessel containing, § 

1154-1. 
Carriers. 

Monthly reports on shipments and 
deliveries of gasoline, § 2520-1. 



GASOLINE AND GASOLINE TAX 

(Cont'd) 
Cherokee county. 

Use of funds from, § 4121-4. 
Collection, § 2505(6). 

Distribution of proceeds, § 2507. 
Commissioner of agriculture, informa- 
tion furnished by, § 2505(4). 
Counties. 

Distribution of portion, § 2507. 

Portion of proceeds, § 2507. 
Dealers. 

Bond of, § 2506. 

Security deposit of in lieu of bond, 
§ 2506. 

Tax on, § 2505. 
Definitions, § 2505(5). 
Department of agriculture, inspection 

by, § 2505. 
Disposition of revenues, § 5969. 
Distribution of proceeds, § 2507. 
Enforcement by execution, § 2505(6). 
Filling stations. 

See Filling Stations. 
Former tax, present tax in lieu of, § 

2509. 
Inspection of illuminating oils, gaso- 
line, etc., §§ 6575-6586. 
Invalidity of portion, effect of, § 2520. 
Liability for tax, § 2505. 
Lien on property of party charged, § 

2505(6). 
Nonpayment, § 2505(2). 
Oil company. 

Defined, § 2505. 

Liable for tax, § 2505(2). 

Record of, § 2505. 

Return of, § 2505. 
Original sale, defined, § 2505(5). 
Record by oil company, § 2505. 
Reimbursement agreements, § 2510. 
Returns. 

Fraudulent or false, § 2505(2). 

Penalty for failure to make, § 
2505(2). 
Sales. 

Fraud, § 1323. 
Security, deposit in lieu of bond by 

dealers, § 2506. 
State highway commission. 

Construction of highway from pro- 
ceeds, § 2511. 

Use of portion allotted to, § 2508. 
State tax commission, inspection by, § 

2505. 
Storage tax. 

Allowance, § 2512. 

Amount, S 2512. 

Application, S 2517. 

Commission of agriculture, § 2518. 

Distribution, § 2519. 

Exceptions, § 2512. 



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GASOLINE AND GASOLINE TAX 

(Cont'd) 
Storage tax (Cont'd) 

Executions, § 2514. 

Penalty, § 2515. 

Records, § 2513. 

Report of supply on hand, y 2516. 

Return, failure to make, § 2515. 

Tax commission, payment to, § 2514. 

Time allowed, § 2512. 

Time of payment, § 2513. 
Substitutes for gasoline taxable, § 2505. 
Use for state highway system, § 2508. 

GATES 

Highway. 

Destruction of gates, penalty, § 1643. 

Erection of gates, § 1642. 

Hitching post required, § 1640. 

Interfering with or destroying gates, 
§ 1641. 

Keeping gate in repair, § 1640. 

Lawful on other than public high- 
ways, § 1640. 

Width of gate, § 1640. 
Private roads, erection of gates on 

permitted, § 5850. 
Public highways, application for erec- 
tion of gate, § 5851. 

•GENERAL ASSEMBLY 

See Congress. 
Acts or resolutions. 

Effective date, § 2079. 

Repeal, effect of, § 2080. 
Adiournment, Const. '95, art. 3, §§ 

11, 21. 

By Governor, Const. '95, art. 4, § 16. 
Appointments, list to be furnished to 

clerlts of houses, § 2063. 
Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052; Const. '95, art. 1, § 2; art. 3, 

§§ 3, 4. 
Appropriations by, § 2082. 
Arrest and punisliment. Const. '95, art. 

3, § 13. 
Attorney general. 

Advice and opinions of, § 3119. 

Direction to sue for dissolution of 
corporation, § 828. 
Bills to be signed by governor. Const 

'95, art. 4, § 23. 
Budget, duties relative to, §§ 3213- 

3222. 
Circuit solicitors, assisting in prepara- 

tior of acts, § 2060. 
Clerk of common pleas, examination 

of fines, § 3131. 
Committees, chairman to continue as 

member, § 2069. 
Composition, Const. '95, art. 3, § 1. 
Contest of election of governor, pro- 
cedure, § 2324. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY (Cont'd) 

Election to fill office of governor, 

when, § 3088. 
Failure to elect or refusal to qualify, 

Const. '95, art. 3, § 25. 
Frequent assemblies. Const. '95, art. 1, 

§ 3. 
Governor to give information. Const. 

'95, art. 4, § 15. 
Holding two offices. Const. "95, art. 3, 

§ 24. 
House of representatives. 
Chaplain, § 2057. 
Clerk. 
Appointment list furnished to, § 

2063. 
Election. § 2057. 
Salary, § 2057. 
Clerks and attaches, § 2058. 
Compensation, § 2062. 
Qualifications, § 2061. 
Under control of sergeant at arms, 
§ 2059. 
Committee of ways and means, chair- 
man member of sinking fund com- 
mission, § 2138. 
Committee on privileges and elec- 
tions, § 2318. 
Committees, chairman to continue, § 

2069. 
Composition, Const. '95, art. 3, § 2. 
Interstate cooperation, §§ 3442-11 to 
3442-17. 
See Commission on Interstate Co- 
operation. 
Officers, Const. '95, art. 3, § 12. 
Officers and employees, § 2058. 
Planning board, §§ 3442-21 to 3442- 
26. 

See Planning Board. 
Quorum, Const. "95, art. 3, § 11. 
Reading clerk, election and salary, § 

2057. 
Representatives. 
Age, Const. '95, art. 3, § 7. 
Apportionment, § 2052; Const. '95, 
art. 1, § 2; art. 3, §§ 3, 4. 
Time of taking effect. Const. '95, 
art. 3, § 5. 
Assignment, Const. '95, art. 3, § 4. 
Election, Const. '95. art. 3, § 8. 
Eligibility, Const. '95, art. 3, § 7. 
Expulsion and punishment, Const 

'95, art. 3, § 12. 
Limitations on. Const. '95. art. 3, § 
Mileage, § 2054; Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 19. 
Number, Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Oath, Const. '95, art. 3, § 26. 
Pay certificates, § 2064. 
Certification and attestation, § 
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY (Cont'd) 
House of representatives (Cont'd) 
Representatives (Cont'd) 
Privileges, Const. '95, art. 3, § 14. 
Qualifications, Const. '95, art. 3, § 

7. 
Salary, § 2054; Const. '95, art. 3, § 

19. 
Stationery and postage, § 2055. 
Term, Const. '95, art. 3, §§ 6, 10. 
Vacation of seat on acting as gov- 
ernor or lieutenant governor, 
Const. '95, art. 4, § 8. 
Revenue bills to originate in. Const. 

'95, art. 3, § 15. 
Rules of procedure, Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 12. 
Sergeant at arms, § 2057. 
Charge of hall and committee 

rooms, § 2068. 
Clerks and attaches under control 

of, § 2059. 
Compensation, § 2068. 
Sole power of impeachment. Const. 

'95, art. 15, § 1. 
Speaker. 
Salary, § 2054. 

To act as governor, when, § 3087. 
Stationery, § 2056. 
Interstate cooperation. 

Committee, §§ 3442-11 to 3442-17. 
See Commission on Interstate Co- 
operation. 
Journals, publication, etc., Const. '95, 

art. 3, § 22. 
Legislative library, appropriations for, 

§ 2254. 
Legislative power vested in, Const. 

'95, art. 3, § 1, 
Lobbyist and lobbying, § 2070-1. 
Filing authorization of employment, 

§2070-1. 
Filing list of expenses incurred, § 

2070-1. 
Legislative dockets for, § 2070-1. 
Not employ lobbyist on contingency, 

§ 2070-1. 
Penalty, § 2070-1. 
Persons applicable, § 2070-1. 
Registration, § 2070-1. 
Members. 
Insurance commissioner ineligible 

as, § 7938. 
Oath of office. Const. U. S. art. 6; § 

2053; Const. '95, art. 3, § 26. 
Toll exemption, § 6079. 
Mileage, § 2054. 
Officers and attaches. 
Compensation, § 2062. 
Qualifications, § 2061. 
Removal, § 3097. 
Suspension by governor, § 3097. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY (Cont'd) 
Officers and employees, pay certifica- 
tes, § 2066. 
Open doors. Const. '95, art. 3, § 23. 
Passes. 
Acceptance by members unlawful, § 

1234. 
Offering to members, § 1235. 
Pay certificates, §§ 2064-2067. 
Private bills or joint resolutions. 
Amendment of stock law, petition 

signed by freeholders, § 20V8. 
Application for charter or incorpor- 
ation, contents of petition, § 
2075. 
Railroad, tramway or turnpike 
company, § 2076. 
Petition, § 2074. 

Requisites, § 2077. 
Reference to committee, § 2074. 
Quorum, Const. '95, art. 3, § 11. 
Redress of grievances. Const. '95, art. 

1. § 3. 
Removal of officers, Const. '95, art. 15, 

§ 4. 
Reports to. 
Attorney general, §S 3120, 3121. 
Board of commissioners of South 
Carolina institute for education of 
deaf, dumb and blind, § 5493. 
Board of conciliation, §§ 3253-19, 

3253-21. 
Board of harbor commissioners of 

Charleston, § 6726. 
Board of phosphate commissioners, 

§ 2224. 
Board for promotion of uniformity 

of legislation, § 3442. 
Board of trustees of Clemson Agri- 
cultural College, § 5735. 
Board of trustees of state library, § 

3458. 
Commissioner of agriculture, com- 
merce, and industries, § 6580. 
Commissioners of deaf, dumb and 

blind, § 2129. 
Commission on state house and 

grounds, § 2243. 
Comptroller general. 
Accounts of disbursing officers, § 
3148. 

Debts due state, § 2122. 
Moneys due state, § 3147. 
Names of pensioners, § 3149. 
Statement of county taxes, § 3146. 
Unappropriated funds in treasury, 
§ 3150. 
Contents, § 2097. 
County commissioners, § 2132. 
County superintendents of educa- 
tion, § 2125. 



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GENERAL ASSEMBLY (Cont'd) 
Reports to (Cont'd) 

Department heads, etc., regulations 

as to printing, §§ 2094-2097. 
Historical commission, 2233. 
Insurance commissioners, § 7942. 
Printing, type, § 2094 . 
Railroad commission, § 8292-19. 
Regents of state hospital, § 2128. 
Sanitary and drainage commissions, 

§ 6148. 
Secretary of state. § 2123. 
Sinking fund commission, § 2140. 
State board of health, § 4998. 
State commission of forestry, § 3279. 
State highway commission, activities 

under bond act, § 5976. 
State warehouse commissioner, § 

6472. 
Statistics of census takers, § 2131. 
Representatives. 
Holding other civil service office, 

§ 2070-2. 
Mileage, § 2054. 
Revenue bills. Const. "95, art. 3, § 15. 
Amendments by senate, Const. '95, 

art. 3, § 15. 
Senate. 
Absent members, Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 11. 
Adjournments, Const. '95, art. 3, § 

21. 
Appointments by Governor with ad- 
vice and consent of, officers enum- 
erated, § 3093. 
Bills for revenue. Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 15. 
Chaplain, § 2057. 
Clerk. 

Appointment list furnished to, § 
2063. 

Election, § 2057. 

Salary, § 2057. 
Clerks and attaches, § 2058. 

Compensation, § 2062. 

Qualifications, § 2061. 

Under control of sergeant at arms, 
§ 2059. 
Committees, chairman to hold over, 

§ 2069. 
Composition, Const. '95, art. 3, § 6. 
Doors open. Const. '95, art. 3, § 23. 
Finance committee, chairman, mem- 
ber of sinking fund commission, § 

2138. 
Impeachment, trial by, Const. '95, 

art. 15, § 2. 
Interstate cooperation, §§ 3442-11 to 
3442-17. 

See Commission on Interstate Co- 
operation. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY (Cont'd) 
Senate (Cont'd) 
Journal, yeas and nays, Const. '95, 

art. 3, § 22. 
Lieutenant Governor as president, 
Const. '95, art. 4, § 5. 
No vote, Const. '95, art. 4, § 6. 
Officers, Const. '95, art. 3, § 12. 
Officers and employees, § 2058. 
Pay certificates for members, §§ 

2064, 2065. 
Planning board, §§ 3442-21 to 3442-26. 

See Planning Board. 
President, acting as Governor, § 3086. 
President pro tempore, Const. '95, art. 

4, § 7. 
Privileges of members, Const. '95, art. 

3, § 14. 
Quorum, Const. '95, art. 3, § 11. 
Reading clerk, § 2057. 
Removal of officers, Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 27; § 3097. 
Right of punishment, Const. '95, art. 

3, § 13. 
Rules of procedure, Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 12. 
Senators. 
Age, Const. '95, art. 3, § 7. 
Classification, Const. '95, art. 3, § 8. 
Election, time of. Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 8. 
Expulsion and punishment. Const. 

'95, art. 3, § 12. 
Holding other civil service office, 

§ 2070-2. 
Mileage, § 2054. 

Number, Const. '95, art. 3, § 6. 
Oath of office. Const. '95, art. 3, 

§ 26; § 2053. 
Privileges, Const. '95, art. 3, § 14. 
Qualifications, Const. '95, art. 3, § 7. 
Salary and mileage. Const. '95, art. 

3, § 19; § 2054. 
Stationery and postage, § 2055. 
Term, Const. '95, art. 3, § 6. 
Commencement, Const. '95, art. 
3, § 10. 
Sergeant at arms, § 2057. 
Charge of senate chamber, § 2068. 
Clerks and attaches under control 

of, § 2059. 
Compensation, § 2068. 
Stationery, § 2056. 
Sessions. 
Extra sessions, Const. '95, art. 4, § 

16. 
Style of laws, Const. '95, art. 3, § 16. 
Time and place of. Const. '95, art. 3, 
§ 9. 
Suspension or execution of laws, Const. 
95, art. 1, § 13. 



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GENERAL ASSEMBLY (Cont'd) 
Vacancies, Const. '95, art. 3, § 25. 
Votes viva voce, Const. '95, art. 3, § 20. 

GENERAL CONTRACTING, §§ 7084-1 
7084-7. 
Architects. 

Duties, § 7084-5. 
Definitions, § 7084-1. 
Engineers and land surveyors. 
Duties of engineers, § 7084-5. 
Exemptions, § 7084-6. 
Licenses, § 7084-3. 
Issuance to contractors for State 

highway work, § 7084-7. 
State licensing board for contractors, 
§ 7084-2. 
Rules and regulations, Rule under § 

7084-2. 
Taxes and taxation. 
Furnishing tax commission names of 
certain contractors, § 7084-5. 
Violations, § 7084-4. 

GENERAL PULASKI'S MEMORIAL 
DAY 

Schools and school districts, § 5390. 

GENERAL SESSIONS 

See Circuit Courts; Circuit Court 

Rules. 
See, also, the particular counties. 
Appeals. 
Magistrates, criminal cases, §§ 1024- 

1033. 
Mayors or intendents, § 952(6). 
Municipal court, § 967. 
Recorder's court for city of Columbia, 

§§ 966, 967. 
Same as common pleas, § 1033. 
Clerk. 

See, also, Clerks of Courts. 
Deputy, § 74. 

Examination of office, § 3131. 
Failure to pay over fines, etc., § 

1519. 
Fees, §§ 4924, 4933. 
Neglect of duty, § 1527. 
Notify superintendent of penitentiary 

of number of convicts, § 1983. 

Open and publish sealed sentence, § 
984. 

Sheriff ineligible, § 3485. 
Vacancy, Probate judge to act, § 3643. 
Common pleas. 
Judge's power to adjourn, § 67. 
Opening of, § 66. 
During term of general sessions, § 
65. 

Corporations, prosecutions against, § 
991. 



GENERAL SESSIONS (Cont'd) 

Establishment, § 9; Const. '95, art. 5, 

§ 1. 
Grand Jury. 

See Jury and Jurors. 
Judge. 

Duties when public officer is indict- 
ed, § 985. 

Habeas corpus, authority to grant, § 
1060. 

Neglect of duty, § 42. 

Salary, Const. '95, art. 5, Ji 9. 
Jurisdiction, Const. '95, art. 5, § 18. 

Exclusive jurisdiction, § 1008. 

None until after demanded prelim- 
inary hearing by magistrate, § 935. 
Magistrates, criminal cases, return to 

general sessions, § 944. 
Moneys deposited in lieu of bond, etc., 

§§ 347-349. 
Municipal courts, appeals. § 952. 
Opening during common pleas term, § 

65. 
Overcrowded court, assignment of dis- 
engaged judge or commission of spe- 
cial judge, § 44. 
Petit jurors, § 70. 

Report to by county treasurer, § 2781. 
Return to by sheriff of names of pris- 
oners in jail, § 1948. 
Sessions, time of holding, Const. '95, art. 

5, S 18. 
Solicitors to attend, § 3132. 
Special court, §§ 43-45, 47. 
Special sessions, § 69. 

Cases considered, § 69(3). 
Stenographer. 

Fifth circuit, salary, § 55(6). 

Seventh circuit, salary, § 57(3). 
Terms, Const. '95, art. 5, § 18. 

Abbeville county, § 58. 

Aiken county, § 52. 

Allendale county, § 64. 

Anderson county, § 60. 

Bamberg county, § 52. 

Barnwell county, § 52. 

Beaufort county. § 64. 

Berkeley county, § 59. 

Calhoun county, § 51. 

Charleston county, § 59. 

Cherokee county, S 57. 

Chester county, § 56. 

Chesterfield county, § 54. ■ 

Clarendon county, § 53. 

Colleton county, § 64. 

Darlington county, § 54. 

Dillon county, § 54. 

Dorchester county, § 51. 

Edgefield county, § 61. 

Fairfield county, § 56. 

Florence county, § 62. 

Georgetown county, § 62. 



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GENERAL SESSIONS (Cont'd) 
Terms (Cont'd) 
Greenville county, § 63. 
Greenwood county, § 58. 
Hampton county, § 64. 
Horry county, § 62. 
Jasper county, § 64. 
Kershaw county, § 55. 
Lancaster county, § 56. 
Laurens county, § 58. 
Lee county, § 53. 
Lexington county, § 61. 
McCormick county, § 61. 
Marion county, § 62. 
Marlboro county, § 54. 
Newberry county, § 58. 
Oconee county, § 60. 
Orangeburg county, § 51. ' 
Pickens county, § 63. 
Richland county, § 55. 
Saluda county, § 6L 
Spartanburg county, § 57. 
Sumter county, § 53. 
Union county, § 57. 
Williamsburg county, § 53. 
York county, § 56. 

GENERAL STOCK LAW 

See Stock Law. 

GENERAL WELFARE 

Congress, provisions for, Const. U. S. 
art. 1, § 8(1). 

GENEROSTEE A. R. P. CHURCH 

Tax exemption, § 2578(43). 

GEORGETOWN, CITY OF 

Bonded debt. 
Constitutional limitations, inapplica- 
ble, Const. "95, art. 8, § 7. 
Limitation, § 7327. 

Carnivals, etc., excepted from provi- 
sions prohibiting, § 6333. 

Certificates evidencing unpaid taxes 
and paving assessments, § 7675-29. 

Commission form of government, in- 
applicable, § 7590. 

Commissioners of pilotage, § 6683. 

Commissioners of public works, abol- 
ished, § 7281. 

Constitution of South Carolina. 
Bonded indebtedness. Const. '95, art 

8, § 7. 
Tax on abutting property. Const. '95, 
art. 10, § 15. 

Land ceded to United States, § 2042(59). 

Listing property for naval reserve and 
navy club, § 7675-30. 

Paving assessment, election unneces- 
sary, § 7381. 

Port quarantine for, § 5059. 



GEORGETOWN, CITY OF (Cont'd) 
Taxes, exemptions of hotel buildings 

and factories, § 2860(5). 
Wardens or aldermen, election, inap- 
plicable, § 7238. 
Water, monthly analysis and publica- 
tion of report, § 5049-1. 

GEORGETOWN COUNTY 

Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Bailiffs, § 3518. 

Bills payable, book entries, § 4387. 
Black Pee Dee and Waccamaw rivers, 

toll bridges, § 5933-1(8). 
Bond book, entries, § 4388. 
Bonds. 
County officers, § 4397. 
Tax collectors, § 2860-3. 
Borrowing of money by county board 
of commissioners, competitive bids, § 
4395. 
Boundaries, § 2997. 
Capitation road tax. 

See Commutation Tax. 
Carnivals, etc., excepted from provi- 
sions prohibiting, § 6333. 
Chaingang. 
County board of commissioners in 

charge, § 4382. 
Foreman, report, § 4393. 
Chattel mortgages on crops, recording, 

inapplicable, § 3639-1(1). 
Circuit court, terms, § 62. 
Claims, accounts, etc., against, provi- 
sions as to presentment, etc., to coun- 
ty board of commissioners inapplic- 
able, § 3825. 
Clerk of county. 
Duties of probate judge devolved on, 

§ 3672. 
Fees, § 4925. 
Fees, excepted, § 4923. 
Clerk of court. 

Compensation, § 4398. 
Commission form of government for 

cities, inapplicable, § 7619. 
Common pleas, terms, § 62. 
Community pasture established, § 6281. 
Commutation tax. 
Amount, § 4377. 
Collection, § 4378. 
Exemptions, § 4377. 
Failure to pay, § 4379. 
Failure to return, § 4379. 
List of persons liable, § 4380. 
Persons liable, § 4377. 
Returns, § 4380. 
Time of payment, § 4378. 
Constables, fees, worthless checks, § 
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GEORGETOWN COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Contract plan for read work, when 

practicable, § 4403. 
Contracts, letting by competitive bid 

required, § 4394. 
Convicts. 

Working of convicts, § 1960-5. 
Coroner. 

Compensation, § 4398. 
Cotton. 

Traffic in unpacked lint. 
Between sunset and sunrise pro- 
hibited, § 6394. 
License required, § 6395. 
Time for, §§ 6394, 6395. 
Cotton weighers, certain provisions in- 
applicable, § 6405. 
County auditor. 

Compensation, § 4398. 

Separate lists of road and poll taxes, 
§ 4381. 

Term, § 2698. 
County board of commissioners. 

Appointment, § 4374. 

Bills payable book, entries, § 4387. 

Bond book, entries, § 4388. 

Borrowing money regulated, § 4395. 

Chaingang, control of, § 4382. 

Chairman, § 4376. 

Claims, accounts, etc., provisions as 
to presentment, etc., to, inapplic- 
able, § 3825. 

Claims against county, approval by, 
§§ 4389, 4390. 

Clerk, § 4376. 

Compensation, § 4384. 

Composition, § 4374. 

Contracts, § 4394. 

Diverting or exceeding appropria- 
tions, § 4389. 

Index of claims and invoices, § 4390. 

Inventory of county property, § 4386. 

Jurisdiction, § 4375. 

Majority to rule, § 4383. 

Meetings, § 4383. 

Purchase of supplies, § 4385. 

Quorum, §§ 4375, 4383. 

Records of disbursements, § 4392. 

Removal, § 4374. 

Term, § 4374. 

Warrants drawn on treasurer, §§ 4389, 
4391. 
County board of education. 

Appointment, § 5590. 

Borrowing in anticipation of tax col- 
lections, S§ 5592-8, 5592-9. 

Budget, § 5592-17. 

Claims against school funds, § 5592(7). 

Clerk, § 5592. 

Compensation and expenses, § 5592-1. 

Meetings, § 5592-1. 



GEORGETOWN COUNTY (Cont'd) 
County board of education (Cont'd) 

Powers and duties, §§ 5592-2 to 
5592-9. 

Superintendent of education, em- 
ployment, § 5591. 

Teachers, employment, § 5592-6. 

Terms, § 5590. 

Warrants, § 5592-10. 
County court, provisions as to inap- 
plicable, § 101. 
County officer, bond, § 4397. 
County physician, examinations for 

commitments to state hospital, § 

6229. 
County property, inventory of, § 4386. 
County superintendent of education. 

Term, § 4398-5301. 
County supervisor. 

Loans, §§ 3881-3883. 

Office abolished, § 4373. 
County treasurer. 

Bond. § 2769. 

Compensation, § 4398. 

Investment of certain funds, § 4396. 

Salary, § 3203. 

Term, § 2769. 
Depositories of public funds, securi- 
ties, § 2860-4. 
Dog tax. 

Census, 2616. 

Distribution of proceeds, § 2616. 

Listing and collection, § 2616. 
Elections, voting precincts, § 2296. 
Execution sales, place of, § 9073. 
Fees. 

Clerk of court, § 4925. 

Collection, § 4398. 

Probate judge, § 4946. 

Sheriff, § 3542. . 

Worthless checks, § 3718-1. 
Ferry, disposition of tolls from Wacca- 

maw ferry, § 4401. 
Ferry flats. 

Oars for, § 1682. 

Protection of vehicles, § 1682. 
Ferry over Waccamaw and Pee Dee 

rivers, § 6056. 
Fires. 

Forest fire control, § 4400. 
Fisheries inspector, appointment, § 

3316 
Forestry. 

Fire control, § 4400. 
Forfeited land commission. 

Allocation of proceeds of sale, § 
2860-5. 
Funds from game warden, disposition, 

§ 4401. 
Funds, investment of, § 4396. 
Furniture factories, tax exemption, 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 



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GEORGETOWN COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Game and game laws, § 1807-2. 

Disposition of funds accruing under, 
§ 1780-3. 
Game warden, disposition of funds, § 

4401. 
Garbage disposal, § 5056-6. 
General sesisons, terms, § 62. 
Grand juries, foreman, authorized to 

swear witnesses, inapplicable, § 977. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5933-1(8). 
High school districts. 

Attendance of pupils, § 5592-13, 
5592-14. 

Establishment and creation of cer- 
tain districts, § 5592-11. 
Highways. 

Hauling timber over, regulated, § 
1668. 

Method of working, § 5813. 

State highway system, §§ 5933-1(8), 
5934. 
Inland waterway from North Carolina 

line to Winyah bay, §§ 6037-6042. 
Inventory of county property, § 4386. 
Investment of sinking funds, inappli- 
cable, § 3884. 
Judicial sales, place of, § 9073. 
Land ceded to United States, § 2042(59). 
Landlord and tenant. 

Parol contracts for use of real estate 
for agricultural purposes, § 8825-1. 
License tax, dogs, § 2616. 
Magistrates, § 3767. 

Fees, worthless checks, § 3718-1. 
Manufactories, tax exemption. Const. 

'95, art. 8, § 8. 
Marriage licenses, issuance, § 8558. 
Office hours, § 4186. 
Offices. 

Closing certain hours from May to 
September, § 4035-2. 

Holding of two defined, § 4404. 
Paper mills, tax exemption, Const. '95, 

art. 8, § 8. 
Plumbing, § 5056-6. 
Poll tax, separate listing, § 4381. 
Prisons and prisoners. 

Working of prisoners awaiting trial, 
§ 1960-5. 
Probate judge, office abolished, § 3672. 
Public funds, security by depository, § 

2860-4. 
Road duty, exemptions, § 5861. 
Road forces, foreman, reports, § 4393. 
Road supervisor, § 4402. 
Road work, contract plan, § 4403. 
Rosemary school district No. 8-A, elec- 
tion of trustees, § 5609. 



GEORGETOWN COUNTY (Cont'd) 
School districts. 
Constitutional limitations as to area 
inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 11, § 5. 
Rosemary No. 8A, bonds, limitation, 

§ 5333. 
Union district dissolved, § 5592-19. 
Schools. 
Consolidation and discontinuance, § 

5592-3. 
Elementary schools, § 5592-12. 
Transportation of pupils, § 5592-4. 
School trustees. 
Appointment, § 5593. 
Election, § 5609-1. 
Election in Rosemary district No. 8A, 

§ 5609. 
Meeting with township board of as- 
sessors, § 5358. 
Number, § 5593. 
Terms, § 5593. 
Septic tanks, § 5056-6. 
Service officer, § 2970-22. 
Sheriff. 
Compensation, § 4398. 
Duties as to delinquent taxes de- 
volved on tax collector, § 2860-3. 
Fees, § 3542. 

Worthless checks, fees, § 3718-1. 
Sinking fund. 

Investment, inapplicable, § 3884(6). 
Investments, § 4396. 
State highway system, §§ 5933-1(8), 

5934. 
Stock laws, community pasture estab- 
lished, § 6281. 
Streams. 
Duty of landowner to clean out, in- 
applicable, § 1217. 
Obstruction, inapplicable, § 1217. 
Superintendent of education. 
Employment, § 5591. 
Office abolished, § 5591. 
Tax collectors. 
Account with county treasurer, § 

2860-3. 
Appointment, § 2860-3. 
Bond, § 2860-3. 
Compensation, § 2860-3. 
Duties of sheriff devolved on, § 

2860-3. 
Fees, § 2860-3. 
Reports, § 2860-3. 
Settlements, § 2860-3. 
Term, § 2860-3. 
Taxes. 

Auditors to place post office address 

of taxpayer on return, § 2860-1. 
Exemptions, § 2860. 
Certain manufactories, §§ 2848, 
2884(2); Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 



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GEORGETOWN COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Taxes (Cont'd) 

Levies for school purposes, §§ 5592- 
15 to 5592-18. 

Penalties, § 2860-2. 

Poll tax, separate listing, § 4381. 

Treasurer to mail notice of taxes due 
to taxpayer, § 2860-1. 
Timber carts, § 1668. 
Tobacco factories, tax exemption. 

Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Toll bridges. Black Pee Dee and Wac- 

camaw rivers, § 5933-1(8). 
Tolls from 'Waccamaw ferry, disposi- 
tion, § 4401. 
Township board of assessors, meeting 

with school trustees, § 2860-6. 
Veterans. 

Service officer, S 2970-22. 
Voting precincts, S 2296. 
Warrants, foi-m and contents, § 4391. 
Water supply, § 5056-6. 

GEORGIA 

Charters or franchises for bridges, fer- 
ries, etc., over Savannah river, rec- 
iprocity, § 2040. 

GIFTS 

See Inheritance Tax. 
Bastard children, § 8695. 
Cemeteries, gifts for maintenance val- 
id, §§ 9052, 9053. 
Corruptly giving or taking of, § 1236. 
Educational purposes, application and 

use, Const. '95, art. 11, § 10. 
Offering of gifts, premiums, etc., to 

purchaser, § 1237. 
Parol gifts, requisites, § 7046. 
Religious. 

Charitable, etc., trustees, legal title to 
vest in, § 9053. 

Trustees, vacancies, how filled, § 
9053. 

Valid through discretionary power 
conferred on trustees, § 9053. 
To state, apportionment for school 

purposes, Const. '95, art. 11, § 11. 

GINSENG 

Digging on land of another, § 1218. 
Digging or pulling, § 1253. 

GIRLS 

See Females; Infants; State Indus- 
trial School for Girls. 
State industrial school for girls, §§ 
2024, 2025, 2027, 2029-2037. 

GIVHAN, TOWN OF 

Constables. 

Appointment, etc., S 7057. 
Jurisdiction, S 7059. 
Powers, § 7058. 



GLANDERS 

Importation of animals infected with, 
§ 5806-33. 

GLASS 

Placing on highways, §§ 1663, 1664. 

GOATS 

Estrays, §§ 6270-6280. 

GOLF 

Municipal courses, § 7270. 

GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL 

Tax exemption, § 2578(31). 

GOOSEBERRIES 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

GOSHEN HILL TOWNSHIP 

Bonded debt, constitutional limitations, 
inapplicable, Const. '95, art. 8, § 7. 

GOVERNMENT 

Republican form of government guar- 
anteed to states, Const. U. S. art. 4, 
§ 4, 

GOVERNOR 

See Lieutenant Governor. 
Action affecting issuance of state bonds, 

etc., notice, § 442. 
Adjournment of general assembly. 

Const. '95, art. 4, § 16. 
Age, Const. '95, art. 4, § 3. 
Appointment by. 
Commission for analysis of food prod- 
ucts, § 3274. 
Directors state public library asso- 
ciation, § 5500. 
Failure to follow recommendations 
in counties of 101,060 to 117,000, § 
3095-1. 
Natural resources commission, § 3271. 
Officers enumerated, § 3094. 
State commission of forestry, § 3277. 
State commission of port develop- 
ment, § 6734. 
State highway condemnation board, 

§ 5923(2). 
With advice and consent of senate, 
officers enumerated, § 3093. 
Appointment of deputies, constables, 

etc., S 3096. 
Approval of bond of public printer, ' 

2091. 
Asiatic cholera, regulations to prevenv 

§§ 3095. 5088. 
Borrow money on credit of state, §§ 

2206, 3211. 
Budget, duties relative to, §§ 3213- 
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GOVERNOR (Cont'd) 

Calhng out militia, Const. '95, art. 13, 
§ 3. 
Insurrection or rebellion, § 1390. 
Census, duties as to, § 2265. 
Commander in chief of militia. Const. 

'95, art. 4. § 10. 
Commerce Development board. 

Powers of governor, § 3442-34. 
Commissions, Const. '95, art. 4, § 17. 
Requisites, Const. '95, art. 4, § 19. 
Contingent fund, expenses of attend- 
ing meetings paid from, § 3193. 
Copy of indictment of public officer 

transmitted to, § 985. 
Department of labor. 

Convoking, § 3253-22. 
Election, Const. '95, art. 4, § 2. 
By general assembly, when, § 3088. 
Vacancy, Lieutenant Governor, § 
3089. 
Elections. 

Contested elections. Const. '95, art. 

4, § 4. 
Furnished copy of certified determin- 
ation, § 2326. 
New election, when ordered by, § 

2330. 
Returns, Const. '95, art. 4, § 4; § 2315. 
Eligibility, Const. '95, art. 4, § 3. 
Execution of laws. Const. '95, art. 4, § 

12. 
Executive chamber, § 3090. 
Ex officio member of certain boards, 

§ 3092. 
Extra sessions, general assembly. Const. 

'95, art. 4, § 16. 
Failure of governor to appoint officers 
according to recommendation, § 
3095-1. 
Failure to return bill. Const. '95, art. 

4, § 23. 
Fugitives from justice, §§ 913, 914. 
Grants, etc., requisites. Const. '95, art. 

4, § 19. 
Habeas corpus, suspension of, § 1066. 
Holding other offices prohibited. Const. 

'95, art. 4, § 3. 
Impeachment, Const. "95, art. 4, § 9. 
Chief justice to preside. Const. '95, 
art. 15, § 2. 
Information and recommendations to 
general assembly. Const. '95, art. 4, 
§ 15. 
Installation, § 3085; Const. '95, art. 4, 

§ 2. 
Insurrection or rebellion, duties, §§ 

1390-1393-1. 
Intoxicating liquors. 

Prohibiting sale, § 1850. 
Martial law, proclaiming of, § 2896. 



GOVERNOR (Cont'd) 
Membership on boards. 
Board of trustees. 
State library, § 3453. 
University of South Carolina, § 
5713. 
Enumerated, § 3092. 
Sinking fund commission, § 2138. 
State board of education, § 5279. 
State finance committee, §§ 2083, 

2196. 
State service commission, § 2967. 
Militia; calling out. Const. '95, art. 13, 

§ 3; § 2891. 
Oath of office, Const. '95, art. 4, § 20. 
Officers appointed by. 
Officers enumerated, § 3094. 
With consent of senate, officers enu- 
merated, § 3094. 
Officers elected by general assembly, 

suspension by, § 3097. 
Pardons, Const. '95, art. 4, § 11. 
Parole of prisoners, § 3099. 
Peace officers, appointment to enforce 

criminal laws, § 3096. 
Private secretary, § 3091. 
Proclamation declaring place infect- 
ed, § 5088. 
Qualifications, Const. '95, art. 4, § 3. 
Remand of convicts from penitentiary, 

§ 1045-1. 
Remission of fines and forfeitures, 
Const. '95, art. 4, § 11. 
Removal of certain officers, appeals, 

§ 3098. 
Ground for. Const. '95, art. 15, § 4. 
Removal or resignation. Const. '95, art. 

4, § 9. 
Reports to. 
Board of directors of penitentiary, § 

3238. 
Board of regents of state hospital, § 

6224. 
Inquests in capital cases, § 1089. 
Officers of executive department, 

Const. '95, art. 4, § 14. 
Returns of census takers, § 2131. 
Representative, vacation of seat on act- 
ing as Governor, Const. '95, art. 4, § 
8. 
Residence, Const. '95, art. 4, § 21. 
Salary, Const. '95, art. 4, § 13; Code § 

3090. 
Senator, vacation of seat on acting as 

Governor, Const. '95, art. 4, § 8. 
Signing of bills. Const. '95, art. 4, § 23. 
State highway bond act, powers and 
duties under, §§ 5947, 5948, 5957, 5958, 
5962. 
Supreme executive. Const. '95, art. 4, § 
1. 

Suspension of sentence, § 3099. 



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GOVERNOR (Cont'd) 
Term of office, Const. '95, art. 4, § 2. 
United States senator, temporary ap- 
pointment. Const. U. S. amend. 17. 
Vacancies in offices of state institu- 
tions, Const. '95, art. 12, § 8. 
Vacancy. 
President of senate to act, when, § 

3086. 
Speaker of house to act, when, § 
3087. 
Veto, Const. '95, art. 4, § 23. 
"Warrant on treasury on representa- 
tion of attorney general, § 3122. 

GRADE CROSSINGS 

See Railroads. 
Elimination, §§ 8462-8472. 

GRADES 

See Weights and Measures. 

GRAIN 

Burning of grain staclcs in daytime, § 
1179. 
Nightime, § 1163. 

Burning, punishment, § 1134. 

Grinding, tolls allowed, § 6544. 

Larceny from field, § 1172. 

Standard weights and measures, § 6645. 

Tolls for grinding. 
Amount allowed, § 6544. 
Excessive tolls, penalty, § 6545. 

Warehouse receipt, title to grain desig- 
nated, § 7186. 

GRAND JURY 

See Jury and Jurors. 

GRANTS 

See Conveyances; Deeds; Public 
Lands. 
Certain validated, §§ 8681-8688. 
Religious, charitable, etc., § 9053. 

GRAPES 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

GRASS 

Burning. §§ 1208, 1208-1. 
Negligently firing, etc., § 1208. 

GRASS SEED 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

GRAVES 

Desecration, § 1266. 

GRAVEYARD 

See Cemeteries. 



GREENVILLE, CITY OF 

Abutting property, assessment for 

street improvements, Const. '95, art. 

10, § 14. 
Annexation. 

Election, § 7675-32. 
Board of health, § 5015. 
Bonded debt, constitutional limitations, 

inapplicable, § 7327; Const. '95, art. 8, 

§ 7. 
Building regulations, § 7675-31. 
Buildings, height, § 7496. 
Commission form of government, adop- 
tion, conditions, § 7625. 
Commissioners of public works, issu- 
ance of notes, § 7283. 
Corporate limits, extension of, Const. 

'95, art. 8, § 14. 
Elections. 

Extension of corporate limits, § 
7675-32. 
Fire limits, § 7675-31. 
Firemen, hours of labor, exempt, § 

7530. 
Limits, extension of. Const. '95, art. 8, 

§ 14. 
School district, § 5595-8. 

Bonded indebtedness, limitations in- 
applicable. Const. '95, art. 10, § 5. 
Sinking fund commission. 

Bond, S 7675-33(4). 

Composition, § 7675-33(1). 

Control and disposition of sinking 
funds, § 7675-33(8). 

Election, § 7675-33(2). 

Meetings, § 7675-33(4). 

Oath, § 7675-33(4). 

Office, § 7675-33(7). 

Organization, § 7675-33(4). 

Qualifications, § 7675-33(6). 

Records. § 7675-33(7). 

Removal, § 7675-33(4). 

Terms, § 7675-33(3). 

Vacancies, § 7675-33(5). 
Special board of assessors. 

Compensation, § 2738. 

Duties, § 2743. 
Street railways. 

Trackless trolley cars, § 5925-1. 
Surface treatment of improvement on 

streets and roadways, § 7675-34. 
Taxes, assessment upon abutting prop- 
erty, for local improvements, Const. 

'95, art. 10, § 14. 
Trackless trolley cars, § 5925-1. 
Wardens or aldermen, election inappli- 
cable, § 7238. 
Water supply, polluting, § 5056-11. 



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GREENVILLE COUNTY 

Agricultural board, § 5806-127. 

Terracing program, § 5806-128. 
Appeals. 

Board of charity appeals, § 4445. 
Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Appropriations. 

Claims in excess of, disposition, § 
4428. 

Diverting or exceeding of prohibited, 
§ 4426. 
Attorney, § 4441. 
Bills payable book. 

County supervisor to keep, § 4415. 

County treasurer to keep, § 4422. 
Board of charity appeals, § 4445. 
Bond book, county supervisor to keep, 

§ 4416. 
Bonds. 

Certain officers, § 4449. 

Section requiring payment serially 
inapplicable, § 7343. 
Borrowing money, § 4443. 
Boundaries, § 2998. 
Chattel mortgages on crops, recording 

inapplicable, § 3639-1(1). 
Childrens' court, §§ 255(19), 256. 

Judge, appointment, compensation 
and term, § 256. 

Jurisdiction, § 256. 
Circuit court, terms, § 63. 
Claims in excess of appropriation, dis- 
position of, § 4428. 
Classification of claims allowed book, 

county supervisor to keep, § 4414. 
Clerk of court. 

Fees and costs, § 4930. 

Salary, § 4405. 
Commissioners of health and drainage, 

county board of commissioners to 

act as, § 6156. 
Common pleas, terms, § 63. 
Commutation tax. 

Amount, § 4438. 

Failure to pay, § 4439. 
Constables, location and salaries, § 3769. 
Convicts, sentencing of, inapplicable, § 

1035. 
Coroner. 

Bond, §§ 3556, 4449. 
Costs, § 4405. 
County attorney, § 4441. 
County auditor. 

Annual settlement with county treas- 
urer, report, § 4432. 

Examination of books of county sup- 
ervisor and treasurer, § 4431. 

Fines and license book, § 4433. 

Receiving returns and assessing 
taxes, § 2702. 

Salary, § 4405. 



GREENVILLE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
County board of commissioners. 
Act as commissioners of health and 

drainage, § 6156. 
Advisory board, § 4442. 
Appointment, § 4442. 
Bonds, § 4442. 
Creation, § 4442. 
Meetings, § 4442. 
Personnel, § 4442. 
Powers, § 4442. 
Rules and regulations, § 4442. 
Salary, § 4442. 
School tax, § 4442. 
Term, § 4442. 
Vacancy, § 4442. 
County board of education, personnel, 

powers and duties, § 5316. 
County boards of equalization. 
Compensation, § 2741. 
Meetings, § 2747. 
County court. 
Appeals, § 128. 
Civil appeals from magistrate 

courts, § 119. 
Criminal appeals from inferior 
courts, § 120. 
Certain provisions as to inapplicable, 

§ 101. 
Clerk. 
Cost in civil cases, § 131. 
Records, § 131. 
Salary, § 4405. 
Cost in civil cases, § 131. 
Costs, § 138. 
Court crier, § 136. 
Court of record, § 121. 
Grand jury, § 125. 
Indictments, § 125. 
Judge. 
Appointment, § 134. 
Oath, § 134. 
Powers, §§ 127, 134. 
Practicing law, §134. 
Salary, § 134. 
Special Judge, §134. 
Term, § 134. 
Jurors. 

Pay of jurors, § 133. 
Jury. 
Attendance, § 130. 
Drawing and summoning, § 130. 
Jury commissioners, § 130. 
Jury trials, §126. 
Pleadings, form, § 124. 
Procedure, § 124. 
Saving clause, § 139. 
Sheriffs, § 132. 
Solicitor, § 135. 
Statutes applicable, § 123. 
Stenographer, § 137. 
Terms, § 129. 



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GREENVILLE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
County court (Cont'd) 
Transfer of causes, § 122. 
■Witnesses. 
Pay, § 133. 
County health officer. 
Appointment, § 5056-7. 
Duties, S 5056-7. 
Examination of children under 12, § 

5056-7. 
Installation of system of sanitary 

closets, § 5056-7. 
Salary, § 5056-7. 
Term, § 5056-7. 

Violation, penalties, § 5056-7(3). 
County home, § 4446. 
County jail, § 4446. 
County supervisor. 
Apportionment of appropriations, § 

4426. 
Authority, S 4409. 
Bills payable book, § 4415. 
Bond, §§ 4408, 4449. 
Bond book, § 4416. 
Books kept by. 

Entries to be in ink, § 4425. 
Inspection by county auditor, § 
4431. 
Classification of claims allowed book, 
§ 4413. 
Entries, § 4414. 
Clerk, § 4411. 

Duties devolved on, § 4412. 
Election, § 4407. 
File book of claims, § 4413. 
Loans, credit of county, §§ 3881-3883. 
Overseers, appointment, § 4434. 
Publication of statement of financial 

condition, § 4414. 
Quarterly statement of receipts, etc., 

§ 3826. 
Reports by county treasurer, §§ 

4421, 4440. 
Term, § 4407. 
■Warrants, contents, § 4427. 
County treasurer. 

Annual settlement with by county 

auditor, § 4432. 
Bills payable book, § 4422. 
Blank receipt forms, § 4424. 
Books kept by. 

Entries to be in ink, § 3325. 
Examination by county auditor, § 
4431. 
Daily cash receipts book, § 4417. 
Disbursements for county expenses 

book, duty to keep, § 4418. 
Disbursements of school funds book, 

§ 4419. 
Monthly cash book, § 4420. 
Payment of loans from state sink- 
ing fund commission, § 4430. 



GREENVILLE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
County treasurer (Cont'd) 
Publication of annual report at pub- 
lic expense prohibited, § 2781. 
Receipts, form, § 4424. 
Report, § 4423. 
Reports to county supervisor, §§ 

4421, 4440. 
Salary, § 4405. 

Sinking fund commission, member 
of, § 4406(3). 
Criminal investigator, § 4444. 
Dogs. 

Inoculation against rabies, § 3425. 
Drainage. 
County board of commissioners to 
act as commissioners of health and 
drainage, § 6156. 
Districts and improvements, inappli- 
cable, § 6096. 
Elections. 
Board of registration, members, com- 
pensation, § 2270. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 
Fees and costs, §§ 4405, 4930. 
Clerk of court, § 4925. 
Jail fee, § 4410. 

Register of mesne conveyances, § 
4930. 
Fires. 
Forest Fire Control Organization 

Act, § 4449-3. 
Permit to start fires between Octo- 
ber 15 and May 15, § 4449-4. 
Fish, oysters, etc., §§ 1789 to 1789-9. 
Forestry. 
Forest Fire Control Organization Act, 
§ 4449-3. 
Game and game laws, §§ 1789 to 

1789-9. 
Garbage, § 5056-8. 
General sessions, terms, § 63. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(24). 
Highways. 
Bonds under reimbursement agree- 
ments, § 5946. 
Division into sections, § 4434. 
Improved highways, § 4437. 
Overseers. 
Appointment, § 4434. 
Duties, § 4435. 
Service without compensation, § 

4436. 
Terms, § 4434. 
Permit necessary to remove portion 
of hard surfaced county road and 
lay pipe thereunder, § 4449-1. 
Placing dirt, trash, etc., on, inappli- 
cable, § 1659. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(24), 
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GREENVILLE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Investment of sinking funds, inappli- 
cable, § 3884. 
Jail fee, § 4410. 
Jurors, term of, § 625. 
Library district. 

Code provisions not affected, § 
5596. 

Contract with public library for serv- 
ices, § 5596. 

Contracts, § 5596. 

Elections, limitations, 5596. 

Establishment, § 5596. 

Tax. 
Election, § 5596. 
Levy, § 5596. 

Transfer of funds, § 5596. 

Trustees. 
Appointment, § 5596. 
Eligibility, § 5596. 
Powers and duties, § 5596. 
Terms. § 5596. 
Licenses. 

Suretyship, § 4447. 
Loans from state sinking fund com- 
mission, payment, § 4430. 
Magistrates. 

Election, § 3769. 

Jurisdiction, § 3769. 

Term, § 3769. 
Manufactories, tax exemption, § 

2861(1); Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Marriage license, fee of probate judge, 

§ 8558. 
Master, § 3678. 

Salary, § 4405. 
Mill dams, removal by commissioner 

of health and drainage, § 6156. 
Officers. 

Bonds, § 4449. 
Overseers. 

Appointment, § 4434. 

Duties, § 4435. 

Service without compensation, § 
4436. 

Term, § 4434. 
Parker school district No. 8A, § 5595-3. 
Past indebtedness claims, § 4428. 
Probate judge. 

Bond. §§ 3645, 4449. 

Marriage license fee, § 8558. 

Salary. § 4405. 
Quail, open season, § 1781. 
Referee, office abolished, § 3678. 
Register of mesne conveyances. 

Bond, §§ 3630, 4449. 

County auditor to act, § 3637. 

Deputy, § 3631. 

Election, time of, § 3628. 

Fees and costs, § 4930. 

Oath, § 3630. 



GREENVILLE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Register of mesne conveyances (Cont'd) 
Salary, § 4405. 
Term, § 3628. 
School district in city of Greenville, § 

5595-8. 
School districts. 
Area, § 5319. 

Excepted from constitutional limi- 
tation. Const. '95, art. 11, § 5. 
Borrowing money, § 5594. 
City of Greenville, § 5595-8. 
Laurel Creek school district No. 7-H, 

§ 5595-5. 
Parker school district, § 5595-7. 
Pelham school district, § 5595-6. 
West Gantt school district No. 6-B, 

§ 5595-5. 
Schools. 
Borrowing money for, §4443. 
Special taxes, § 5594-1. 
School trustees. 
District in city of Greenville, § 

5595-8. 
District No. 3-B, § 5595-2. 

Provisions inapplicable, § 5595. 
District 4-H, Ellen Woodside and 13- 

M, Jordan, § 5595. 
Each candidate to give notice of 

candidacy, § 5595-1. 
Election in certain districts, § 5595. 
Greenville city school district No. 17, 

provisions inapplicable, § 5595. 
Investigation of tax returns, § 2849-6. 
Parker school district No. 8-A, § 
5595-3. 

Provisions inapplicable, § 5595. 
Simpsonville school district No. 5-D, 

§ 5595-4. 
Terms of office in certain districts, § 
5595. 
Service officer, § 2970-23. 
Sewerage. 
Owners of certain property connect 

with sewer lines, § 5056-10. 
Sheriff. 
Bond, § 3479. 

Duties as to delinquent taxes de- 
volved on tax collector, § 2861-5. 
Salary, § 4405. 
Sinking fund commission. 
Appointment, § 4406(2). 
Bond of members, § 4449. 
Bond records, § 4406(5). 
Compensation of members, § 4406(7). 
Deposits in banks, § 4406(3). 
Fiscal agent, appointment of bank 

as, § 4406(6). 
Investments, § 4406(4). 
Organization, § 4406(3). 
Powers and duties, § 4406(4) (6). 
Rules and regulations, § 4406(3). 



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GREENVILLE COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Sinking fund, investment inapplicable 

to, § 3884(6). 
Soil conservation. 

Terracing land, § 5806-128. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(24), 

5934. 
Streams, running streams, obstructing, 

§ 1214. 
Superintendent of education. 
Bond, § 4449. 
Member county board of education, 

§ 5316. 
Report to county treasurer, § 4423. 
Suretyship. 

Licenses required, § 4447. 
Tax collector. 
Appointment, duties, etc., § 2861-5. 
Assistants, § 2861-5. 
Bond, § 2861-5. 
Powers and duties, § 2861-5. 
Removal, § 2861-5. 
Reports, § 2861-5. 
Salary, 2861-5. 
Seizure and sale, § 2861-5. 
Settlements, § 2861-5. 
Term, § 2861-5. 
Taxes. 
Appointment of boards of assessors, 

§ 2861-2. 
County board of equalization, § 
2861-3. 
Compensation, § 2741. 
Duties of boards of equalization, § 

2849-6. 
Employers to file list of employees, 

§ 2861-4. 
Exemptions, § 2861. 
Certain manufactories, § 2861(1); 
Const. '95, art. 8, § 8. 
Meetings, § 2747. 
Special taxes for school purposes, § 

5594-1. 
Tax districts, § 2861-1. 
Terracing program, § 5806-128. 
Tourist camp county board, § 4449-2. 
Townships. 
Dunklin, abolished, Const. '95, art. 7, 

§ 11. 

Oaklawn, abolished. Const. '95, art. 
7, § 11. 
Venereal clinic, § 5056-9. 
Veterans. 

Service officer, § 2970-23. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 
Warrants, contents, § 4427. 
Water courses, drainage, § 6156. 
Witnesses, fees, § 4964. 



GREENVILLE COUNTY COURT 

See Greenville County. 



GREENWOOD, CITY OF 

Aldermanic form of government, § 
7675-36. 

Bailey Military Institute, tax exempt- 
ion, § 2578(46). 

Budget, S 7675-36. 

City manager, S 7675-36. 

City policies, § 7675-36. 

Compensation of employees, § 7675-36. 

Constitution of South Carolina. 
Bonded indebtedness. Const. '95, art. 
8, § 7. 

Exemptions, § 7675-36. 

Reconstruction, repair and mainten- 
ance of certain grade separation 
structures, § 7675-35. 

GREENWOOD COUNTY 

Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052. 
Bailey Military Institute, exemption 

from taxes, § 2578(46). 
Bailiffs, § 3518. 
Bonds. 

County officers, § 4466. 

Sections relating to payment and re- 
tirement inapplicable, § 7344. 
Bonds and obligations, purchase and 

sale by finance board, § 4467(3). 
Boundaries, § 2999. 
Boxing commission. 

Appointment, § 7154. 

No appeal from decisions, § 7154. 
Buzzard Roost. 

Condemnation of property, § 4467-4. 
Carnivals, etc., prohibited, exceptions, 

§ 6334. 
Circuit court, terms, § 58. 
Clerk of court. 

Bond, §§ 3579, 4466. 

Forfeited land commission, member 
of, § 2862-2. 
Common pleas, terms, § 58. 
Commutation tax. 

Amount. § 4461. 

Collection, § 4462. 

Failure to pay, § 4463. 

Residents of cities and towns ex- 
empt, § 4464. 

Time of payment, § 4462. 
Condemnation. 

Hydro-electric project at Buzzard 
Roost, § 4467-4. 
Convict, release on payment of fine, 

penalty, § 1580. 
Cotton. 

Traffic in unpacked lint. 
Between sunset and sunrise pro- 
hibited, § 6394. 
Time for, § 6394. 
Without license prohibited, § 6394. 



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GREENWOOD COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Cotton weighers. 
Compensation, § 6427. 
Term, § 6402. 
County auditor. 
Bond, §§ 2698, 4466. 
Forfeited land commission, member 

of, § 2862-2. 
Salary, § 4467-3. 
County board of commissioners. 

Abolition and devolution of duties, § 

4453-1. 
Finance board, settlement of dis- 
agreements, § 4467(4). 
County court, provisions as to inappli- 
cable, § 101. 
County office supervisor, office abol- 
ished, § 4450. 
County road supervisor, office abol- 
ished, § 4450. 
County supervisor. 
Bond, §§ 3820, 4466. 
Borrowing money on credit of coun- 
ty, §§ 3881-3883. 
Clerk, § 4467-2. 

Co-operation with highway commis- 
sion, § 4460. 
Election, § 4451. 

Finance board, member of, § 4467(1). 
Forfeited land commission, member 

of, § 2862-2. 
Salary, § 4452. 
Term, §§ 4451, 4453. 
County treasurer. 
Bond, § 4466. 

Finance board, member of, § 4467(1). 
Forfeited land commission, member 

of, § 2862-2. 
Salary, § 4467-3. 
Deposit of public funds, § 2862-3. 
Dog tax, § 2624. 
Elections. 

School trustees, § 5598. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 
Electric power commission, § 4467-5. 
Engineer, employment of, § 4454. 
Fees. 

Collection and disposition, § 4467-3. 
Finance board. 
Claims against county, approval, § 

4467(2). 
Composition, § 4467(1). 
County obligations, purchase and 

sale. § 4467(3). 
Disagreements, settlement of, § 4467- 

(4). 
Duties, § 4467(1). 

Engineer, employment of, § 4454. 
Purchasing agent. 

Appointment and term, § 4467(5). 
Bond, § 4467(1). 
Duties, § 4467(5). 



GREENWOOD COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Finance board (Cont'd) 
Purchasing agent (Cont'd) 
Quarters, § 4467(5). 
Salary, § 4467(5). 
Secretary relieved of certain duties, 
§ 4467-1. 
Fines and penalties, payment to com- 
mitting magistrate, § 1580. 
Fish, oysters, etc., §§ 1790 to 1790-5. 
Forfeited land commission, § 2862-2. 
Personnel, § 2862-2. 
Powers and duties, § 2862-2. 
Sale and rentals, proceeds of, § 

2862-2. 
Secretary, compensation and duties, 
§ 2862-2. 
Game and game laws, §§ 1790 to 1790- 

5. 
General sessions, terms, § 58. 
Grand juries, foreman authorized to 
swear witnesses, inapplicable, § 977. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5926(25). 
Highway coinmission. 
Compensation, § 4459. 
Composition, § 4456. 
Duties, § 4457. 
Established, § 4455. 
Examination of books, etc., by grand 

jury, § 4460. 
Finance board, settlement of dis- 
agreements, § 4467(4). 
Locate or re-locate highways, § 4458. 
Meetings, § 4460. 
Permanent commission, § 4456. 
Permanent improvement of high- 
ways, § 4459. 
Personnel, § 4456. 
Powers, § 4457. 
Removal, § 4456. 
Report to grand jury, § 4460. 
Rules and regulations, § 4460. 
Selection of roads to be improved, § 

4459. 
Term, § 4456. 
Vacancies, § 4456. 
Highways. 

Location or re-location, § 4458. 
Permanent improvement, § 4459. 
Placing dirt, trash, etc., on, inappli- 
cable, § 1659. 
Rural mail routes declared public 

highways, § 4465. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(25), 
5934. 5936(24). 
Hydro-electric project. 

Condemnation of property, § 4467-4. 
Inquests, jury fees, and mileage, inap- 
plicable, § 1070. 
Investment of sinking fund, inappli- 
cable, § 3884. 



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GREENWOOD COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Magistrates. 

Election and jurisdiction, § 3768. 

Term, S 3768. 
Marriage license, fee of probate judge, 

§ 8558. 
Master. 

Appointment, etc., § 3678. 

Bond, SS 3679, 4466. 

Compensation, S 3702-3. 

Practice of law, § 3702-3. 

Office, established, § 3702-3. 

Term, § 3702-3. 
Office supervisor, office abolished, § 

4450. 
Power commission. 

Electric power commission, § 4467-5. 
Probate judge. 

Bond, amount, §§ 3645, 4466. 

Marriage license, fee, § 8558. 
Purchasing agent, § 4467(5). 

Relieved of certain duties, § 4467-1. 
Referee, office abolished, § 3678. 
Road supervisor, office abolished, § 

4450. 

Rural mail routes declared public 
highways, § 4465. 
Rural police. 

Appointment, § 3799. 

System established, § 3799. 
School districts. 

Ninety-six school district No. 13, § 
5598-1. 
Schools. 

Kindergarten schools, provisions in- 
applicable, § 5403. 

Textbooks, § 5597. 
School trustees. 

Election of, § 5598. 

Report on number of dogs, § 2625. 
Sheriff. 

Bond, §S 3479, 4466. 

Release of convict on payment of 
fine, § 1580. 

Rural police, recommendation to 
governor, § 3799. 

Salary, § 4467-3. 
Sinking fund, investment, inappli- 
cable, S 3884. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(25), 

5934. 
Streams. 

Duty of landowner to clean out, in- 
applicable, § 1217. 

Obstruction, inapplicable, § 1217. 
Superintendent of education, bond, § 

4466. 
Tax collector. 

Appointment, § 2862-1. 

Bond, S 2862-1. 

Collection, S 2862-1. 

Compensation, § 2862-1. 



GREENWOOD COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Tax collector (Cont'd) 
Deputy, § 2862-1. 
Disposition of receipts, § 2862-1. 
Executions, § 2862-1. 
Fees, § 2862-1. 
Information, S 2862-1. 
Liability, § 2862-1. 
Records, S 2862-1. 
Removal, § 2862-1. 
Reports, § 2862-1. 
Term, § 2862-1. 
Time for collection, § 2862-1. 
Vacancy, § 2862-1. 
Taxes. 

Dog tax, § 2624. 
Exemption of. 
Bailey Military Institute, § 

2578(46). 
Manufactories, § 2862(1); Const. 
'95, art. 8, § 8. 
Textbooks, § 5597. 
Townships. 
Bonds, excepted from constitutional 
limitations, Const. '95, art. 10, § 6. 
Cokesbury, abolished. Const. '95, art. 

7, § 11. 
Cooper, abolished, Const. '95, art. 7, 

§ 11. 
Ninety-Six, abolished. Const. '95, art. 
7, § 11. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 

GREER, CITY OF 

Street improvements, § 7675-37. 

GUARANTY COMPANIES 

See Investment Companies. 

GUARDIAN AD LITEM 

See Guardian and Ward. 

GUARDIAN AND WARD 

Absence for ten months, citation of, § 

8617. 
Absent guardian. 

Citation to account, failure, § 9016. 

Revocation of appointment, § 8618. 
Annual account, § 8613. 

Death of guardian, § 8616. 

Default, forfeiture of commissions, § 
8613. 

Removal beyond state, § 9015. 

Testamentary guardian, § 8637. 
Appointment. 

In actions by or against infant, §§ 
401, 402. 

Revocation, SS 8618, 9016. 
Banks authorized to act as guardian, § 

7838. 
Bonds. 

Extent of penalty, § 8612. 



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GUARDIAN AND WARD (Cont'd) 
Bonds (Cont'd) 
Federal farm loan bonds, investment 

in, § 9049. 
Premium chargeable against estate, 

§ 8959. 
Sureties. 
Proceedings against, § 8615. 
Relief of, § 8612. 
Citation, absent guardian, § 8617. 
Commissions, § 8621. 
Deceased guardian, § 8622. 
Forfeiture, failure to account, § 8613. 
Death of guardian. 
Accounts against, § 8616. 
Commissions allowed estate, § 8622. 
Determination of estate of infant, 
guardian holding over as trespasser, 
§ 875. 
Employer of minor, liability to guard- 
ian, § 8668. 
Federal farni loan bonds, investment 

in, § 9049. 
Guardians ad litem. 
Appeals to supreme court. Sup. Ct. 

rule 3. 
Appearance for insane person, § 

409-1. 
Appointment, Cir. Ct. rule 6. 

Appear for insane person, § 409-1. 
Bond, Cir. Ct. rule 42. 
Compromise, § 409-3. 
Consent to reference, § 652. 
Convicts, service of summons by 

publication, § 436. 
Duties in probate court, Prob. Ct. 

rule 4. 
Persons eligible, Prob. Ct. rule 3. 
Prisons and prisoners, § 409-2. 
Qualification, Cir. Ct. rule 6; Prob. 

Ct. rule 3. 
Settling actions brought to recover 
damages, § 409-3. 
Guardianship, change of when ward 

moves to another county, § 8619. 
Holding over of estate by guardian, 
damages recoverable by person en- 
titled to possession, § 876. 
Housing authorities. 
Investment in mortgages insured and 
debentures issued by administra- 
tor, § 7838-2. 
Illtreating of ward, § 1124. 
Infants. 
Actions by or against, appointment 

of guardian, §§ 401, 402. 
Authorization to borrow, procedure, 

§§ 8660-8667. 
Custody disposed of in will, § 8633. 
Guardian liable for costs, § 765. 
May choose guardian, when, § 222. 



GUARDIAN AND WARD (Cont'd) 
Infants (Cont'd) 
Parents joint natural guardians, § 

8638. 
Payment of money to without guard- 
ian, when, § 350. 
Proceedings by remaindermen, etc., 
to compel guardian to produce in- 
fant believed to be dead, § 863. 
Residence, change of, § 8618. 
Inventory, § 8614. 

Investment of funds, interest, § 9050. 
Investments authorized, § 9051. 
Bonds of federal home loan bank, § 

9051-2. 
Bonds of Home Owners' Loan Cor- 
poration, § 9051-1. 
Federal farm loan bonds, § 9049. 
Shares in federal savings and loan 

associations, § 9051-2. 
Shares in state building and loan 

associations. § 9051-2. 
State highway certificates of indebt- 
edness and notes, § 5967. 
Misrepresenting age of child to obtain 

employment, § 7031-2. 
Money, payment to minor, when, § 

350. 
Neglest of child, penalty, § 255(19). 
Parents as natural guardians of min- 
ors, § 8638. 
Partition, lands descending in co-par- 
cenary, etc., § 8620. 
Probate court. 
Appointment of guardian by minor, 

§ 222. 
Jurisdiction, §§ 208, 209. 
Permit sale and settle accounts of 

guardian, § 223. 
Proceedings relative to estate under 
guardianship, where held, § 214. 
Proceedings by remaindermen, etc., 
against guardian to compel produc- 
tion of person believed to be dead, §§ 
870-874. 
Public guardians. 
Annual report, § 8627. 
Appointment. 
Application, § 8624. 
Order of, § 8625. 
Change of when ward moves to an- 
other county, § 8619. 
Clerk of court to keep records, etc., 

§ 8630. 
Compensation, § 8626. 
Costs, §8631. 
Discharge, § 8629. 
Investments, § 8628. 
Liability on official bond, § 8623. 
New counties formed, procedure, § 

8632. 
Order of appointment, § 8625. 



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GUARDIAN AND WARD (Cont'd) 
Public guardians (Cont'd) 
Petition for, § 8623. 
Powers and liabilities, § 8626. 
Probate judge. 
Of new county, § 8632. 
To act as, § 8623. 
Record of proceedings, § 8630. 
Removal from county, § 8619. 
Report, annually, § 8627. 
Retirement or death of probate 
judge, § 8631. 
Public welfare. 
Representing certain recipients, § 
4996-26. 
Removal from state. 
Citation to account, §§ 8617, 9015. 
Failure, § 9016. 
Reports, annually, § 8614. 
Residence, change of, § 8619. 
Returns. 

Annually, § 8614. 
Testamentary guardian, § 8637. 
Right of guardian to money and prop- 
erty of ward, security, Cir. Ct. rule 
42. 
Temporary letters of guardianship, § 

8973. 
Testamentary guardian. 
Actions for and in behalf of children, 

§ 8635. 
Annual account, § 8637. 
Custody of minors disposed to, § 

8633. 
Return to probate judge, § 8637. 
Rights, § 8636. 
Trust companies, § 7838. 
Vaccination, duty of guardian, § 5041. 
Veterans, guardians for, §§ 8639-8658. 

GUEST 

Motor vehicles, § 5908. 

GUN 

See Weapons. 

HABEAS CORPUS 

See Appeals; Supreme Court. 
Appeal, § 1065. 
' Attorney general, notice to, § 1056. 
Benefit of, persons entitled to, § 1047. 
Bringing prisoner before court, § 1053. 

Time for, § 1054. 
Circuit judges, powers at chambers, 

Const. '95, art. 5, § 25. 
Circuit solicitor, notice to, § 1056. 
Common pleas, power to issue. Const. 

'95, art. 5, § 15. 
Direction of writ, § 1051. 
Discharge of prisoner, § 1055. 

Re-arrest prohibited, § 1059. 

Recognizance, § 1055. 



HABEAS CORPUS (Cont'd) 
Expenses, payment by county, § 1053. 
Felonies. 
Admission to bail, § 1048. 
Indictment at next term after com- 
mitment, § 1048. 
Magistrates without jurisdiction, § 
1060. 
Florence civil court, power of judge, § 

107. 
Governor may suspend, § 1066. 
Granting of. 
After adjournment, § 1058. 
During session of court, § 1057. 
In vacation, § 1049. 
In vacation time and out of term, § 

1050. 
Judge of common pleas, § 1060. 
Judge of general sessions, § 1060. 
Justice of supreme court, § 1060. 
Two magistrates, § 1060. 
Hearing, S 1055. 

Jurisdiction, supreme court, § 26. 
Magistrates, authority to grant, § 1060. 
Neglect to pray for, § 1049. 
Notice to attorney general or circuit 

solicitor, § 1055. 
Officers, penalty for neglect of duty, 

§ 1061. 
Orangeburg county court, power of 

judge, § 148. 
Persons entitled to benefit of, § 1047. 
Prisoner brought before court, § 1053. 

Time for, § 1054. 
Prisoner, removal, § 1063. 
Re-arrest prohibited, § 1059. 
Recognizance on discharge, § 1055. 
Removal of prisoner. 
From one prison to another, § 1063. 
Penalty for signing warrant, § 1064. 
Richland county court, power of judge, 

§ 170. 
Service of writ, § 1052. 
Sheriffs failure to execute, § 1066-1. 
Spartanburg county court, power of 

judge, § 189. 
Supreme court. 
Justices, issue, appeal, § 26. 
Justices, powers at chambers. Const. 
'95, art. 5, § 25. 
Power to issue. Const. '95, art. 5, § 4. 
Suspension, § 1066; Const. U. S. art. 1, 

§ 9; Const. '95, art. 1, § 23. 
Term of court, granting of during, § 

1057. 
Treason. 
Admission to bail, § 1048. 
Indictment at next term after com- 
mitment. S 1048. 
Writ. 
Certification and return, § 1055. 
Proceedings upon hearing, § 1055. 



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HABEAS CORPUS (Cont'd) 
Writ (Cont'd) 



Return, § 1053. 
Time for, § 1054. 
To whom directed. 



§ 1051. 



HAIR 

Standard bushel for plastering, § 6645. 

HAIRDRESSERS AND COSMETOLO- 
GISTS, §§ 5250-11 to 5250-26. 
Apprentices. 

Registered, § 5250-13. 
Appropriation. 

State malies no appropriation for en- 
forcement, § 5250-26. 
Board of cosmetic art examiners. 

Appointment, § 5250-15. 

Compensation, § 5250-16. 

Duties, § 5250-16. 

Examinations. 
Duties of applicants, § 5250-17. 

Non-residents, § 5250-18. 

Office, § 5250-16. 

Officers, § 5250-16. 

Qualifications, § 5250-15. 

Records, § 5250-25. 

Removal, § 5250-15. 

Reports, § 5250-16. 

Secretary, § 5250-16. 

Terms, § 5250-15. 
Certificate of registration, § 5250-23. 

Fees, § 5250-20. 
Certificate required, § 5250-11. 
Definitions, § 5250-12. 
Examiners. See within this title, 

"Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners." 
Exemptions, § 5250-21. 
Fees, § 5250-20. 
Inspection, § 5250-22. 
Non-residents, § 5250-18. 
Penalties, § 5250-24. 
Records, § 5250-25. 
Registration. 

Certificates of registration, § 5250-23. 

Certificates required, § 5250-11. 

Present practitioners, § 5250-19. 

Qualifications, § 5250-14. 
Registration of apprentices, § 5250-13. 
Sanitary management, § 5250-22. 
Schools, § 5250-22. 
Shops, § 5250-22. 
State board of cosmetic art examiners. 

See within this title, "Board of Cos- 
metic Art Examiners." 
Violation, § 5250-24. 

HAMPTON COUNTY 

Apportionment of representatives, § 
2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 

Audit of boolis of county officers, § 
4482. 



HAMPTON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Bonds. 

County supervisor, § 3820. 

Sections relating to payment and re- 
tirement inapplicable, § 7344. 
Boundaries, § 3000. 

Bridges, work not to be let out by con- 
tract, § 4472. 
Chaingang, sworn statement of ex- 
penditures for, § 4474. 
Circuit court, terms, § 64. 
Clerk of court, monthly statement of 

receipts and expenditures, § 4480. 
Common pleas, terms, § 64. 
Commutation tax, § 4486. 

Amount, § 4487. 

Collection, § 4488. 

Expenditure, § 4487. 

Failure to pay, § 4487. 

Person liable, § 4487. 

Record of persons paying, § 5864. 

Returns, § 4488. 
Coroner, election, time of, §§ 2350, 

3553. 
County auditor. 

Bond, § 2698. 
County board of commissioners. 

Clerk, § 4469. 

Monthly statement for grand jury, § 
4479. 
County commissioners. 

Bridge work not to be let out by con- 
tract, § 4472. 

Monthly estimate of cost of mainte- 
nance of convicts, paupers, etc., § 
4473. 

Physicians, employment, § 4471. 

Powers and duties, § 4468. 

Responsibility for extravagance or 
waste, § 4475. 

Salary, § 4470. 

Sworn statement of expenditures for 
chaingang, § 4474. 

Violations, removal, § 4476-1. 
County officers. 

Auditing of books of, § 4482. 

Scale of salary reduction, § 4489. 
County physician, employment, § 4471. 
County supervisor. 

Bond, § 3820. 

Borrowing money on credit of coun- 
ty, §§ 3881-3883. 

Powers and duties, § 4468. 

Reports, § 4477. 
Expense of publication, § 4478. 

Salary, § 4470. 

Statement of claim audited, publica- 
tion, inapplicable, § 3827. 

Term of, § 3818. 



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HAMPTON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
County treasurer. 

Bond, S 2769. 

Monthly statement of receipts and 
expenditures, S 4480. 
Deposit of public funds, § 2863-1. 
Dog tax, § 2625-1. 
Elections, voting precincts. § 2296. 
Fur tax, disposition of funds, § 1780-3. 
General sessions, terms, § 64. 
Grand juries. 

Foreman, authorized to swear wit- 
nesses, inapplicable, § 977. 

Statements filed with, § 4481. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, S 5926(26). 
Hawkers and peddlers. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-1. 
Highways. 

Legislative delegation to approve 
construction, § 4489-2. 

Method of working, § 5813. 

State highway system, §§ 5926(26), 
5934. 5936(25). 

Throwing sand on prohibited, § 4476. 

Width, § 5814. 

Work by contract or overseer plan, § 
4484. 
Bond, § 4485. 

Statement by overseer, § 4485. 
Hunting licenses, disposition of funds, 

§ 1780-3. 
Inquests, jury, fees and mileage, inap- 
plicable, § 1070. 
Legislative delegation, requiring audit 

of books of county officers, § 4482. 
Magistrates, § 3769-1. 
Manufactories, tax exemption, Const. 

"95, art. 8, § 8. 
Marriage license, fee of probate judge, 

disposition, § 8558. 
Office hours, § 4489-3. 
Officers. 

Scale of salary reductions, § 4489. 

Violations of duty, removal, § 4476-1. 
Penalties, § 4476-1. 
Poor house, farm, expenditure, sworn 

statement of, § 4474. 
Probate judge. 

Marriage license, fee, § 8558. 

Monthly statement of receipts and 
expenditures, § 4480. 
Road duty, persons liable, § 4486. 
Road tax, § 4483. 

Application of, § 4484. 
Salaries of county officers, scale of re- 
duction, § 4489. 
Sand, throwing on roads without mix- 
ing with clay prohibited, § 4476. 
School budget commission, § 5600-1. 



HAMPTON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
School districts. 
Cleland school district, § 5601-4. 
Furman school district No. 21, § 

5601-3. 
Hugging Oak school district No. 20, 

§ 5601-2. 
Payment for children sent to an- 
other district, § 5600. 
Special tax, reduction or discontin- 
uance, inapplicable, § 5332. 
Varnville consolidated high school, 
§ 5602. 
Schools. 
Bus drivers, salaries, § 5600. 
High school superintendents. 
Compensation, § 5600. 
Supervision of non-accredited 
schools, § 5600. 
Negro schools, salaries, terms, etc., § 

5600. 
Principals, compensation, § 5600. 
Teachers. 
Compensation, 
For eight months term, § 5600. 
For nine months term, § 5600. 
Teaching on Saturdays, § 5600. 
Transportation of pupils, § 5600-3. 
School trustees. 
Budgets, S 5600-1. 
District No. 10, § 5601. 
District No. 14. 
Election, § 5601-1. 
Terms, § 5601-1. 
District, election, § 5601-5. 
Hopewell district, § 5601-6. 
Varnville school district, § 5601-7. 
Yemassee school district No. 26, § 
5535-1. 
School warrants, § 5610-2. 
Sheriff. 
Election, time of, §§ 2350, 3473. 
Monthly statement of receipts and 
expenditures, § 4480. 
Sinking fund commission, § 4489-1. 
Special road tax, § 4483. 
Application of, § 4484. 
State highway system, §§ 5926(26), 

5934. 
Streams. 
Duty of landowner to clean out, in- 
applicable, § 1217. 
Obstruction, inapplicable, § 1217. 
Superintendent of education. 
Forms for budgets, § 5600-1. 
Monthly statement of receipts and 
expenditures, § 4480. 
Taxes. 
Collection by county treasurer, inap- 
plicable, § 2773. 
Exemption of manufactories, Const. 
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HAMPTON COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Taxes (Cont'd) 

School district assessors, duties, § 
2737. 

Special road tax, § 4483. 
Teachers, uniform contracts, § 5600. 
Township board of assessors. 

Compensation, § 2738. 

Composition, § 2737. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 
Yemassee school district No. 26, § 5535- 

1. 

HAND 

Loss of hand in accident, insurance de- 
fined, § 7882. 

HANDICAPPED AND UNFORTUNATE 
PERSONS, §§ 4996-50 to 4996-57. 
See Public Welfare. 

HARBORS 

See Pilots; Ports. 
Discharge of oil in harbors by vessels 

prohibited, § 1355. 
Oil. 

Discharge in county containing city 
of over 60,000, § 1356. 
Vacant lands in Charleston harbor 

vested in city, § 2250. 

HARTSVILLE, TOWN OF 

Bonded debt, constitutional limita- 
tions inapplicable. Const. '95, art. 8, 
§ 7. 

HATCH BILL FUND 

Vested in board of trustees of Clem- 
son Agricultural College, § 5739. 

HATS 

Rules and regulations. 
Carroting, Rule under § 5002, p. 169. 

HAWKERS AND PEDDLERS 

Abbeville county. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-1. 
Aiken county. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-1. 
Anderson county. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-1. 
Arrest when without license, § 7122. 
Articles exempt and not exempt, § 

7123. 
Beaufort county. 

Candy or similar products, § 7128-2. 
Camp meeting, § 1342. 
Candy. 

Candy or similar products in Beau- 
fort county, § 7128-2. 
Chester county. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-3. 



HAWKERS AND PEDDLERS (Cont'd) 
Clarendon county. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-4. 
Colleton county. 

Livestock, § 7128-5. 
Entry on private premises without 

permission, § 1326. 
Exemptions, § 7123. 
Fairfield county. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-1. 
Fees, licenses, § 7121. 
Florence county. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-6. 
Hampton county. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-1. 
Horry county. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-7. 
Kershaw county. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-4. 
Lancaster county. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-1. 
Lee county. 

Livestock, § 7128-8. 
Licenses. 

Fees, § 7121. 

Inspection by magistrate's, etc., § 
7122. 

Necessity of, § 7120. 

Nomadic traders and fortune tellers, 
§ 1328. 

Rolling stores, § 7121. 

Sale of medicine. 
Confederate Veterans exempt, § 

7125. 
Drugs, etc., § 7125. 

Sale without prohibited, § 1325. 

Soldiers and sailors exempt, § 7124. 

Term of, § 7121. 
Livestock. 

Colleton county, § 7128-5. 

Lee county, § 7128-8. 

Williamsburg county, § 7128-9. 
McCormick county. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-1. 
Marion county. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-7. 
Medicine, drugs, etc., license to sell, § 

7125. 
Newberry county. 

Mules and horses,' § 7128-1. 
Oconee county. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-7. 
Pickens county. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-1. 
Sumter county. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-1. 
Union county. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-1. 
Williamsburg county. 

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HAY 

Burning of haystacks in nighttime, 

punishment, § 1163. 
Burning, punishment, § 1134. 

HEALTH 

Sec the particular counties. 
Appropriations for, expenditures, § 

3204. 
Barbers and barbering, §§ 5250-31 to 

5250-54. 
See Barbers and Barbering. 
Bedding, §§ 5057-11 to 5057-11. 

See Bedding. 
Boards for incorporated cities and 

towns. 
Appointment, § 5015. 
Closing of schools, etc., in case of 

epidemic, § 5021. 
Communication with state board, § 

5023. 
Compensation of members, § 5015. 
Duty to aid municipality, § 5024. 
Establishment of hospitals, § 5017. 
Estimate of expenditures, § 5023. 
Fees, disposition. § 5016. 
Health officer, § 5016. 
Inapplicable to city of Charleston, § 

5023. 
Inspection. 

Courthouse, jails, etc., § 5020. 

Schools, etc., § 5021. 
Meetings, § 5022. 
Members. 

Bond, S 5016. 
Oath, § 5016. 

Salary, § 5016. 
Physicians, § 5018. 
Powers, § 5019. 
Removal or abatement of nuisances, 

etc., § 5025. 
Report to council, § 5023. 
Rules and regulations, §§ 5016-5021, 

5022, 5047-5049. 
Secretary, § 5016. 
Special provisions for certain cities, 

§ 5015. 
Term, § 5015. 
Vacancies, § 5015. 
Boards for unincorporated towns and 

villages. 
Appointment by state boards, § 

5029(1). 
Organization, § 5029(2). 
Penalties, § 5029(4), 
Powers and duties, § 5029(3). 
President, § 5059(2). 
Secretary, § 5059(2). 
Boards of health, establishment au- 
thorized. Const. '95, art. 8, § 10. 



HEALTH (Cont'd) 
Cancer. 
Promotion of prevention and cure, § 
5008. 
City health officers, § 5016. 
Contagious or infectious diseases, §§ 
5057-11 to 5057-22. 
See Bedding. 
Establishment of hospitals by munic- 
ipal boards, § 5017. 
Regulations by state board, § 5002. 
Reports by physician, § 5031. 
State board may name, § 5031. 
Transportation of dead bodies, § 
5046. 
Cosmetologists, §§ 5250-11 to 5250-26. 
See Hairdressers and Cosmetologists. 
County board of health. 
Cherokee county, § 5055-9. 
Dorchester county, § 5056-3. 
Florence county, § 5056-5. 
Spartanburg county, § 5057-3. 
County chaingang utilized to promote 

public health, S 3843. 
County health officer. 
Greenville county, §§ 5056-7, 5056- 

7(3). 
Spartanburg county, § 5057-3. 
Dead bodies, transportation, § 5046. 
Epidemic, investigation by state board, 

§§ 4998-5001. 
Garbage containers. 

Cities of 2,700 to 3,500. § 5052-1. 
Hairdressing, §§ 5250-11 to 5250-26. 

See Hairdressers and Cosmetologists. 
Health districts, division of state into, 

§ 5000. 
Health officers. 
Assisting state health officer, § 5011. 
Reports to state board, § 4998. 
Quarantine, § 5003. 
Hospitals. 

See Hospitals and Asylums. 
Hotels. 

See Hotels and Boarding Houses. 
Housing, §S 5271-1 to 5271-104. 

See Housing. 
Infants. 
Diseased eyes, report to board of 

health, S 5043. 
Instilling prophylactic in eyes of 
newborn baby, § 5043-1. 
Inspection. 
See Hotels and Boarding Houses; 
Restaurants. 
Local board. 
Cities and towns over 1,000, § 7442. 
Control by state board, § 5000. 
Duty to aid municipal authorities, § 

5024. 
Incorporated cities and towns, §§ 
5015-5021, 5022-5023, 5047-5049. 



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HEALTH (Cont'd) 
Local board (Cont'd) 
Members, removal by state board, § 

5006. 
Municipal corporations to maintain, 

§ 5027. 
Neglect of duty, § 5031. 

Violations, § 5028-1. 
Outside incorporated towns and 

cities, § 5030. 
Quarantine, duties, § 5027-1. 
Removal or abatement of nuisances, 

etc., § 5025. 
Report of marriages, births, and 

deaths, § 5026. 
Secretary, reports to state board, § 

5006. 
Supervision by state board, § 5006. 
Unincorporated towns and villages, 
§§ 5029(l)-5029(4). 
Milk and milk products, §§ 5129 to 
5129-15. 
See Milk and Milk Products. 
Municipal corporations. 
Boards in incorporated cities and 
towns, §§ 5015-5021, 5022-5023, 
5047-5049. 
Boards in unincorporated towns and 

villages, §§ 5029(l)-5029(4). 
Boards outside incorporated cities 

and towns, § 5030. 
Hotels, etc., regulation, § 7234. 
Vaccination. 
Duty of parent, guardian, etc., § 

5041. 
Ordinances, § 5037. 
Rules and regulations, § 5039. 
State board of health to have gen- 
eral supervision, § 5038. 
Visitations and investigation by state 
health officer, § 5013. 
Naturopathy, §§ 5231-19 to 5231-26. 

See Naturopathy. 
Nurses, §§ 5223 to 5230. 

See Nurses. 
Pharmacists. 

See Pharmacists. 
Physicians. 

See Physicians and Surgeons. 
Plumbing. 

See Plumbing and Plumbers. 
Privies, § 5050. 
Quarantine. 

See, also, Quarantine. 
Control by state board, § 5003. 
Duties of local boards, § 5027-1. 
Establishment by state board, §§ 

4998, 5003. 
Infectious diseases outside of incor- 
porated towns, § 5028. 
Live stock, co-operation with federal 
government, § 5005. 



HEALTH (Cont'd) 
Quarantine (Cont'd) 
Masters of vessels, neglecting or re- 
fusing to obey regulations, § 6726-2. 
Violations, §§ 6726-1 to 6726-6. 
Registration of vital statistics, § 5007. 
Restaurants. 

See Restaurants. 
Road houses, §§ 5123-1 to 5123-7. 

See Tourist Camps and Road Houses. 
Rules and regulations. 
Bus stations. Rule under § 5002, §§ 

1-21, pp. 110, 111. 
By state board, § 5002. 
Camp meetings. Rule under § 5002, 

§§1-4, p. 166. 
Canneries, Rule under § 5002, §§ 

1-33, pp. 132-134. 
Carroting, Rule under § 5002, p. 169. 
Communicable diseases, Rule under 

§ 5002, §§1-25, pp. 114-119. 
Midwives, Rule under § 5002, §§ 1-5, 

pp. 166, 167. 
Occupational diseases. Rule under § 

5002, §§ 1-25, pp. 114-119. 
Privies, Rule under § 5002, §§ 1-3, p. 

153. 
Railroads, Rule under § 5002, §§ 1-92, 

pp. 157-166. 
Restaurants, Rule under § 5002, §§ 

1-13, pp. 128-132. 
Septic tanks. Rule under § 5002, §§ 

1-17, pp. 169, 170. 
Sewers, Rule under § 5002. §§ 1-7, 

pp. 170, 171. 
Slaughter houses. Rule under § 5002, 

§§ 1-18, pp. 167, 168. 
Sterilization of bedding. Rule under 

§ 5002, §§ 1, 2, pp. 168, 169. 
Swimming pools. Rule under § 5002, 

§§ 1-25, pp. 154-157. 
Tourist camps, Rule under § 5002, §§ 

1-12, pp. 111-113. 
Venereal diseases, Rule under § 5002, 

§§ 1-10, pp. 120-122. 
Violations, § 5002-1. 
Vital statistics. Rule under § 5002, 

§§ 1-14, pp. 174-180. 
Water companies and waterworks, 

Rule under § 5002, §§ 1-14, pp. 

171-174. 
Sanitary inspectors. 
Appointment, § 5085. 
Duties and powers, § 5086. 
Expenses, § 5087. 
Schools. 
Closing during epidemic, § 5021. 
Inspection by board of health, § 5021. 
State board. 
Analysis of water supply, §§ 5047- 

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HEALTH (Cont'd) 
State board (Cont'd) 
Cancer. 

Promotion of prevention and cure, 
§ 5008. 
Composition, § 4997. 
Condemnation, power of, § 5002. 
County fairs. 

Educational exhibits for demon- 
strators provided, § 3248. 

Educational exhibits sent to, § 
3247. 
Expenditure of funds, § 3249. 
Epidemics, investigation, § 5001. 
Executive committee. 

Appointment, § 4999. 

Appointment of local boards, § 
5029(1). 

Chairman, § 5000. 

Composition, § 4999. 

Control over local boards, § 5000. 

Dentist as member, § 5222. 

Powers, § 4999. 

Removal of members, § 4999. 

Reports to, of marriages, births, 
and deaths, § 5026. 

Rules and regulations, § 5002. 
Violations, § 5002-1. 

Secretary, § 5000. 

State health officer to be secretary, 
§ 5014. 

Sub-boards of health, establish- 
ment, § 5000. 

Vacancies, § 4999. 
Food, drugs, etc. 

Lists of examined articles, § 5125. 

Rules and regulations, §§ 5124, 
5128. 
Inspection and control of shell fish 

beds, etc., §§ 3316-3318. 
Inspection of food, drugs, etc., § 5124. 
Inspections of state institutions, §§ 

4998, 5001. 
Local boards, supervision over, § 

5006. 
Members, appointment by governor, 

§ 3094. 
Offensive odors, abatement, § 5002. 
Privies, inspection of, § 5050. 
Quarantine. 

Establishment, § 4998. 

Supervision of, § 5003. 
Report to general assembly, § 4998. 
Restrictions and regulations on rail- 
ways, navigation companies, etc., 

§ 5012. 
Rights and duties in general, § 4998. 
Rules and regulations. 

Venereal disease, § 5044-4. 

Violations, §§ 5002-1, 5135. 
Sanitary closets in mill villages, § 

5051. 



HEALTH (Cont'd) 
State board (Cont'd) 
Secretary, state registrar of vital sta- 
tistics, § 5131. 
Sewerage systems of textile com- 
munities, survey of, § 5129-4. 
Vaccination, enforcement, S 5004. 
Vaccination in municipal corpora- 
tions. 
Rules and regulations, § 5039. 
Supervision of, § 5038. 
State health officer. 
Appointment, bond, etc., § 5010. 
Powers and duties, § 5011. 
Secretary and executive officer of 

state board, § 5011. 
Secretary of executive committee of 

state board, § 5014. 
Sheriffs, constables, etc., to assist, § 

5011. 
Term, § 5010. 

Visitation and investigation of mu- 
nicipalities, § 5013. 
State institutions. 
Sterilization of patients of certain 
institutions, § 5009. 
Sterilization, § 5009. 
Sub-boards of health, establishment, § 

5000. 
Tourist camps, §§ 5123-1 to 5123-7. 

See Tourist Camps and Road Houses. 
Tuberculosis. 
See Tuberculosis; Tuberculosis 
Camps. 
Vaccination. 

See Vaccination. 
Venereal diseases. 

See Venereal Diseases. 
Violations of rules of state board, § 

5002-1. 
Vital statistics, § 5130. 

Furnishing false information, § 5135. 
Local registrars. 
Appointment, § 5132. 
Compensation, § 5133. 
Preservation of official records, § 

5131. 
Record of data regarding births of 
certain citizens over age of 23, § 
3622-1. 
Registration districts, division of 

state into, § 5132. 
State registrar, § 5131. 
Certification of births and deaths, 
5133. 
Certified copies, § 5134. 
Fees, § 5134. 
System of registration, § 5007. 
Violation of rules or regulations, § 
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HEALTH (Cont'd) 
Water. 
Analysis by water companies, § 5047. 
Bacteriological examination, §§ 5047, 
5048. 
Watersheds, inspection of, § 5049. 

HEALTH AND DRAINAGE DIS- 
TRICTS 

See the particular counties, cities 
and towns. 

HEALTH INSURANCE 

See Insurance. 

HEALTH OFFICERS 

See Health. 

HEARINGS 

Electric light, heat and power com- 
panies, § 8555-5. 

Workmen's compensation. 
Before commission, § 7035-56. 
Disagreement between employer and 
employee, § 7035-61. 

HEAT COMPANIES 

See Electric Light, Heat and Power 
Companies. 

HEATH SPRINGS, TOWN OF 

Bonded indebtedness limitations in- 
applicable, Const. '95, art. 8, § 7; art. 
10, § 5. 

Cotton weigher, § 6431. 

HEIRS 

See Descent and distribution; Wills. 
Actions against. 

Creditors preferred, § 9033. 

For debts of ancestors, §§ 9029-9036. 

Judgment, § 9035. 

Plea of nothing by descent, § 9034. 
Alienating property, liability for debts 

of ancestor, § 9032. 
Citation to unknown heirs, § 9022. 

Proof of publication, § 9023. 

Publication, § 9022. 
Debts of ancestor, trusts made assets, 

§ 9045. 
Devise pursuant to marriage contract 

enforceable, § 9031. 
Liability to creditors, § 9029. 
Limitation of actions, may commence 

New action on death after reversal, 

§ 362. 
Mechanics' liens, enforcement against, 

§ 8763. 
Person unlawfully killing another not 

to inherit, § 874. 
Real property, proceedings by heirs to 

compel production of person be- 
lieved to be dead, §§ 870-874. 



HEIRS (Cont'd) 

Trust estate chargeable for ancestor's 
debts, § 9044. 

Trust, trustees own estate not charge- 
able for ancestor's debts, § 9945. 

HEMP SEED. 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

HICKORY GROVE, TOWN OF 

Board of assessors, § 2884-11. 

HICKORY NUTS 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

HIDES 

Game animals, transportation regu- 
lated, § 1784-1. 
License for buying, § 1784. 

HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICTS 

See Schools and School Districts, and 
the particular counties. 

HIGH SCHOOLS 

See Schools and School Districts. 
Diplomas, § 5415. 
Uniform diplomas, § 5415. 

HIGHWAY COMMISSIONS 

See Highways, aind the particular 
counties. 

HIGHWAYS 

See. also, the particular counties. 
Abutting property. 

See Abutting Propetry. 
Assessment. 

Beaufort county. Const. '95, art. 

10, § 13A. 
Florence county. Const. '95, art. 10, 
§ 20. 
Actions. 

Damages to highways, § 5925-3. 
Advisory committee, § 5925-15. 
Beautification of, § 1649. 
Belt lines. 

Commission to establish, construct 
and maintain, § 5925-7. 
Bidders on state highway work. Rule 
under § 5881 
Eligibility requirements, §5881. 
Bond. 
Bond act. 
See state highway bond act in this 
title. 
Bonds. 

See the particular counties. 

Bonded indebtedness state highway 

department and state highway 

commission incur or asstune, § 

5925-14. 

Chief highway commissioner, § 5868. 



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HIGHWAYS (Cont'd) 
Bonds (Cont'd) 

Reimbursement agreements. 
See within this title, "Reimburse- 
ment Agreements." 
Secretary, highway commission, § 

5869. 
Surety bonds of highway contrac- 
tors, § 5884. 
Bridges. 
Cooper River Bridge, § 5925-10. 
Crossing on right side, §1615. 
Harbor River and Johnson Creek on 

state highway 285, § 5925-11. 
Injury or destruction, § 1647. 
Repairs, § 5808. 
Width of, § 1615. 
Bus lines, §§ 8507-8525, 8527-8530. 
Canals across highways, requirements, 

§ 5853. 
Careless driving, penalty, § 1628. 
Certificates of indebtedness. 
See within this title, "Reimburse- 
ment Agreements." 
Chaingangs. 
Combining, § 5840. 
System of working not obligatory, 

§ 5833. 
Working roads, § 5839. 
Chief highway commissioner, § 5868. 
Clemson agricultural college, construc- 
tion and maintenance of highways, 
§ 5747. 
Commutation tax. 
See Commutation Tax, and the par- 
ticular counties. 
Condemnation. 
Damages, § 5924. 
Drainage ditches, § 5922. 
Municipalities, land within, § 5925. 
Procedure, § 5923. 
Property of public service corpora- 
tions, § 5921. 
Road material, § 5849. 
State highway commission, § 5924. 
Constitution of South Carolina, art. 2 
of amendments to Const. 
Road duty, art. 2 of amendments to 

Const. 
Special laws, art. 2 of amendments, 
to Const. 
Construction contracts, Rule under § 
5975. 
Letting, § 5872-1. 
Contracts. 
Construction contracts, Rule under § 

5975. 
Employment of state laborers and 

ex-service men, § 5882. 
General contracting, §§ 7084-1 to 
7084-7. 
See General Contracting. 



HIGHWAYS (Cont'd) 
Contracts (Cont'd) 
Letting of state highway construc- 
tion contracts, § 5872-1. 
Contract system of working not obli- 
gatory, § 5833. 
Convicts. 
Board permitting use of convicts up- 
on highways, § 1964. 
Employment on. Const. '95, art. 12, 
§ 6. 
Cooper River Bridge, § 5925-10. 
Counties. 

See the particular counties. 
Action against for injuries from de- 
fects, §§ 5856, 5857. 
Duties of county when highway 
constructed with federal funds, § 
5866-1. 
State department and county au- 
thorities close certain railroad 
crossings, § 5866-2. 
Tax to pay highway reimbursement 
obligations paid by highway de- 
partment, § 5925-12. 
Counties with city over 70,000. 

Development of highway, § 5053. 
County boards of commissioners and 
county supervisors to control and 
supervise, § 5812. 
County boards of commissioners, 
opening or changing location, § 
5813. 
County supervisors. 
File application to excavate in or 
across road not in highway sys- 
tem, § 5853-1. 
Crossings. 
Elimination of grade crossings, §§ 

8462-8472. 
Grade crossings, construction ac- 
cording to specification, § 8473. 
State department and county au- 
thorities close certain railroad 
crossings, § 5866-2. 
Cutting trenches, etc., across, § 1625. 
Cut-out on motor vihiclcs prohibited, 

§ 1627. 
Damages from defective highways. 
Actions against county, § 5856. 
Actions against state highway de- 
partment, § 5887. 
Damages to, by railroad or street rail- 
road, judgment lien, § 8376. 
Damaging of highway or appurten- 
ances, § 1644. 
Defective. 
Action against county for injuries, § 
5856. 
Death, survival of action, § 5858. 
Limit of recovery, § 5859. 
Tender before action, § 5857. 



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HIGHWAYS (Cont'd) 
Defective (Cont'd) 

Actions against state highway de- 
partment. 
Claim, filing of, § 5887(3). 
Commencement, time limit, § 5887- 

(3). 
Compromise or settlement, § 5887- 

(1). 
Death, survival of action, § 5887(4). 
Limit of recovery, § 5887(1). 
Negligence, allegation and proof, § 

5887(2). 
Negligence as a bar to recovery, § 

5887. 
Pending actions, section applicable 
to, § 5887(5). 
Claim, time limit for filing, § 5887. 
Districts. 
District highway commissioners, § 

5867-1. 
Highway districts, § 5867-1. 
Townships or tax districts to con- 
stitute, § 5809. 
Ditches. 
Damaging of. penalty, § 1644. 
Obstruction, §§ 1648, 1678. 
Ditches across highways, i-equire- 

ments, § 5853. 
Diversion, unlawful, § 5854. 
Division into sections, § 5834. 
Drainage. 
Cutting ditches or canals across high- 
ways, § 5853. 
Damaging of drains, § 1644. 
Obstructing drains, §§ 1648, 1678. 

By railroads, § 5831. 
Overseer to keep open, § 5813. 
Drainage canals, across state high- 
ways, § 5883. 
Drainage districts, cost of improve- 
ment, § 6120. 
Drainage ditches across, construction 

of bridge, § 6186. 
Drainage ditches, condemnation for, 
by state highway department, § 5922. 
Drivers' license. 

See Motor Vehicles. 
Drunkenness on, § 1394. 
Electric lines, construction near high- 
ways, § 8531. 
Eminent domain. 

See this title Condemnation. 
Equipment, junk, sales, § 5876. 
Excavation. 
File application to excavate in or 
across road not in highway system, 
§ 5853-1. 
Express highways, vehicles on have 

right-of-way, § 1616. 
Federal aid, § 5912. 

Federal aid secondary highways, § 
5873-1. 



HIGHWAYS (Cont'd) 
Federal funds. 
Duties of county when highway con- 
structed with federal funds, § 
5866-1. 
Federal highway act, acceptance of, § 

5911. 
Ferries, free ferries, § 5810. 
Finger boards, § 5823. 
Footpaths or bridges over streams, 

swamps, etc., § 5823. 
Gates. 
Allowing erection of, § 1642. 
Condition, § 1640. 
Destruction, § 1643. 
Erection. 
On private roads, § 5850. 
On public highways, application, § 
5851. 
Failure to comply with regulations, 

§ 1640. 
Hitching post, § 1640. 
Interfering with or destroying, § 

1641. 
Public highways, requirements as to 

construction, § 5852. 
Width required, § 1640. 
General contracting, §§ 7084-1 to 7084-7. 

See General Contracting. 
Glass, etc., placing on highways, §§ 

1663, 1664. 
Grade crossing. 
Construction according to specifica- 
tions, § 8473. 
Elimination, §§ 8462-8472. 
Guideboards, §§ 5824, 5925-9. 

Destruction, § 1612. 
Harbor River and Johnson Creek on 

state highway 285, § 5925-11. 
Hard surface. 
Reimbursement for towns of 2,500 
and less, § 5925-5. 
Hauling logs, etc., regulated, § 1665. 
Hauling timber, etc.. in certain coun- 
ties, §§ 1666-1672. 
Highway system. 
Additional roads not added unless 

authorized, § 5873. 
Commission to add 2,200 miles in 

1941 and 1942, § 5925-8. 
Construction of federal aid secondary 
highways, § 5873-1. 
Improper use of tools, penalty, § 1655. 
Indebtedness. 
See within this title, "Reimburse- 
ment Agreements." 
Injunction, damages to contractors, § 

5889. 
Injury. 
Recovery of damages to state high- 
way system, § 5925-3. 



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HIGHWAYS (Cont'd) 
Intersection. 
Removal of banks of dirt at inter- 
sections of state highways and 
public highways, § 5925-2. 
Intoxicating liquors. 

Advertisements, § 1855. 
Junk, sale by state highway depart- 
ment, § 5876. 
Letting contracts, § 5872-1. 
License to drive vehicles. 

See Motor Vehicles. 
Logs, barrels, etc., hauling of, § 1665. 
Mile posts, destruction, penalty, § 1611. 
Militia, right-of-way in streets, high- 
ways, etc., § 2930. 
Motor vehicle carriers, §§ 8507-8524. 
Motor vehicles. 

See Motor Vehicles. 
Municipal corporations. 
Construction and maintenance of 
highways within towns under 2,500, 
§ 5890-2. 
Construction, reconstruction and 
maintenance. 
Extending into and through, § 5891. 
Nails, etc., placing on highways, pen- 
alty, §§ 1663, 1664, 
Navigable waters to be public high- 
ways, §§ 5807, 6012; Const. '95, art. 1, 
§ 28; art. 14, § 1. 
Nonresidents, operation on deemed 
appointment of director of motor 
vehicles as agent to accept service, 
§ 437(1). 
Obligations. 

See within this title, "Reimburse- 
ment Agreements." 
Obstructions, §§ 1644, 1652. 
Corporations and their agents, liabil- 
ity, § 5830. 
Drainage, penalty, § 5831. 
Placing dirt, trash, etc., on, § 1659. 
Railroad cars, §§ 1674, 5829. 
Recovery of damages to state high- 
way system, § 5925-3. 
Removal. 
Banks of dirt at intersections of 
state highways and public high- 
ways, § 5925-2. 
By overseers, § 5828. 
Failure to assist, § 1604. 
Offenses in regard to state highways, 

§ 1625. 
Opening or changing. 
Condemnation, § 5813. 

Payment of damages, § 5814. 
Overseers. 
Account for tools, material, etc., § 

5821. 
Calling out road hands, § 5834, 
Duties, § 5813. 



HIGHWAYS (Cont'd) 
Overseers (Cont'd) 
Election, § 5835. 
Employment, § 5826. 
Executions on judgments, § 5822. 
Fraudulent certificates for work or 

money, § 1588. 
Interfering with, § 1678. 
Liability for improper use of tools, 

§ 5825. 
List of persons failing to perform 

road duty, § 5821. 
Manner of working roads, § 5813. 
Neglect of duty, § 1588. 
Property transferred to successor, § 

5822. 
Refusal to qualify and serve, § 5835. 
Removal of obstructions from high- 
ways, § 5828. 
Repair and maintenance of roads, § 

5813. 
Reports, § 5821. 
Vacancies, § 5835. 

Work on any but public roads un- 
lawful, § 5827. 
Parks. 
Department to construct and main- 
tain driveways in state parks, § 
5925-6. 
Patrol, §§ 6004, 6005. 
Paving contracts, emnloyment of resi- 
dents, § 5882. 
Penalties. 
Damaging roads, § 1644. 
Improper use of tools, § 1655. 
Injuring milepost, § 1611. 
Injury to shrubs, trees, etc., § 1649. 
Interfering with gates, § 1641. 
Neglect to work, § 1673. 
Obstructing roads, §§ 1652, 1674. 
Road duty, failure to perform, § 1687. 
Toll bridges, failure to furnish with 
lights, § 1605. 
Private crossings over railroads, pro- 
tection, § 5848. 
Public service corporations, condem- 
nation of property by state highway 
commission, § 5921. 
Railroad crossings, repair and main- 
tenance, §§ 8378-8386, 8433. 
Railroads. 
Altering course of highway. S 8432. 
Grade separation structures, §§ 8474- 

8478. 
Highways across, § 8434. 
Obstruction at crossing, § 8430. 
Obstruction of highways and streets, 

§ 1674. 
Raising or lowering highways, § 
8431. 
Reckless driving, penalty, § 1628. 



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HIGHWAYS (Cont'd) 

Reimbursement agreements. 
Bonds. 
Issued by counties, § 5937. 
Terms, § 5938. 
Bridges, interstate, § 6063. 
Certificates of indebtedness and re- 
imbursement obligations. 
Aggregate principal indebtedness 
of departinent limited, § 5925-13. 
Amount limited, § 5925-13. 
Construction program, § 5925-13. 
Duty of state .treasurer and com- 
mission, § 5925-13. 
Issuance. § 5925-13. 
Sales, § 5925-13. 
Use of funds, § 5925-13. 
Expenditures to prevent water from 

injuring highways, § 5875. 
Hard surface roads, § 5928. 
Incorporated road districts, §§ 5941- 

5943. 
Maximum specified less than con- 
struction cost, § 5939. 
Pledge of credit of county, § 5940. 
Pledge of funds, § 5939. 
State highway bond act, § 5970. 
Renumbering to conform with inter- 
state numbers, § 5925-16. 
Repairs, county boards of commission- 
ers to superintend, § 5808. 
Right-of-way. 
Condemnation, § 5813. 
Minimum width, § 5923(6). 
Papers. 
Certified copy as evidence, § 

5880(1). 
Filing at state highway depart- 
ment, § 5880(1). 
Payment for, § 5879. 
Right-of-way of organized militia, § 

2930. 
Rivers and other navigable waters. 

Const. '95, art. 14, § 1. 
Road duty. 

See, also, the particular counties. 
Age limits, § 5862. 
Assignment of road hands, § 5834. 
Chaingangs, § 5839. 
Chaingangs or contract optional, § 

5833. 
Cities over 1,000, § 7438. 

Refusal to perform, § 1656. 
Cities over 5,000, § 7468. 
Commutation tax in lieu of, § 58b6. 
Condemnation, § 5813. 
Contract or chaingang system not ob- 
ligatory, § 5833. 
Contract system, § 5836. 
Advertisement for bids, § 5836. 
Credit for labor performed, § 5837. 



HIGHWAYS (Cont'd) 
Road duty (Cont'd) 
Contract system (Cont'd) 
Duties of county supervisors or 

commissioners, § 5836. 
Procedure, § 5836. 
Division of highways into sections, 

§ 5834. 
Duty to perform, § 5819. 
Employment of overseers and labor- 
ers, § 5826. 
Exemptions, § 5861. 
Guards, employees, etc., of peni- 
tentiary, § 1979. 
Failure to perform, § 1687. 
Fines and forfeitures, disposition, § 

5821. 
Method of working roads, § 5813. 
Number of days, § 5862. 
Overseers, duties, §§ 5821, 5834. 
Persons liable, §§ 5838, 5862. 
Public roads only, § 5827. 
Removal of person from one county 

to another, § 5818. 
Residence, determination of, § 5820. 
Road hands. 
Division into squads or companies, 
§ 5834. 

Removal, § 5818. 
Special laws, art. 2 of amendments 

to Const. '95. 
Substitutes, § 5862. 
Age limit, § 5863. 
Ten hours a day's work, § 5862. 
Tools required, § 5834. 
Towns and villages, § 5855. 
Road funds, apportionment, § 5847. 
Road signs, purchase from peniten- 
tiary, § 5892. 
Road tax, apportionment and disburse- 
ment, violation, penalty, § 5847-1. 
Rules and regulations. 

General contractors. Rule under § 
7084-2. 
Rural electrification. 
South Carolina state rural electrifi- 
cation act, §§ 8555-31 to 8555-53. 
See Rural Electrification. 
Santee Cooper project. 

Powers of department, § 5925-4. 
Secondary highways. 

Construction, § 5873-1. 
Sentence to labor on. Const. '95, art. 5, 

§ 33. 
Shade trees, cutting or destroying, § 

1650. 
Shooting on or near, penalty, § 1394. 
Signs. 
Guide or travel signs near state high- 
ways, § 5925-9. 



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HIGHWAYS (Cont'd) 
Sixty-five million dollar bond act. 
See state highway bond act in this 
title. 
Soft surface, defined, § 5930. 
Smoke screen on motor vehicles, §§ 

1899-1903. 
South Carolina traffic advisory com- 
mittee, § 5925-15. 
Spot lights on motor vehicles, § 1627. 
Spurs. 
Commission to establish, construct 
and maintain, § 5925-7. 
State Highway Bond Act. 
Accident claims defined, § 5980. 
Audit of books and accounts, § 5977. 
Certificates of indebtedness. 
Contents, §§ 5963-5964. 
Exemption from taxation, § 5966. 
Form, § 5962. 
Proceeds of sale as special fund, 

§ 5968. 
Registration, § 5963. 
Sale, § 5965. 
Trust investments, § 5967. 
Construction. 

Authority of highway commission, 

§ 5974. 
In each judicial circuit, § 5971. 
Contracts, advertisement of letting, 

§ 5975. 
Definitions, g§ 5979, 5980. 
District unit plan of financing, § 5952. 
Bond by governor and state treas- 
urer, § 5958. 
Board of commissioners, §§ 5954- 

5956. 
Condition of indebtedness, § 5957. 
Highway districts created, § 5953. 
Limit of indebtedness, § 5973. 
Payment of principal and interest, 

§ 5960. 
Proceeds of sale, use of, § 5959. 
Request by highway commission, § 

5957. 
Taxing power of each district 
pledged, § 5961. 
Funds, use, § 5970. 
Gasoline tax, § 5969. 
Gasoline tax defined, § 5980. 
Highway defined, § 5979. 
Invalidity of part, § 5981. 
Penalty for attempting to influence 

commission, § 5978. 
Purchases, advertisement of making, 

§ 5975. 
Report of commission to legislature, 

§ 5976. 
Sinking fund, § 5972. 
State highway system defined, § 5979. 



HIGHWAYS (Cont'd) 
State Highway Bond Act (Cont'd) 
State unit of plan of financing. 
Borrowing by governor and state 

treasurer, § 5948. 
Limit of indebtedness, § 5947. 
Proceeds of sale, use of, § 5951. 
Request by highway commission, § 
5947. 
State highway commission. 
Additional roads not added unless 

authorized, § 5873. 
Attempting to influence action of, 

penalty, § 5978. 
Bidders, eligibility requirements, § 

5881. 
Bridges. 

Interstate, §§ 6062, 6063. 
Toll, §§ 6064, 6065. 
Chief highway commissioners. 
Appointment, § 5868. 
Lending road equipment to super- 
intendent of penitentiary, § 5910. 
Condemnation, §§ 5872, 5924. 
Land of public service corporation, 

§ 5921. 
Land within municipalities, § 5925. 
Construction of highway through 

towns, § 5890-1, 
Control of highways in cities less 

than 2,500, § 5890-1. 
Deposits for collection by banks, § 

7846. 
Disposal of worn equipment, § 5876. 
Election, § 5867-1. 
Elimination of grade crossings, §§ 

8462-8472. 
Federal aid, § 5912. 
Funds, expenditure, §§ 5929, 5951. 
Gasoline tax, §§ 2505-2520. 
Injunctions, damages to contractors, 

§ 5889. 
Judgment against for injury, etc., § 

5856. 
Member of on natural resources com- 
mission, § 3270. 
Motor vehicle carriers, §§ 8507-8524. 
Motor vehicles. 

See Motor Vehicles. 
Oaths, § 5870. 
Object and purpose, § 5872. 
Paving contractors, employment of 

residents, § 5882. 
Powers and duties, § 5872. 
Real estate. 
Authority to hold, § 5877. 
Authorized to acquire, § 5878. 
Conveyance of, S 5877. 
Reimbursement agreements with 

counties, §§ 2510, 5939. 
Renumbering highways to conform 
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HIGHWAYS (Cont'd) 
State highway commission (Cont'd) 
Report to general assembly, §§ 5872, 

5976. 
Rotation of office, § 5867-1. 
Secretary. 

Bond, § 5869. 

Records, § 5890. 
State highway bond act, powers and 

duties under, §§ 5947, 5951, 5964, 

5965, 5970, 5976. 
System of connected highways, § 

5872. 
Term, § 5867-1. 

Toll bridges, permits, §§ 6064, 6065. 
Vacancy, § 5867-1. 
State highway department. 
Actions against. 

Compromise or settlement, § 5887. 

Conditions, § 5887. 

For defective highway, § 5887. 
Aid to injured employees, § 5888. 
Compliance with federal highway act, 

§ 5911. 
Condemnation, §§ 5921-5925. 
Congaree river bridge, current for 

lights on, § 5912. 
Construction of federal aid secondary 

highways, § 5873-1. 
Creation, § 5867. 
Director of motor vehicle division. 

Service on nonresidents. 
Fee, § 437(1). 
Method, § 437(1). 
Records to be kept, § 437(2). 
Drainage districts, co-operation with, 

§ 5883. 
Driver's license, §§ 5982-5994, 5996- 

6010. 
Employees, injured in discharge of 

duty, § 5888. 
Establishment, § 5867. 

Expenditures to prevent water 

from injuring highways, § 5875. 

Federal aid for highways, §§ 5911, 

5912. 
Filing right-of-way papers, § 5880(1). 
Gasoline or motor fuel, purchase on 

competitive basis, § 5874. 
Gasoline tax. 

Portion alloted to, § 2507. 

Use of proceeds, § 2508. 
Grade crossings, construction ac- 
cording to specifications, § 8473. 
Inspect bridges, §§ 5913-5920. 
Not responsible for damages within 

limits of towns, § 5890-3. 
Patrol, §§ 6004, 6005. 
Paving contractors, employment of 

residents, § 5882. 
Plans, review of, by towns, § 5890-3. 



HIGHWAYS (Cont'd) 
State highway department (Cont'd) 
Plates and signs, purchase from pen- 
itentiary, § 5892. 
Powers and duties, §§ 5872, 5874- 

5890. 
Purchase of gasoline or motor fuel 

on competitive basis, § 5874. 
Railways, cooperation in grade sep- 
aration structures, §§ 8474-8478. 
Repair of ways through towns, § 

5890-1. 
Review of plans of municipalities, § 

5890-3. 
Rights-of-way, payment for, § 5879. 
Rules and regulations. 

As to nonresident operators of ve- 
hicles, § 5899. 
Sale of worn equipment, § 5876. 
Suretv bonds of contractors, §§ 5884- 

5886. 
Toll bridges, inspection and repair, §§ 

5913-5920. 
Towns, review of plans by, § 5890-3. 
Waterways, control of, § 5875. 
State highway engineer. 
Appointment, § 5869. 
Assessments, etc., coinpensation, § 

5871. 
Duties, § 5890. 
Oath, § 5870. 
Qualifications, § 5869. 
Salary, § 5870. 
Selection, manner of, § 5869. 
Supervising construction and repair 

of highways and bridges, § 5890. 
State highways. 

Actions for injuries on, § 5887. 
Belt lines, § 5927. 
Obstruction, § 1625. 
Operation of timber carts, etc., § 1625. 
Regulations, § 1625. 
State highway system. 
Additions to, §§ 5926, 5934. 
Belt lines, § 5927. 

See, also, the particular county. 
Construction. 

Simultaneously, § 5933. 

Use of automobile license tax and 
gasoline tax, § 5929. 
Construction by counties, § 5931. 
Defined, §§ 5927, 5979. 
Establishment, § 5926(1). 
Hard surface, defined, § 5930. 
Hard surface roads. 

Limitation, § 5927. 
Reimbursement of counties, § 5931. 
Limit of cost, § 5927. 
Maintenance, § 5926. 
Reimbursement to counties for hard 

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HIGHWAYS (Cont'd) 
State highway system (Cont'd) 

Removal of railroad crossings, § 5927. 

Roads to be hard surfaced eventually, 
§ 5932. 

Routes, § 5926. 

Soft surface roads, § 5931. 

Streets of municipalities, § 5890-1. 

Top soil, defined, § 5930. 
State hospital, consent to construction 

over grounds, S 6245. 
Surety bonds of contractors, §§ 5884- 

5886. 
Surveyors, interfering with, § 5813-1. 
Surveys, § 5813. 
System of highways, § 5872. 
Tacks, etc., placing on highways, pen- 
alty, §§ 1663, 1664. 
Taxes. 

Special tax for roads, § 5838. 

Tax to pay highway reimbursement 
obligations paid by highway de- 
partment, § 5925-12. 

Townships, § 5847. 
Telegraph and telephone wires, guards, 

§ 5831. 
Timber carts, restrictions, § 1625. 
Toll bridges, inspection and repair, §§ 

5913-5920. 
Toll roads. 

See Turnpike Roads, 
Tools, etc., county boards of commis- 
sioners may furnish, § 5825. 
Towns and villages, road duty, §§ 5855, 

5856. 
Towns. 

Property damages, responsibility for, 
§ 7383. 

Review of plans by, § 5890-3. 
Towns of 2,500 or less. 

Maintenance of highways on streets 
or roads, § 5890-1. 

Reimbursement for hard surface con- 
struction, § 5925-5. 
Township boards of commissioners, 

election of overseers, § 5835. 
Townships, special road tax, appor- 
tionment and expenditure, § 5847. 
Travel information, § 5925-9. 
Traveling outside road, § 1224. 
Traveling to be on right of center, § 

1614. 

Travel signs, § 5925-9. 

Trees, cutting or destroying, § 1650. 

Trees, shrubs, etc. 

Beautified sections, marking of, § 

1649(1). 
Injury or destruction, § 1649(2). 
Preservation, § 1649(3). 

Right to recover damages not af- 
fected, § 1649(4). 



HIGHWAYS (Cont'd) 
Troops. 

Movement of troops and military ve- 
hicles, § 5925-15. 
Truck lines, §§ 8507-8525, 8527-8530. 
Turnpike roads, failure to keep in 

condition, § 1608. 
Veterans. 

Employment of ex-service men in 
construction, § 5882. 
Water courses deemed highways, § 

6012, Const. '95, art. 14, § 1. 
Waterways, control of, § 5875. 
Widening or changing location, § 5813. 
Width of roads, § 5813. 
Working of. 

See this title. Road duty. 

HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

Apartments at state capitol, § 2235. 

Equipment of, § 2240. 
Appointment, § 2233. 
Appropriation, use, § 3209. 
Archives, records, etc., § 2235. 

Custody of, § 2238. 
Deposits of books, manuscripts, etc., by 

private parties, § 2239. 
Duties, § 2232. 
Location, § 2235. 
Meetings, § 2233. 
Objects and purposes, enumerated, § 

2234. 
Personnel, §§ 2231, 2233. 
Powers, § 2235. 

Report to general assembly, § 2233. 
Secretary, § 2236. 

Additional work not allowed, § 2241. 

Information as to service of confed- 
erate veteran, § 4984. 
Term, § 2233. 

Vacancies, § 2233. 

HISTORICAL PROPERTY 

Counties. 
Acceptance, § 3884-1. 

HOG CHOLERA 

Serum to be furnished by Clemson ag- 
ricultural college, § 5743. 

HOGS 

See Animals; Pork; Stock Laws. 
Estrays, SS 6270-6280. 

HOLIDAYS 

Arbor day, § 5387. 
Armistice day. § 7050. 
Banks, § 7054. 
Depositories, § 7054. 
Legal holiday. 
Charleston and Richland counties, § 
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HOLIDAYS (Cont'd) 
Legal holiday (Cont'd) 

Enumerated, § 7050. 

Falling on Sunday, § 7052-7053. 

Thursday of fair week, § 7051. 
Negotiable instruments. 

Time of payment, § 6836. 

When last day falls on, § 6945. 
Paper maturing on, § 6750. 
State colleges, § 5699. 

HOMEOPATHS 

Licenses, examinations, § 5162. 

HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORA- 
TION 

Building and loan and saving and loan 
associations. 
Selling shares to, § 7876-4. 

HOMESTEAD 

Amount, § 9085. 
Appraisers, fees, § 496 L 
Assignment, § 9085. 
Composition, Const. '95, art. 3, § 28. 
Conveyance, § 9089. 
Excessive sale, §§ 9087-9093. 
Exemptions. § 9085; Const. '95, art. 3, 
§ 28. 

Exceptions, § 9092. 

Maximum, § 9091. 

Personal property, § 9090. 

Widow and children, § 9088. 

Wife entitled to, § 9091. 
Improvements, not exempt from, § 

9092. 
Lien, § 9089. 
Mortgage, § 9089. 
Partition among children, § 9088. 
Penalties, violations by officers, § 9095. 
Personal property. 

Exemption, § 9090. 

Not exempt from obligations for, § 
9092. 

Sale when excessive, § 9093. 
Products, not exempt, § 9092. 
Setting apart to widow and children, 

§ 9088. 
Setting off. 

Appraisers, § 9085. 
Appointment, § 9085. 
Compensation, § 9096. 
Return, § 9085. 
Recording, § 9086. 

Clerk of court, compensation, § 9096. 

Excesses, sale, § 9087. 

Fees, § 9096. 

Magistrates, compensation, § 9096. 

Master, fees, § 9096. 

Sale when excessive, § 9093. 

Surveyors, § 9085. 
Compensation, § 9096. 



HOMESTEAD (Cont'd) 
Setting off (Cont'd) 

Waiver, § 9089. 

When no process lodged, procedure, 
§ 9094. 
Sheriffs, constables, etc., violations, 

penalties, §§ 1540, 9095. 
Taxes, not exempt from, § 9092. 
Waiver not to defeat, § 9089. 
Widow and children, setting apart to, 

§ 9088. 
Wife, entitled to, § 9091. 

HOMICIDE 

Advising or procuring abortion result- 
ing in death, § 1112. 
Inheritance, person unlawfully killing 

another, § 8874. 
Inquests, §§ 1086, 1089. 

Finding, § 1084. 
Involuntary manslaughter, punishment, 

§ 1107. 
Jurors, challenges to, § 1002. 
Lynching. 

See Lynching. 
Manslaughter. 

Chastising or correcting child, § 
1103. 

Defined, § 1107. 

Exclusive jurisdiction of general ses- 
sions, § 1008. 

Indictment, special count for carry- 
ing weapons, § 1008. 

Involuntary, punishment, § 1107. 

Preserving peace, § 1103. 

Punishment, § 1107. 
Misfortune, § 1103. 
Murder. 

Death penalty, § 1102. 

Definition, § 1101. 

Duel resulting in death, § 1106. 

Exclusive jurisdiction of general ses- 
sions, § 1008. 

Indictment. 
Special count for carrying weap- 
ons, § 1008. 
Sufficiency, § 1007. 

Obstructions on railroad, death re- 
suiting, §§ 1104, 1115. 

Poisoning, § 1105. 

Punishment, § 1102. 

Recommendation for mercy, § 1102. 

Stabbing, § 1103. 
Negligent management of steamboats, 

etc., § 1126. 
Person unlawfully killing another not 

to inherit, § 8874. 
Railroad employees, willful neglect, § 

1127. 
Self-defense, § 1103. 



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HOMICIDE (Cont'd) 
Venue. 
Injury beyond and death within lim- 
its of state, § 1018. 
Injury in one county and death in 

another, § 1020. 
Injury within and death beyond lim- 
its of state, § 1017. 
Parties in different counties, § 1019. 

HOMINY 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

HONEA PATH, TOWN OF 

Commissioners of public works abol- 
ished, § 7281. 

Cotton weigher, § 6169. 

Permanent improvement certificates, 
election unnecessary, § 7381. 

HONEY BEES 

See Bees. 

HONOR ROLL OF CONFEDERATE 
SOLDIERS AND SAILORS 

See Pensions. 

HORRY COUNTY 

Appointment of law enforcement offi- 
cers, S 3800. 
Apportionment of representatives, § 

2052; Const. '95, art. 3, § 3. 
Bond. 

Depositories of public funds, § 2864-5. 

Officers, amount, § 4502. 

School districts, § 5604-1. 

Sections relating to method of pay- 
ment and retirement inapplicable, 
S 7344. 
Boundaries, § 3001. 
Boxing commission. 

Appointment, § 7154. 

No appeal from decisions, § 7154. 
Carnivals, etc., prohibited, exceptions, 

§ 6333. 
Circuit court, terms, § 62. 
Clerical help and assistance, § 4494. 
Clerk of court. 

Bond, § 3579. 

Fees, § 4925. 
Excepted, § 4923. 
Commissioners of health and drainage, 

county board of commissioners to 

act as, § 6156. 
Common picas, terms, § 62. 
Commutation tax. 

Record of persons paying, § 5864. 
Constables. 

Appointment, § 3800. 

Worthless checks, fees, § 3718-1. 
Conway Hospital Inc., tax exemption, 

§ 2578(44). 



HORRY COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Cotton weighers, certain provisions in- 
applicable, S 6405. 
County auditor. 

Term, § 2698. 
County board of commissioners. 

Borrowing money, § 3881. 

Control of Socastee yacht basin and 
certain county lands, § 4495. 

Execution of county obligations, § 
4492. 

Powers and duties of clerk of court, 
devolved on, § 6096. 

Purchase of supplies, § 4499. 

Sanitary and drainage commission, § 
6146. 

To act as commissioners of health 
and drainage, § 6156. 
County court, provisions as to inappli- 
cable, § 101. 
County supervisor. 

Statement of claims audited, publica- 
tion, inapplicable, § 3827. 
County treasurer. 

Bond, S§ 2789, 4502. 

Compensation, § 3203. 

Term, § 2769. 
Deposit of public funds, § 2864-5. 
Depositories of public funds, bonds, § 

2864-5. 
Drainage, county board of commission- 
ers to act as commissioners of health 

and drainage, § 6156. 
Elections. 

Registration, books, opening, § 2272. 

Voting precincts, § 2296. 
Fees. 

Clerk of court, § 4925. 

Collection, § 4494. 

Magistrates and constables, worth- 
less checks, S 3718-1. 

Master, § 4941. 

Officers receiving salaries in lieu of 
fees, § 4494. 
Fisheries inspector, § 3316. 
Forestry. 

Forest fire control organization act, 
§ 4501. 
Game and game laws, § 1807-2. 
General sessions, terms, § 62. 
Hard surface roads, state highway sys- 
tem, § 5933-1(9). 
Hawkers and peddlers. 

Mules and horses, § 7128-7. 
High school districts, § 5604. 

Board of advisors, § 5604. 

Bonds, issuance of, § 5604-1. 

Limit of tax levy, § 5604. 

Transfer of pupils, S 5604. 



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HORRY COUNTY (Cont'd) 
Highways. 
Hauling timber over, regulated, § 

1668. 
Method of working, § 5813. 
Road overseers. 
Duties, § 4497. 

Prosecution of road duty delin- 
quents, § 4498. 
State highway system, §§ 5933-1(9), 
5934. 
Inland waterway from North Carolina 

line to Winyah bay, §§ 6037-6042. 
Inquests, jury, fees and mileage, inap- 
plicable, § 1070. 
Insurance. 

Motor vehicles operated for hire, § 
4502-1. 
Investment of sinking funds, inappli- 
cable, § 3884. 
Juries for municipalities, drawing, § 

7452(1). 
Landlord and tenant. 
Parol contracts for use of real es- 
tate for agricultural purposes, § 
8825-1. 
Law enforcement officers, § 3800. 
Magistrates, § 3770. 

Worthless checks, fees, § 3718-1. 
Marriage license, issuance, § 8558. 
Master. 
Acting as probate judge in case of 

vacancy, § 3702-5. 
Appointment, § 3702-5. 
Bond, §§ 3679, 3702-5, 4502. 
Fees, §§ 3702-5, 4941. 
Powers and duties, § 3702-5. 
Term, § 3702-5. 
Mill dams, removal by commissioner 

of health and drainage, § 6156. 
Motor vehicles. 

Motor vehicles operated for hire have 
liability insurance, § 4502-1. 
Placing road machinery or erecting 

buildings on, § 4496. 
Probate court, clerk, appointment and 

powers, § 206. 
Probate judge. 
Bond, § 3645. 

Vacancy, master to act, § 3702-5. 
Public funds, bonds, by depositories, § 

2864-5. 
Register of mesne conveyances. 
Conveyances or mortgages of per- 
sonalty to federal agencies, § 3638. 
Failure to perform, prosecution by 
road overseer, § 4498. 
Rural police, § 3800-1. 
Appointment, § 3800. 
Sanitary and drainage commission, du- 
ties devolved on county board of 
commissioners, § 6146. 



HORRY COUNTY (Cont'd) 
School districts. 

Hickory Hill school district No. 38, § 
5605-1. 

Special tax. 

Reduction or discontinuance inap- 
plicable, § 5332. 

Supervisor of grammar school, § 
5604-2. 
Schools. 

Contracts for transportation of chil- 
dren, § 5603-1. 

High school superintendents to su- 
pervise grammar schools, § 5604-2. 

Supervisor of grammar schools, § 
5604-2. 

Tax levy for school purposes, § 5603. 
School trustees. 

Election, § 5605. 

High school districts, § 5604. 
Sheriff, bond, §§ 3479, 4502. 
Sinking funds, investment, inapplica- 
ble, § 3884(6). 
State highway system, §§ 5933-1(9), 

5934. 
Streams. 

Duty of landowners to clean out, 
inapplicable, § 1217. 

Obstruction, inapplicable, § 1217. 
Superintendent of education, bond, §§ 

4502. 5301. 
Supplies, purchase by county board of 

commissioners, § 4499. 
Tax collector. 

Appointment, § 2864-4. 

Assistants, § 2864-4. 

Bond, § 2864-4. 

Costs, § 2864-4. 

Deputies, § 2864-4. 

Expenses, § 2864-4. 

Fees, § 2864-4. 

Office supplies, § 2864-4. 

Records, § 2864-4. 

Removal, § 2864-4. 

Reports, § 2864-4. 

Salary, § 2864-4. 

Sheriffs, § 2864-4. 

Term, § 2864-4. 
Taxes. 

Assessment and return, § 2864-1. 

Board of assessors, § 2864-2. 

County board of equalization, § 2864- 
3. 

Exemptions, § 2864. 
Conway Hospital Inc., § 2578(44). 

Levy for school purposes, § 5603. 

Tax collector, § 2864-4. 
Timber carts, use regulated, § 1668. 
Township board of assessors, appoint- 
ment, § 2737. 
Voting precincts, § 2296. 



Water courses, drainage, § 6156. 



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HORSE RACING 

Changing name of race horse, regula- 
tions, § 1336. 

Entry of horse under assumed name, § 
1335. 

Misrepresentation or concealment, pub- 
lic performance, § 1336. 

HORSERADISH 

Standard bushel, § 6645. 

HORSES 

See animals; Live Stock. 

Alteration of teeth, § 5806-44. 

Estrays, §§